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Boterdiepstraat 57 - I 1079SV Amsterdam

Asking price € 375.000 

Year of construction
Floor space
56 m²
Number of rooms



This fine 1930s residence complete with bay window is situated on the first floor of the property at Boterdiepstraat 57 and has a spacious living / dining room in an L-shape, an open kitchen with access to the balcony, a spacious bedroom and a further two storage rooms on the attic/third floor, one of which would be ideal to convert into a guest bedroom.

The house is built on leasehold land with annual ground rent of € 1,237.88 and 1 annual indexation. There is a possibility to buy out long-term lease in perpetuity on favourable terms.

The association of owners consists of 3 members and is professionally managed. The monthly service costs amount to € 136.01 and there is an annual meeting.

The communal staircase takes you to the first floor where there is space for a cloakroom and where the meter cupboard is also located. You enter into the middle of the apartment and the hallway offers access to all of the rooms.

The L-shaped living room lies at the front of the building and has a cosy bay window with a side room that could act as the dining room. There is an open fireplace in the corner of the living room.

The open kitchen, with its warm terracotta tiled floor is situated at the rear of the apartment and is light and spacious as well as offering access to the east-facing balcony which means you can breakfast gloriously in the morning sun. The kitchen is also equipped with all kinds of built-in appliances such as a 4-ring gas stove with oven and extractor hood, as well as built-in fridge with a three-drawer freezer below it. The central heating boiler, neatly concealed in a cupboard, is also in the kitchen (Bosch VRC).

The bathroom is situated between the living room and the kitchen and is fitted with a bath (with shower), a sink unit, toilet and a corner into which the washing machine will fit perfectly.

The bedroom, which has floor covering, is situated at the rear of the apartment and is also light and spacious and has French windows that offer access to the balcony.

The communal staircase will take you to the third floor where there are a further two storage rooms. One of these would be ideal as a guest bedroom and the other is currently being used as a wardrobe room.

The Boterdiepstraat is located in the desirable Rivierenbuurt. There are welcoming restaurants and lovely shops in the immediate vicinity (including those on the Rijnstraat and Maasstraat). The Martin Luther Kingpark is within walking distance and the centre of Amsterdam is easily reached quickly. Favourably located with regard to public transport from Amsterdam Amstel and Amsterdam RAI stations. The residence is also very favourably located in relation to the arterial roads, with the S110 access road taking you to the A-10 ring road and the A-2 within a few minutes.

There is paid parking on the street (from 9 a.m. until midnight) except on Sundays as well as parking under the parking permit system. According to information from the Amsterdam City Council’s website there is a waiting list for parking permits (waiting list information as of October 2019 parking permit area Zuid 4.2 – Rivierenbuurt Zuid).

- Upper residence with balcony and 2 storage rooms;
- Located on leasehold ground, annual ground rent € 1,237.88;
- 1 annual indexation;
- Possibility to buy out long-term lease in perpetuity on favourable terms;
- Association of owners has 3 members, professionally managed;
- Monthly service costs € 136.01;
- East-facing balcony;
- Completion in consultation.
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Floor space
56 m²


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