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Aalsmeerplein 6 2 1059AS Amsterdam

Asking price € 415.000 

Year of construction
Floor space
61 m²
Number of rooms



A spacious apartment on the Aalsmeerplein with unobstructed views and an opportunity for a boat "next door".
The house has a living area of ??61 m, a balcony at the rear and a spacious attic room of 11 m2.
The apartment is located on the second floor and because of the greenery you almost get the feeling of living outside.
The apartment located on its own land!

The house is located in the popular Hoofddorppleinbuurt in Amsterdam South, within walking distance of numerous shops, restaurants and cafes. In addition, the Amstelveenseweg and Zeilstraat offer much more choice of shops and restaurants. The Vondelpark and the Rembrandtpark are nearby and in less than 10 minutes you can cycle to the Amsterdamse Bos and De Nieuwe Meer.

There are also good public transport connections. Train station Zuid WTC and Lelylaan are nearby, as are several tram, bus and metro lines, making Schiphol and Amsterdam Central quickly accessible. With your own transport you can easily reach the A4 and ring A10.

You enter through the spacious hall that gives access to all rooms. The living room with bay window at the front is wonderfully light and wide. The kitchen is at the rear; it is simple but neat and because of the removal of a wall in 2005, it is spacious enough to place a dining table. From the kitchen there is access to the balcony.
At the rear is a spacious bedroom, nice and quiet due to the inner garden to which the apartment is adjacent.
The bathroom contains the toilet and the connection for the washing machine.

As an extra, this house has an attic room of 11 m2. With a few minor changes, this is a wonderful home workplace!

Outdoor space:
This apartment has a nice balcony over the entire width of the apartment.

Living area:
The living area is 61 m (86 m2 GFA). This does not include the balcony and the attic room of 11 m2.
The property was measured on site by an external agency in accordance with NEN2580, this report is of course available for inspection.

Construction year:
The apartment is located in a building that was built in 1935.

Land ownership situation:
The house is located on OWN land.

Owners Association:
This is a large professionally managed association of owners who have things well organized. The available information is available through our office.
The monthly contribution is 101.49. Currently, the share in the reserve fund for this apartment is 5,616.09.
In 2004, the exterior of the apartment was sandblasted, HR glass was installed at the front and the bay window was renewed. HR glass was installed at the rear in 2020.

Accessibility and parking:
The house has an excellent location and accessibility. You can apply for a permit from the municipality of Amsterdam to park a car.
The municipality currently indicates a waiting period of 5 months (permit area South 2.3). There are also good public transport connections. Train station Zuid WTC and Lelylaan are nearby, as are several tram, bus and metro lines, making Schiphol and Amsterdam Central quickly accessible.

- Year of construction of the building 1935
- Equipped with double glazing
- Own ground
- Living area 61 m (gross 86 m2), excluding balcony and storage room
The measurement report and calculation are available for inspection
- Heating via its own central heating from 2015
- Energy label D.
- Service costs per month 101.49
- Delivery in consultation
We would like to invite you to schedule a viewing.

This house has its own website via
Here you will find everything beautifully mapped out with, among other things, the cadastral data, the list of cases, the measurement report, full screen photos as well as information about the neighborhood, a "street view" and the solar boundary.

The registration has been compiled with care; however, the information provided is indicative and no rights can be derived from it.
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Type of house/apartment
Upper-floor apartment
Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
61 m²


Total number of rooms
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MVA neighbourhood information: Hoofddorppleinbuurt

The Hoofddorppleinbuurt consists of three neighbourhoods: The Hoofddorppleinbuurt lies west of city part South and is parted of the other areas by the Schinkel. The area has been built during the 20e century as part of Plan-West. The Hoofddorpplein forms the central traffic-point, many hospitality and shops can mainly be found within this part of the neighbourhood. Several things have changed in the last couple of years in this neighbourhood, let houses were renovated into condominiums and this attracted a lot of new people which had a positive impact on the neighbourhood.

Aalsmeerplein 6 2 1059AS Amsterdam

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