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Admiralengracht 211 1 1057EW Amsterdam

Asking price € 350.000 

Year of construction
Floor space
53 m²
Number of rooms


*** this property is listed by a MVA Certified Expat Broker ***

A beautiful view, plenty of light and an ideal layout! The apartment has 3 bedrooms and a balcony facing southwest where you can enjoy the sun all afternoon and evening!

The Admiralengracht is located between the Jan van Galenstraat and the Postjesweg. The Erasmuspark and Rembrandtpark are within walking distance of the house. The Mercatorplein was extensively renovated a few years ago and is a cosy and lively square. There is a wide variety of stores and restaurants around the Jan Evertsenstraat; you’ll also find a good nut seller, fishmonger, butcher and baker, but also many nice hip stores. From Café Frits, Buurman & Buurman, Zurich, Cook, Bar Baarsch or Radijs, there is no area with so many nice restaurants within walking distance! Of course you can also go shopping in the area and the Albert Heijn is just across the street.

The Rembrandt Park is the ideal place for recreation and relaxation. This city park has large lawns, ponds, bridges and beautiful works of art. There is also a pony stable, a petting zoo and school gardens in the park. The Erasmus Park with the cosy Terrasmus is within walking distance and the Vondelpark is less than 10 minutes by bike. For an evening of relaxation, you can also enjoy the evening sun at home, from your spacious balcony!

There are excellent public transport connections around the apartment. Several tram and bus connections stop around the corner. In addition, it is easily accessible by car; several highways, such as the A-10 motorway, are only a few minutes away by car. There is enough parking space in front of the door for a fee. Currently, the waiting time for obtaining a parking permit is about 3 months.

Using the common staircase you can access the apartment on the second floor. Through the hall you can access all rooms. The bright living room and small bedroom are located at the front and both with access to the balcony. The 2nd and 3rd bedroom and kitchen are located at the rear and both with access to the balcony. The kitchen is equipped with a kitchen unit and washing machine connection. The bathroom also has a walk-in shower and toilet.

- Possibility to moor a boat in front of the building
- Leasehold transfer requested
- Very good layout, also suitable for house sharing
- Well insulated house
- Spacious, bright living room with patio doors and fantastic views over the canal
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By mutual agreement


Type of house/apartment
Upper-floor apartment
Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
53 m²


Total number of rooms
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Admiralengracht 211 1 1057EW Amsterdam

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