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Agamemnonstraat 12 1 1076LT Amsterdam

Year of construction
Floor space
52 m²
Number of rooms


Lovely bright 3-room apartment with balcony located on the West, on the first floor, in an attractive street in the popular Stadionbuurt in Amsterdam South. The apartment is well maintained, has several authentic details and a separate (attic)room on the third floor.

You reach the first floor through the communal staircase.

Entrance hall with separate toilet, spacious and very bright living room (with originally a side room) at the front. The two bedrooms are located in the rear, both of which have access to the balcony that faces west with
unobstructed views with French doors. The kitchen is located between the bedrooms and has a refrigerator, 4-burner gas hob, extractor, dishwasher and washing machine. The bathroom is located in the middle of the house and has a shower, sink and towel radiator. On the third floor is a practical (attic)room of 6m2.

The apartment is located in the atmospheric Agamemnonstraat! The popular street is within walking distance of the Stadionplein with the impressive 4-star Twenty Eight hotel and numerous cozy cafes / restaurants such as the well-known Vascobelo and the neighborhood cafe / restaurant Jack's Dish with a great sunny terrace.

Good shops, including greengrocer Leegwater, Marqt, Het Vlaamsch Broodhuys, Albert Heijn (normal and XL!), Fish shop, BLOEM! and STACH are within walking distance.

As well as on the nearby Marathonweg (KiebÍrt and restaurant Marathonweg) and on the Stadionweg (Bar Baut and LíArena). On the Stadionweg you can also find nice local shops such as a bookshop, pharmacy, bicycle repair shop, florist and the famous French bakery Le Fournil.

The Vondelpark, the Amsterdamse Bos, the cozy Beethovenstraat and the Zuidas are also in the vicinity.
The location in relation to public transport and Schiphol is excellent due to the proximity of both metro station Zuid and train station Amsterdam Zuid. Tram 5, 16 and 24 and various bus lines go to the center around the corner. By car you can quickly reach the Ring A10 via exit S108 and S109.

There are currently 2 parking permits (without waiting time) available in this area; of course, you must also check this yourself when you purchase via

Apartment of 52m2
(Attic)room of 6m2
Front additional windows, rear double glazing
Insulated floor
Balcony with unobstructed views facing West
V.v.E. of 3 members, service costs Ä 50 per month
Leasehold surrendered until 16-12-2054, AB 1994
Delivery in consultation, is possible soon
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Agamemnonstraat 12 1 1076LT Amsterdam

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