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Akbarstraat 8 B 1061DZ Amsterdam

Asking price € 350.000 

Year of construction
Floor space
59 m²
Number of rooms


Well finished and bright 3-room apartment of almost 60 m on the 2nd floor with leasehold bought off until 16-12-2054. The apartment has 1 bedroom with the option to create a second bedroom. 2 sunny balconies, a cozy living room, a luxurious living kitchen and a private storage room on the ground floor.

The New Akbar of which this apartment is a part was built in 1952 and completely renovated both internally and externally in 2006. It has become a leading apartment complex where only high-quality materials were used during the renovation and has a beautifully landscaped and well-maintained courtyard. Upgraded again in 2018 through including new stucco, wooden floor & all paintwork, truly "turn key".

The apartment is conveniently located in the popular Bos en Lommer in Amsterdam West. This trendy neighborhood is very popular and this results in many hip shops and hotspots such as Samen, Buurman & Buurman, Het Wilde Westen, Podium Mosaic, Fuku, Local Hero and Abbey. The Bos en Lommerplein with various shops and the market is a few minutes' walk away, as are all amenities for daily needs (various supermarkets, drugstores, etc.). Within walking distance are the Wester, Erasmus and Rembrandtpark, but also, for example, the Ten Katemarkt, De Hallen and the Jordaan. The Bos en Lommerweg will be redesigned in 2020 into an attractive city street where you can enjoy living and shopping.

Public transport is great: the tram, metro and bus stop at the end of the street. And the direct location on the ring makes it easy to get in and out of the Randstad. And unique in Amsterdam: there is no waiting list for a parking permit and there is almost always a place in the street.

You reach the apartment via the spacious communal staircase, located on the 2nd floor. Entrance; spacious hall with access to the toilet with fountain; from the hall access to the modern bathroom with walk-in shower, bath, sink, washing machine and dryer connection. The spacious bedroom is located on the front adjacent to the balcony facing west. The bright and spacious sunny living room is also easy to divide to create a second bedroom. The luxurious kitchen with built-in appliances is located at the rear, both with access to the deep east-facing balcony. The apartment has a private storage room with electricity on the ground floor.

Association of owners (V.v.E.):
There is an active and financially healthy V.v.E. and the members are supported by a professional manager. The monthly service costs are currently approximately 124,52. This includes the home insurance and the reservation for the maintenance.

Ownership situation:
The house is located on the grounds of the municipality of Amsterdam and the ground lease can be paid in advance until 16-12-2054. The lease is continuous and the general lease terms of 2000 apply. The offer for favorable redemption of the perpetual leasehold canon was requested in 2019.

- Living area of 58,7 m NEN2580 measured, measurement report available;
- The house has a storage room on the ground floor of 2,8 m NEN2580 measured;
- Built in 1952;
- Energy label C;
- Option for a 2nd bedroom at the front;
- The house has two balconies that are located on the west (afternoon - evening sun) and a nice deep balcony on the east with morning sun;
- 2nd floor;
- Very bright all day long;
- Well insulated thanks to double glazing;
- There is a beautiful wooden floor in the house;
- No waiting list for a parking permit and car-free dead end street;
- Entire complex renovated in 2006;
- Heating and hot water via Intergas Kompakt HR 2009 central heating boiler;
- Closed beautiful and well maintained communal courtyard;
- Delivery in consultation.
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Year of construction

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Floor space
59 m²


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MVA neighbourhood information: De Kolenkit

The Kolenkitbuurt can be split up into three parts: The southern part between the Erasmusgracht and the Bos en Lommerweg, the middle part between the Bos en Lommerweg and the Wiltzanghlaan and the northern part of the Wiltzanglaan. The houses within the Kolenkitbuurt were built during the 1950s. The last ten years many things have changed within the neighbourhood. Together with housing corporations several new buildings have been established and several buildings have been renovated.

Akbarstraat 8 B 1061DZ Amsterdam

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