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Albert Luthulistraat 24 B 1091NV Amsterdam

Asking price € 385.000 

Year of construction
Floor space
54 m²
Number of rooms


Charming and bright 3-room apartment of 54 m2 in the popular Transvaalbuurt in Amsterdam East. Located on the second floor and with a nice balcony of 3 m2.

Amsterdam East is bustling, the location of this apartment is great! You can enjoy the sunny terraces on the Weesperzijde, drink cocktails on the roof terrace of the Volkshotel or stroll on the Wibautstraat. Delicious food at one of the many restaurants on the Beukenplein or do your own shopping at the Dappermarkt.

Runners or green enthusiasts can choose between the Oosterpark or Park Frankendael (the culinary “Pure Market” takes place here every last Sunday of the month).
And otherwise you can easily reach the Amstel for a walk along the water or a nice glass on one of the many terraces.
You can go shopping in one of the many local shops or at the Albert Heijn around the corner, the aforementioned Dappermarkt or in the Oostpoort shopping center. In short, everything is within reach from this location.

The building from 1924 is part of a unique and leading complex building by the Netherlands' most famous architect J. Gratama en Versteeg. The complex is a fascinating example of the Amsterdam School style, with many appealing architectural details and consists of four floors.

Common entrance with staircase. Own entrance on the second floor.

Entrance, hall with separate toilet. At the front of the house is a spacious and bright living room with large windows overlooking the Albert Luthulistraat. An ideal space has been created in the living room for a study / workplace. The practically arranged kitchen can be reached from the living room and is equipped with a beautiful natural stone worktop and a built-in dishwasher. The balcony on the northwest is located at the rear of the house. The bedroom is also at the rear and has a view over the back gardens of the neighbors below. The bedroom also has access to the balcony and is equipped with a spacious walk-in closet. You can easily bring this space back to a second room. The bathroom is centrally located in the hall and has a shower and a washbasin.

Looking for a wonderfully bright apartment in a bustling neighborhood? Then make an appointment quickly!

The button [3D View] on our website gives access to a virtual tour in 3D.
The virtual tour gives you the opportunity to discover the house in a realistic way. It is as if you are actually in the house.

Within 10 minutes by bike you are in the center of Amsterdam, but you are almost as quickly out of the city for a nice bike ride along the Amstel.

The Ring A10 can be reached within a few minutes via the Wibautstraat. Tram, bus and train station Amstel, Science Park and Muiderpoort are within walking distance.

- Living area of 54 m2
- 1 bedroom with walk-in closet, option 2nd bedroom
- Balcony of 3m2 (northwest)
- Living room with study / workplace
- Energy label D
- Contribution VvE € 151 per month
- Professionally managed VvE
- Annual lease payments surrendered to 2062
- Delivery in consultation
- Buyer's choice of notary, according to Ring model Amsterdam.

This project information has been compiled with the greatest care. However, no liability is accepted for any incompleteness, inaccuracies or otherwise, or the consequences thereof.
All specified sizes and surfaces are indicative. The buyer has his own duty to investigate all matters that are important to him or her. The real estate agent acts as an advisor to the seller with regard to this property. The NVM conditions apply.

*** This property is listed by a MVA Certified Expat Broker. ***
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Type of house/apartment
Upper-floor apartment
Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction

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Floor space
54 m²


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MVA neighbourhood information: Transvaalbuurt

The Transvaalbuurt lies between the Transvaalkade, The Wibautstraat, The railroad Amsterdam, Muiderpoort and the Linnaeusstraat. There are few green facilities, but there are several initiatives from the inhibitants to create some more social gardens. Most buildings in this area are styled by the Amsterdam School, with special details. This neighbourhood is one of the areas which needed to be renewed and that is what happened. The extra effort made sure that the quality of living in this area is increased.

Albert Luthulistraat 24 B 1091NV Amsterdam

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