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Alblasstraat 43 H 1079ZJ Amsterdam

Asking price € 400.000 

Year of construction
Floor space
56 m²
Number of rooms


This apartment of 56 m2 in Amsterdam’s district of Zuid features a creative layout, two good sized bedrooms and an east-facing garden!

Private entrance from the street, central hallway with access to all rooms in this apartment, a spacious under-stair storage cupboard and the meter cupboard. Decent bathroom with shower, toilet and wash basin. The first bedroom is next to the entrance, at the front of the apartment. At the rear – in what used to be the kitchen –, you will find the characterful second bedroom on the garden side, with access to the garden. The bright and airy open-plan kitchen at the rear forms the heart of this property and features French doors leading directly into the cosy garden. The traditional ‘ensuite’ living room with attractive built-in sliding doors is now being used as a living room at the front and a dining room on the garden side. The kitchen and bedroom both have access to the garden, which features a functional east-facing summerhouse bordering a well-maintained courtyard garden.

This apartment is located in the Rivierenbuurt neighbourhood, within walking distance of numerous shops, including in Rijnstraat and Maasstraat, a range of sports facilities, such as De Mirandabad pool and tennis courts, Martin Luther Kingpark (famous for its annual Parade festival), Amstelpark, Beatrixpark and the banks of the river Amstel. RAI and Amstel stations and the prestigious Zuidas business district are also in the immediate vicinity.

The apartment boasts excellent public transport links, with various tram stops within walking distance. By car, the A2 motorway in the direction of Utrecht and the A10 Ring Road connecting to the A1, A4 and A9 motorways can both be reached within just a few minutes. Key features of this part of the Rivierenbuurt include wide streets and plenty of parking.

- Living area approx. 56 m2
- Kitchen moved in 2016 to the garden side of the ‘ensuite’ room
- Built in 1935
- Rear, east-facing garden approx. 24 m2, with good summerhouse that can be used as a base for working from home or study
- Central heating boiler Intergas HRE 2009, recently serviced.
- Monthly service fee €90.80
- Homeowners’ association, professionally managed by VvE beheer
- Ground lease bought out until 31/01/2062
- Transfer subject to agreement
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Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement


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

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
56 m²


Total number of rooms
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