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Amerbos 34 1025ZM Amsterdam

Asking price € 175.000 

Year of construction
Floor space
28 m²
Number of rooms


Neat, spacious and ready to live studio!
Move in, put your furniture down and live!

The buyer of this apartment will find that from the 3rd floor you have such a lovely green view that you will not want to leave the house. This cozy studio apartment is internally very neatly finished and here you do not have to do anything.
The complex is centrally located near the shopping center Boven't Y and public transport is within walking distance, in front of the door you can park your car unpaid.

First floor:
The central hall is closed and only accessible to residents, so it is very safe. Here you will also find the mailbox arrangement, doorbells, staircase and elevator.

Apartment: entrance, hall, several closets, bathroom with shower and toilet, living room with open kitchen (equipped with fridge, stove, microwave and washing machine) and a spacious balcony.

The Amerbos is a green residential area just steps away from the shopping center Boven 't Y. Also the center of Amsterdam is easily accessible by the good connections for bus and regional transport. The North-South line is within walking distance, this ensures that within 15 minutes you can be in Amsterdam South. The roads are also close, especially the A10, there you are within 3 minutes. If you are looking for peace and quiet then you are within 5 minutes by bike at rural Noord with many walking and recreational opportunities. Nice and central to everything!

- Built in 1966
- Living area approx 28 m2
- Ground lease canon 108,68 PER YEAR.
- Energy label E
- Balcony facing northeast
- Storage in the basement
- Very centrally located
- Nearby shopping center Boven 't Y
- Free parking in front of the door
- Service costs 138.10, - per month (including heating, hot water and building insurance)
- Delivery in consultation, but can quickly
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Entry date
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement


Type of house/apartment
Apartment building with external walkway
Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
28 m²


Total number of rooms
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MVA neighbourhood information: Buikslotermeer

Buikslotermeer is the central part of North-Amsterdam. The neighbourhood has almost 12.000 inhabitants and more than 5.500 houses. Loenermark, which is part of Buikslotermeer mainly consists of flats while the Kleine Rode Kruisbuurt mainly consists of condominiums.

Amerbos 34 1025ZM Amsterdam

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