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Amsteldijk 86 2 1074JB Amsterdam

Asking price € 685.000 

Year of construction
Floor space
96 m²
Number of rooms


Unique opportunity! Beautiful 4-room apartment (110 m), with 2 balconies, located on private ground and with unobstructed views over the Amstel River.

This stately upstairs apartment on the 2nd and partly 4th floor is spacious and strikingly light due to the high ceilings and the 3 large windows at the front. The building was constructed in 1940 and the apartment was thoroughly renovated in 2010 while retaining authentic details (including original stained glass). Wherever you sit in the living room you can enjoy the fantastic view over the Amstel. Overlooking deep, green gardens, the apartment offers you a lot of peace and privacy at the rear.

You reach the apartment via the well-maintained communal staircase with wide, easily walkable steps.

Second floor:
The living room with high ceilings (2.70 m) is located at the front of the apartment and has 3 charming windows where you can enjoy the morning sun and the great view of the Amstel. Through the spacious central hall you reach the modern kitchen at the rear. This is equipped with plenty of storage space and has a built-in gas stove, electric oven, microwave and refrigerator. There is also a connection for a dishwasher or washing machine. The left balcony, located on the west, is accessible through the kitchen. The 1st bedroom is adjacent to it. The 2nd bedroom, the master bedroom, offers access to another balcony, twice as large, which also faces west and where you can fully enjoy the (early) afternoon and evening sun. Optionally a 3rd bedroom can be realized. From the master bedroom or through the hall you enter the modern, spacious bathroom. It has a walk-in shower, 2 washbasins with a natural stone shelf and a wide mirror, and a towel radiator. There is a separate toilet with hand basin in the hall.

Fourth floor:
The spacious attic room with sink is a perfect place to use as a storage room or as an office.

Ownership situation
The house is located on PRIVATE GROUND, so no municipal leasehold!

Owners Association
There is an active Owners Association consisting of 4 members. The administration is carried out in-house and the service costs are 115,- per month. An up-to-date multi-year maintenance plan is available.

The house is located in the popular neighbourhood "De Pijp" in the South district, in a beautiful location on the Amstel. De Pijp is known for its variety of cafes, restaurants, trendy shops, concept stores and the cozy Sarphatipark. As soon as you walk out the door, you will find everything you need: for your (daily) shopping you can go to the Van Woustraat (including Genco, Marqt, Stadsmarkt and AH), Ferdinand Bolstraat, Albert Cuypmarkt and the Ceintuurbaan. In the summer months it is wonderful to relax in a boat or on the many terraces on the Amstel, but you can also walk or cycle straight out of the city towards Amstelpark, Ouderkerk and the lovely polder landscape.

The house is conveniently located. Via the Amsteldijk you can easily reach the A10 ring road. Excellent access to public transport: several bus, tram and metro links for a connection with the North-South Line, and close to the Train Station Amsterdam Amstel and Metro Station Wibautstraat. Parking through the parking permit system of the municipality of Amsterdam. For more information about a parking permit, please visit the website of the City of Amsterdam.

- Located at a unique location on the Amstel and in the bustling "De Pijp";
- Municipal monument;
- PRIVATE GROUND, so no leasehold;
- Year of construction 1940;
- Renovated in 2010, since then well maintained and ready to move into;
- Floor area 110 m (96 m living space + 14 m attic room) (NEN measurement report available);
- The attic room on the 4th floor is ideal for use as an office;
- A 3rd bedroom can be realized on the 2nd floor;
- 2 balconies at the rear facing west with panoramic views (afternoon / evening sun);
- Active Owners Association;
- Service costs 115,- per month;
- Windows largely fitted with double glazing (including the attic room);
- Ceiling insulation on the entire 2nd floor (isofloc);
- Easily accessible by car and public transport;
- Delivery in consultation.
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By mutual agreement


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

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
96 m²


Total number of rooms
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Amsteldijk 86 2 1074JB Amsterdam

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