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Amstelkade 186 2 1078BB Amsterdam

Year of construction
Floor space
88 m²
Number of rooms


Amstelkade 186-2, 1078 BB in Amsterdam

You will find this light and charming apartment of approximately 88 m on the bend of the Amstelkade. The residence is part of a stately and well-maintained apartment building in a unique location between Amsterdam Oud-Zuid and the Rivierenbuurt. From the front there is a view out over the Amstelkade and the Apollo hotel among others and at the rear there is a balcony across the entire width of the residence that looks out over the interior gardens.

The view is unique as the apartment is on the part of the Amstelkade where the Boerenwetering, the Amstelkanaal, the Zuider and Noorder Amstelkanaal cross each other. The large windows also make this property light and sunny. The residence is well maintained and has authentic details such as pictures frames. The windows at the front of the apartment are double-glazed and at the rear, they are single-glazed.

The apartment is very easy to reach on public transport and via the various arterial roads. Not only the shopping streets (Scheldestraat, Beethovenstraat, Ferdinand Bolstraat and Van Baerlestraat) as well as various museums (Van Gogh, Stedelijk and Rijksmuseum), but also the Concertgebouw and various restaurants/cafs in de Pijp, the Rivierenbuurt and Oud Zuid, as well as the Beatrixpark are all within walking or cycling distance of the apartment. This part of Oud Zuid/Rivierenbuurt is characterised by the spacious and green layout as well as the architecture of the Amsterdam School. The neighbourhood has outstanding primary and secondary schools and in addition to these there are a lot of excellent childcare facilities in the neighbourhood. As the apartment is next to the water, there is a two-storey car park and there is (almost) always space to park in front of the door.

Second floor:
Entrance. Central hall offering access to all the rooms. Separate toilet. A room at the front of the building with a large window. The light living room (en suite) is adjacent with immediate access through an open doorway. There are awnings on both sides and on the balcony. A wood burning stove and stained glass doors decorate the living room. The dining room with open kitchen offers access to the balcony through the French windows. The balcony looks out over the verdant interior garden. There is also a fireplace in the dining room. The kitchen is fitted with a Boretti 6-ring gas hob and oven and a small dishwasher. There are black and white tiles in the country style kitchen. You will find a spacious bedroom at the rear of the building. The bathroom is equipped with a bath/shower and a sink unit. There is no lack of storage space, with practical built-in cupboards throughout the apartment. The floor in the rest of the apartment is laminate flooring.

Fourth floor:
The staircase in the hallway provides access to the storage and an extra room on the fourth floor (gross floor area 22m2). The room is very light due to the many windows. You will also find the washing machine connections and central heating boiler (HR 2008). There is also a further staircase up to the shared roof terrace. This sunny roof terrace is shared by the second and third floors (50/50). There is also water and power on the roof terrace.

The river to which Amsterdam owes its name and existence. (Source: Stadsatlas Amsterdam).

- Apartment right, 88 m, attic room 22m2 (Nen 2580 measurement report available)
- Roof terrace with a total of 64m2 / shared with the 3rd floor. (50/50 ownership)
- Local authority ground lease: purchased until 28-02-2053
- Active Association of Owners, consisting of 4 members
- Monthly service costs: 100
- Partially double-glazed (entire front of the building)
- Central heating boiler HR 2008 (intergas)
- The external paint work was done in 2018
- 22m2 of storage in the attic
- Balcony at the rear of the building
- Parking under the parking permit system
- Completion April 1st 2020

We have gathered this information with the greatest of possible care. However, we will not accept any liability for any incompleteness, inaccuracy or any other matter nor for the consequences of such. All measurements and surfaces stated are indicative. The purchaser has a duty to investigate any matter that may be of importance to him or her. The estate agent is the adviser to the seller with regard to this residence. We advise you to engage an expert (NVM registered) estate agent who will guide you through the purchasing process. Should you have any specific desires with regard to the residence, we advise you to make these known as soon as possible to your purchasing estate agent and have an independent investigation carried out into such matters. If you do not engage an expert, you will be deemed as considering yourself to be sufficiently expert to be able to oversee all matters that could be important. The NVM terms and conditions are applicable.
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Floor space
88 m²


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MVA neighbourhood information: Scheldebuurt

The Scheldebuurt is a neighbourhood within the Rieverenbuurt. The neighbourhood lies between the offices from the Zuidas and the shores of the Amstel. The neighbourhood is attractive because of its quiet and the pleasant public spaces. A famous complex within this neighbourhood is the Congres Center the Rai, which lies at the edge of this area. The Scheldestraat is the most well known street is this neighbourhood and also the thoroughfare which leads people from the centre to the Europaplaza. Despite the heavy traffic this area is known as a very pleasant neighbourhood. The Amstelkade until the Churchillaan is intended for the smaller middle class while the Europaplein area is more intended as space for more wealthy people.

Amstelkade 186 2 1078BB Amsterdam

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