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Baarsjesweg 166 hs 1057HN Amsterdam

Asking price € 275.000 

Year of construction
Floor space
46 m²
Number of rooms


Beautiful 3-room apartment located on the water, right in the heart of the Baarsjes!

Hip living in Amsterdam is possible in this neighborhood. The Baarsjesweg is located on the Kostverlorengracht, from where you can also reach the entire city by boat. The neighborhood has many young residents. The house is well located in relation to many amenities, within walking distance you will find the supermarket and by bike you can easily reach the center of Amsterdam. In addition, the nearest exit road in the vicinity is only a 3-minute drive away.

Ground floor:
You enter the living room from which there is access to the closed kitchen and bathroom. The bathroom has a shower, toilet and sink. From the kitchen there is access to the bedroom and a small outdoor space behind the apartment.

Underneath the apartment is a spacious basement of 22 m2.

However, the layout of the apartment can be easily adapted and improved, so that the space can be used even better.

For a further impression of the layout, see the enclosed floor plans.

Property situation:
The house is located on land, which is formally owned by the municipality of Amsterdam. The ground rent (the annual rent for this land) is 311.42 and can be revised for the first time on 31-05-2049. The ground lease is continuous and the 1994 ground lease provisions apply (5-year indexation). For more information, visit the website of the municipality of Amsterdam.

- Year of construction 1925
- Living area: 51 m2 and a basement of 22 m2
- 2 bedrooms
- Located on the Kostverlorengracht, unobstructed view
- Service costs 102.19 per month
- Project notary
- Delivery in consultation, can be done immediately

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Floor space
46 m²


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