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Bankastraat 47 2 1094EB Amsterdam

Asking price € 335.000 

Year of construction
Floor space
51 m²
Number of rooms


Atmospheric 2-room apartment of approximately 51 m² on freehold, located in the ‘Indische buurt’ of Amsterdam Oost. This house has a cozy living room with dining area, separate kitchen and spacious bedroom. A French balcony at the living room on the south and a balcony on the quiet courtyard at the rear. In short, a nice apartment on the second floor of a characteristic building in a wonderfully quiet street in a lively neighborhood with many nice shops and restaurants around the corner.

Via the stairwell to the second floor. Entrance with intercom. At the front is the living room, with a French balcony facing south. Furthermore, the living room has a very nice built-in bookcase and the space flows into a cozy and spacious dining area. From here access to the kitchen on the left, equipped with anthracite floor tiles, refrigerator, 4-burner gas stove, small model dishwasher and washing machine connection. The balcony is accessible via the kitchen, facing north, with a balcony cupboard with electricity connection. At the right rear is the bedroom, which has an industrial, open wardrobe. Next to the entrance is the bathroom with shower and toilet.

The Bankastraat is one of the nicest streets in Amsterdam Oost. A quiet street with characteristic facades, mostly from around 1902 from the neo-Renaissance, characteristic style with many colored bricks, façade band and arches, with a pleasant atmosphere by the green of the trees. The street is located between Timorplein, Mauritskade and Zeeburgerdijk and a few minutes' walk from Javastraat. Here you will find a mix of old and nice new stores, but still with the cozy old atmosphere. Shops for your daily groceries are all close by, as are nice restaurants and cafés in the neighborhood, such as Wilde Zwijnen or the Pompstation, the Badhuis, the Basquiat café and of course the Studio K cinema, the Oosterpark, museums and in less than 15 minutes you cycle to the city center.

The apartment is easily accessible by car from the A10 ring road via exit S113. There is a stop for tram line 14 at Zeeburgerdijk and you can cycle to Muiderpoort Station or Science Park Station in just a few minutes.

- Year of construction 1902;
- Freehold;
- Living area approximately 50.6 m² (NEN 2580 report available);
- 2 room apartment;
- Largely with oak parquet flooring;
- French balcony (front) facing south and large balcony (rear);
- Heating and hot water through central heating boiler (type Nefit, built in 2010);
- Wooden frames with plastic windows and double glazing;
- Energy label D;
- Small VvE (Association of Owners) in-house with the residents;
- Service costs amount to approximately € 71.80 per month;
- Delivery in consultation, can be fast.
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Floor space
51 m²


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