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Barbusselaan 201 1102TT Amsterdam

Year of construction
Floor space
53 m²
Number of rooms


Well located two-room apartment of approx. 53 m2 on the third floor with balcony on the front side in the Verserpolder West neighborhood. This former social rental home can be finished to your own taste.

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In a well-maintained complex in the Venserpolder district, you will find this practical 2-room apartment on the third floor. AFAS Live, the Arena and Pathé where many fun events take place are easily accessible and only a 6-minute bike ride away. The same applies to the Amsterdamse Poort with many large and small retail chains. The house is conveniently located for public transport and the roads, the metro and the bus, but also the highways A2, A9 and A10. Amsterdam CS can be reached within 15 minutes with metro line 54 and Duivendrecht station is within walking distance. With the car that you can park in front of the door, you are on the A1, A2, A9 and A10 in a few minutes.

Communal staircase, entrance on the third floor, hall with access to all rooms and the meter cupboard with central heating connection from 2015. Bathroom with shower, sink and washing machine connection. At the front a spacious bedroom with access to the balcony. Centrally located space for the kitchen with all necessary connections, this space has recently been plastered. Furthermore, a spacious living room which also gives access to the balcony. The house also has its own storage room of 5m2 in the basement.

- Lovely balcony at the front;
- Living area approx. 53m² (NEN report available);
- CV installation from 2015;
- Private storage room in the basement;
- Healthy and professionally managed VVE: contribution € 91.93 per month;
- Annual lease payments surrendered until January 31, 2035;
- Permanent project notary: Notariskantoor Spier & Hazenberg;
- Anti-speculation clause of 2 years applicable;
- Property is for sale exclusively with the aim of: self-occupation (or parents for children);
- Delivery can be fast.

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Entry date
sold conditionally
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement


Type of house/apartment
Apartment block with porches
Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
53 m²
External storage space
5 m²
171 m³


Total number of rooms
Number of bedrooms
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Barbusselaan 201 1102TT Amsterdam

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