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Ben Brilstraat 4 1061MH Amsterdam

Asking price € 825.000 

Year of construction
Floor space
176 m²
Number of rooms


Unique, very well-arranged single-family house of no less than 176m2 spread over 4 floors with 6 bedrooms, shared patio, private parking, a spacious roof terrace and 12 solar panels on the roof on a car-free street in a convenient location in the popular Bos en Lommer, near the center of Amsterdam.
A really quiet street where you can still sit in front of the door at your own picnic table, which many neighbors also do when the weather is nice.

The house is perfect for a family with children or people who work from home a lot and receive regular guests. The ground floor can be rented out separately as a B&B apartment (currently licensed and with bathroom and kitchenette), but is also ideal as a practice/workspace or for older children.

This family home is located in the complex 'De Stip', completed in 2013, in the Laan van Spartaan district, a very child-friendly neighborhood. The complex has an enclosed courtyard, directly accessible from the patio at the rear of the house, and below is the private covered parking garage.

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- Spacious and lovely family home with private parking;
- 6 bedrooms including an independent apartment on the BG (currently with B&B permit;
- Located on a car-free street in an attractive, super child-friendly neighborhood;
- Many options to sit outside; in front of the door, in the cozy (communal) courtyard or on the private roof terrace with lots of privacy;
- Private access to the communal courtyard via the patio at the rear;
- Year of construction 2013, fully insulated and energy label A;
- 12 own solar panels on the roof (supply 4,000 kWh annually);
- Living area 176 m, (measurement report available);
- Second living/playroom/workspace on the top floor;
- Active and healthy VvE, contribution 108,- p/m (including PP);
- Recently completely painted inside;
- Delivery in consultation, possible from January 1st.

Laan van Spartaan is located in the Amsterdam West district (Bos en Lommer) and is a new residential area with an ideal location, close to the center. Around the house there are many nice sports facilities such as playgrounds, fitness facilities, football fields, tennis courts, basketball courts, a sports hall and a newly built free-run park. Hip new catering establishments are also regularly added. You don't have to look far for recreation either, the house is located between the Gerbrandy Park and the Erasmus Park (great running), near the Rembrandt Park. The Sloterpark and the Sloterplas with city beach, marina and swimming pool are also within walking and/or cycling distance.

Of course, the neighborhood is equipped with various bus lines so that public transport can be used easily and effectively. Stations Lelylaan and Sloterdijk are also nearby with various transport options such as the tram (7, 13), train and metro (50.51). The ring road A-10 can be reached within 1 minute.

Ground floor:
You enter through the parking garage or through the front door on the street side. The house has an electronic door opener with access code. You can sit in front of the house, which many neighbors do. There are no cars so very safe for the children. On the ground floor is a work / bedroom / practice at home with private bathroom and kitchenette and can therefore function completely separately from the rest of the house. There is also a large storage room.

First floor:
Wonderfully bright living floor with the living room at the front and the modern open kitchen with a playful cooking island at the rear. The communal courtyard is also accessible from here. The children often go from here to the large roof garden above the parking garage, where there are various playing equipments.

Second floor:
Here no fewer than three bedrooms and a modern bathroom with a bath, walk-in shower, double washbasin and the second toilet. Separately, a handy storage cupboard and a cupboard with space for the washing machine & dryer have been realized.

Third floor:
On this last floor, two spacious bedrooms and a second living/playing room with kitchenette, an ideal floor for older children. Finally, the West facing roof terrace of 16m2 can be reached from this room, a wonderful place in the afternoon/evening sun with lots of privacy.

VvE & Leasehold
The house is located on municipal leasehold land, the ground rent has been bought off until 2060.

The sales information has been compiled with great care, but we cannot guarantee the correctness of the content and therefore no rights can be derived from it. The content is purely informative and should not be considered an offer. Where content, surfaces or dimensions are mentioned, these should be regarded as indicative and as approximate dimensions. As a buyer, you must conduct your own research into matters that are important to you. We recommend that you engage your own NVM broker in this regard.
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Type of house/apartment
Single-family home
Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction

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Floor space
176 m²


Total number of rooms
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MVA neighbourhood information: De Kolenkit

The Kolenkitbuurt can be split up into three parts: The southern part between the Erasmusgracht and the Bos en Lommerweg, the middle part between the Bos en Lommerweg and the Wiltzanghlaan and the northern part of the Wiltzanglaan. The houses within the Kolenkitbuurt were built during the 1950s. The last ten years many things have changed within the neighbourhood. Together with housing corporations several new buildings have been established and several buildings have been renovated.

Ben Brilstraat 4 1061MH Amsterdam

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