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Bestevaerstraat 96 H 1056HR Amsterdam

Asking price € 800.000 

Year of construction
Floor space
106 m²
Number of rooms



Located in one of the nicest streets of the Baarsjes is this attractive ground floor corner house of approx 106 m2 with spacious basement and garden. This perfectly maintained house was completely renovated in 2016 using high quality materials. The house is situated on the corner of the Bestevaerstraat and Coppelstockstraat.

The apartment has a common staircase from which the entrance on the first floor is accessible. The spacious hall with meter cupboard has doors giving access to the living room.
The adjacent side room can easily function as a bedroom / office or hobby room.

The floating guest toilet with fountain is separate.

Impressive is the spacious living room with beautiful wooden herringbone floor.
The many windows are equipped with custom made shutters that the light can be controlled in a playful manner. The enormous space can easily accommodate a large dining table.

The modern, designer kitchen is equipped with all luxury appliances including a steam oven (Miele), large fridge-freezer, 6-burner stove with double oven (Boretti), quooker, silent dishwasher, built-in hood, wine fridge and plenty of storage. The kitchen island with breakfast bar is a lovely place for guests while you are cooking or to have a drink together.

The cozy but pleasant garden is accessible through double doors making it a nice extension of the living room.
The (sheltered) location on the east makes this a pleasant place to enjoy an early breakfast in the sun.

A staircase in the living room gives access to the basement of 40 m2. This full (living) floor has two bedrooms and a bathroom.

At the rear is the spacious master bedroom where a large closet is now placed. The cake is equipped with a window that can be opened and provides the necessary light and ventilation.

The second bedroom is also of a good size and quiet due to its location in the basement. This room has a large closet with plumbing for the washing machine. Pleasant is the light through the presence of a light window over the full width of the room.

In the middle is the attractive bathroom with beautiful black taps, comfortable bath, rain shower, toilet, double sink and towel radiator.

In short: a very attractive, well maintained house which is ready to move in!

See our floor plans for the exact layout and features of this house!


This apartment is ideally situated in a very well maintained and quiet street in Bos en Lommer in Amsterdam West, on the border with the Baarsjes. Within walking/cycling distance are the Erasmus Park, Rembrandt Park and Westerpark and the always bustling Jordaan! For daily shopping and a variety of stores you can go to the nearby Jan van Galenstraat and Jan Evertsenstraat. In the vicinity are many nice restaurants such as Local Hero, FAAM, Bar Spek and Radijs. Just 5 minutes by bike is the Jordaan with all its coziness of markets, restaurants and cafes. The apartment is also conveniently located for public transport (streetcar 19, bus 18 and 21) and also by car you are within minutes on the Ring A-10, A-4 and A-9.

Parking here is possible through a residents permit, at this address it is possible to apply for two permits. Costs are for the first permit € 140.54 and for the second € 351.36 (per 6 months). Currently there is no waiting time for the application (see website municipality of Amsterdam!

Ground lease
The building of which the apartment is a part, is situated on leasehold land (municipality of Amsterdam). General Provisions 1994 apply. Annual canon is € 879.64, there is a 1-year indexation. Current period runs from January 1, 2008 to December 31, 2057.
The canon is fixed per January 1, 2058. Annual canon will then be € 527.53, there is 1-year indexation. General provisions 2016 applicable.

- The Owners' Association of the Bestevaerstraat 96 building in Amsterdam
- Consists of 5 apartment rights
- The administration is done in-house
- The monthly contribution to the Owners Association is € 145.50

- Living space approx. 106 m˛
- Construction year approx. 1924
- Completely renovated in 2016
- High quality finishings
- Herringbone floor
- Luxurious large kitchen
- 3 bedrooms
- Luxury bathroom
- Garden
- Fully double glazed
- Heating and hot water by C.V.Remeha 2016 (property)
- There is a non self occupancy clause applicable
- Acceptance in consultation

The property has been measured using the Measurement Instruction, which is based on the standards as set out in NEN 2580. The measurement instruction is intended to provide a more uniform way of measuring to give an indication of the usable area. The Measurement Instruction does not fully exclude differences in measurement results due to differences in interpretation, rounding off and limitations in carrying out a measurement.

The house has been measured by a reliable professional company and the buyer indemnifies the employees of Voorma & Millenaar makelaars o.g. and the seller for any discrepancies in the stated measurements. The Purchaser declares that he has been given the opportunity to measure the property himself in accordance with NEN 2580.
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Type of house/apartment
Ground-floor apartment
Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction

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Floor space
106 m²


Total number of rooms
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