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Biothof 2 1 1098RW Amsterdam

Year of construction
Floor space
69 m²
Number of rooms


*** this property is listed by a MVA Certified Expat Broker ***

Wonderfully bright and spacious 3-room apartment of 69m2 with balcony on the first floor, located in a nice and quiet street in Watergraafsmeer.

The apartment is located at a quiet and well-kept courtyard in Watergraafsmeer. In addition, the Christiaan Huygensplein with a wide variety of shops (AH, Hema, fresh bakery, fresh fish shop, Kruidvat, AKO, Intertoys) is within walking distance. Sport enthusiasts can indulge in the multiple sports fields and the Jaap Edenbaan. You can go running in one of the nice parks. The apartment is easily accessible by public transport and car. Amstel station, Station Science Park and Station Muiderpoort are within 5 minutes by bike. The A10 Ring road is accessible within 5 minutes by car. Frankendael city park and Oostpoort shopping centre (200 shops) are also within walking and cycling distance.


You’ll reach the apartment on the first floor using a joint staircase. The hall gives access to all the rooms. The bright and spacious sunny living room with open kitchen and bedroom at the rear give access to the balcony. A new kitchen was installed in 2018, equipped with built-in appliances: 4-burner hob, extractor hood, oven, dishwasher, and fridge. The master bedroom is at the front and a second, smaller bedroom is located at the rear. There is a separate toilet. The bathroom has a shower, washing machine connection and a sink.

The storage room is located in the basement of the complex.

- Year of construction: 1954
- Located on private land
- Storage room in the basement of the complex
- Healthy and active Homeowners' Association
- Fully equipped with double glazing
- Energy label D
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By mutual agreement


Type of house/apartment
Upper-floor apartment
Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
69 m²


Total number of rooms
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MVA neighbourhood information: Middenmeer

Middenmeer is diverse: the northern part is from the 19th century, the middle part was built during the 1920-1940s and the southern part was realized during 1955 and 1960. Two shopping area can be found within this area. One consists of shops and can be found alongside the Middenweg and the other one is situated on the Christiaan Huygensplein. This neighbourhood is a loved residential area.

Biothof 2 1 1098RW Amsterdam

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