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Bonairestraat 56 hs 1058XK Amsterdam

Year of construction
Floor space
71 m²
Number of rooms


This well-arranged 3-bedroom corner house is located in one of the most beautiful and greenest neighborhoods in the Baarsjes and is located on the ground floor. Until 2009 this was still a shop, but after a renovation in 2010 transformed into a house.
The house has a free view over the cozy Bonaire square and you can enjoy the sun all day long in front of the house, as the corner faces south.

The apartment is located in a quiet and green street in “De Baarsjes” district West. The house is on the corner of Bonairestraat and Bonaireplein; a cozy square with various play facilities for children.
There are 4 different supermarkets within walking distance. The Vondelpark, Rembrandtpark and the many hotspots on the Overtoom and on the Schinkel are also within walking distance. By bike you are in 10 minutes in the Nine streets or the Leidseplein.
The house is easily accessible by car from the A-10 west and there are also various public transport connections such as tram lines 1, 7 and 17 and buses 15 and 247.

Through the private entrance you enter the bright and spacious kitchen, equipped with various AEG appliances.
The large old shop windows are partly provided with a window sticker so that the light feeling can be retained, but a possible view is reduced. The windows also have sun blinds that ensure that this house stays cool in the summer.

Next to the kitchen is the living room where a cozy sitting area has been created. The high ceilings, space between the houses and many windows provide a lot of light and a pleasant atmosphere.
The entire apartment has a warm laminate floor.

In front of the house is a spacious sidewalk, facing south, with a picnic table. A lovely place to sit and eat.

Adjacent to the living room is the children's room, which is also ideal as an office.
The master bedroom is located in the rear corner. This spacious room has a built-in wardrobe and is adjacent to the courtyard garden, including a small patio of approximately 2 m2.
The third bedroom is currently used as a walk-in closet.

Between the two bedrooms at the rear, there is a hallway with separate toilet and a spacious built-in wardrobe with connections for the washing machine and dryer.
The bathroom and toilet were partially renovated in 2016.
The bathroom has a walk-in rain shower and a 2 person bathroom cabinet and design radiator.

The living area is 71 m² (80 m2 GFA). This does not include the outdoor space and the fitted wardrobes.
The house has been measured on site by an external agency in accordance with NEN2580.
The measurement report is available for inspection.

The apartment is in a building that was completed in 1930. In 2009, a division took place in which the foundation was checked and subsequently renovated in 2010.

The apartment is located on the grounds of the municipality of Amsterdam.
The annual canon is currently € 450 per year, and the term runs until September 15, 2053, after which the perpetual canon, adjusted to inflation, is due in accordance with the General Provisions 2016.
An application has been made to buy off the leasehold.

This is a healthy and professionally managed Owners Association that has been active for a year and a half and consists of 4 members. The monthly contribution is € 95, -
The current owners had the exterior painted for their own account in 2018.

The accessibility is perfect, by car via the A-10 exit S 106 and S 107 and by public transport (both by tram and bus).
There is ample parking space in front and in the immediate vicinity. For more information about a parking permit, please consult the website of the municipality of Amsterdam.

• Built in 1930
• Split in 2009 (including foundation check)
• Renovation (including piping and electricity) in 2010
• Exterior painting in 2018
• Service costs are € 95 per month
• Located on the grounds of the municipality of Amsterdam
• Quiet neighborhood with shops a short distance away
• Living area 71 m². The measurement report and calculation are available for inspection
• Heating via own central heating boiler, built in 2010
• Energy label C
• Equipped with double glazing
• Delivery in consultation

This house has its own website via
Here you will find everything nicely mapped out with, among other things, the cadastral data, the list of cases, the measurement report, full screen photos as well as information about the neighborhood, a "street view" and the solar boundary.

The registration has been compiled with care; however, the information provided is indicative and no rights can be derived from it.
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Entry date
sold conditionally
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement


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

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
71 m²


Total number of rooms
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