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Bos en Lommerplein 65 1055AD Amsterdam

Year of construction
Floor space
81 m²
Number of rooms


Fabulously bright 3-room apartment spanning approximately 81 sqm on the top (6th) floor of a modern complex on Bos en Lommerplein. Its 2 balconies offer a unique view of the entire city and a spot in the sun at any time of the day. There is an elevator in the complex. The apartment includes a private storage unit of approximately 5 sqm in the building's basement.

Buyers also have the option to purchase a parking space in the building's garage via Stadgenoot.

The location, just around the corner from Hoofdweg, is ideal: within walking distance of wide selection of shops, restaurants, cafes, supermarkets, daycare, schools and sports facilities. Nearby several parks, such as Erasmuspark, Rembrandtpark en het Westerpark.

Bos en Lommerplein (S104) offers easy access by car to the A10 beltway. Several tram and bus lines stop out front, with excellent service to the rest of the city. Via NS Station Sloterdijk, Schiphol Airport and Amsterdam Central Station are less than a 10-minute train commute away.

Communal entrance with an elevator and separate stairwell.
Hall that opens to all rooms. The spacious living room with an open-plan kitchen is at the rear of the home. The bright room features double French doors that open to balconies to both sides of the room. The kitchen is fitted with a range of appliances, including a refrigerator/freezer, a dishwasher, oven and a 4-burner cooker with a range hood.
The primary bedroom includes a convenient walk-in closet, and both this bedroom and the large second bedroom open to the balcony. The bathroom is. equipped with a walk-in shower and a vanity. The apartment also features a separate restroom and an internal storage room with the fittings for the laundry station.

The apartment includes an external storage unit in the building's substructure.

The entire apartment features double glazing and beautiful engineered parquet flooring.

Ground lease
The property is on ground lease land owned by the municipality of Amsterdam. The current lease period started on December 1, 2005 and remains in effect until November 30, 2055. Subject to the General Conditions for continuous ground lease established in the year 2000. The lease has been prepaid for the current lease period.
The seller applied for the offer from the municipality of Amsterdam for conversion to the everlasting ground least under the favorable conversion conditions applicable until 8-1-2020.

- Heating and warm water by means of a private central heating unit.
- 2 balconies, facing northwest and southeast.
- Professional HOA management, current monthly service charges of € 156.60.
- NEN-measurement survey available: 81.1 sqm residential floor area, 26.7 sqm building-related outdoor space and 5.1 sqm external storage space.
- Closing upon mutual agreement, starting from late December 2021.

"This information was drafted with due care. However, we are not liable for any unintended omission, inaccuracy or otherwise, nor any consequences related thereto. All given measurements and dimensions are indicative only. The general terms and conditions of the NVM apply."
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Entry date
sold conditionally
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement


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

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
81 m²


Total number of rooms
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MVA neighbourhood information: Erasmuspark

The Erasmusprukbuurt lies between the Admiraal de Ruijterweg, Jan van Galenstraat, Mercatorstraat, Hoofdweg and Bos & Lommerweg. It owes its name to the Erasmuspark, which is located at the center of the neighbourhood. The neighbourhood is described as the ‘best’ neighbourhood of Bos & Lommer. Everything the inhabitants need is extant: Culture, hospitality, playgrounds, education, social and sport facilities are all available.

Bos en Lommerplein 65 1055AD Amsterdam

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