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Burmanstraat 45 1091SH Amsterdam

Year of construction
Floor space
47 m²
Number of rooms



The Burmanstraat is a beautiful, quiet street in the popular Weesperzijde area located on the Amstel. Nothing is missing in the area. There are many well-known cafes and restaurants within walking distance including De Ysbreeker, Loetje, Café Hesp, restaurant Lille, the Volkshotel and the bustling Beukenplein with its cozy terraces. You will also find several parks in the immediate vicinity, such as the famous Sarphati and Oosterpark. Moreover, a large Albert Heijn is located less than a minute's walk away. The house is easily accessible. You don't have to look far for public transport. The Wibautstraat metro station is around the corner, several tram stops are within walking distance and by car you are on the A10 ring road within 5 minutes.

The great thing about living in this quiet Burmanstraat is that everything is located within walking and / or cycling distance. You can stroll and chill under the beautiful trees on the Amstel, and on the other side of the water you can walk to the lively Pijp with its Albert Cuyp market. You can also visit numerous cultural facilities in the area, such as theater Carré, cinema Rialto, the Stopera, the Kleine Komedie ... what more could you wish for?

You enter through the communal staircase and the front door on the second floor gives access to the hall. Through the open kitchen, which is practically divided with separate equipment, you walk into the wonderfully bright living room. From the living room you have access to the French balcony, located on the south. The spacious bedroom is located at the nice and cool back of the apartment, and the beautifully tiled bathroom is opposite.
The practical layout and the fantastic light that enters the living room immediately gives you a wonderful feeling.
On the ground floor, this apartment has a large storage room with electricity, and on the third floor there is a large communal and very sunny roof terrace.

The living room, hall and kitchen have pine floorboards. The bedroom has a floor made of OSB panels.

Living area:
The living area is 47 m2. This does not include the outdoor space and the storage room. The property was measured on site by an external agency in accordance with NEN2580. This measurement report is available for inspection.

Outdoor space:
The house has a French balcony, located on the south and accessible through the living room. On the 3rd floor is a large communal roof terrace where you can eat, drink or sunbathe.

Construction year:
The house was completed in 1985 and split in 2012.

The association of owners is professionally managed by VVE Beheer Amsterdam. The available pieces of this healthy VVE are available. The monthly contribution is € 120.38 and the share in the VVE is approximately € 6,000.

Land ownership situation:
The house is located on the grounds of the municipality of Amsterdam. The leasehold conditions 2000 apply and the ground rent has been bought up to and including December 31, 2035.
The current owner has submitted an application before January 1, 2020 for a favorable purchase of the leasehold land.

Accessibility and parking:
The highways (ring A10, A1 and A2) are quickly accessible and public transport is within walking distance. A permit can be requested from the municipality of Amsterdam for parking the car.

-Year of construction of the house 1985
2012 split
-Living area 47 m2, excluding outdoor space and storage
-Double glass
-Heating through its own central heating, year of construction 2001
-Energy label B - Delivery in consultation
-Leasehold has been bought up until December 31, 2035
-Common roof terrace
-Own storage room
-Delivery in consultation.

This house has its own website via
Here you will find everything beautifully 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 application 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
Upper-floor apartment
Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
47 m²


Total number of rooms
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Burmanstraat 45 1091SH Amsterdam

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