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Cornelis Trooststraat 14 III 1072JE Amsterdam

Year of construction
Floor space
100 m²
Number of rooms


Spacious upstairs maisonette measuring 98 sq. m. with abundant natural light, a wealth of living space, three good-sized bedrooms, a generous balcony and no fewer than two roof terraces measuring approx. 20 sq. m., in a very desirable location in De Pijp.

Entering the apartment through your private entrance on the second floor you will find the cloakroom and the stairs leading to the third floor.
The wonderfully spacious living room extends from the front to the back of the property and includes an L-shaped kitchen and French doors that open onto the broad, south-facing balcony. The large windows and high ceilings give the living room its wonderfully light and spacious feel. The home also features attractive parquet flooring throughout.

The open kitchen at the rear comes complete with a four-burner gas hob, dishwasher, extractor hood, oven and separate refrigerator, plus contemporary worktops that catch the eye.
With this generous space you have all kinds of possibilities, from a large family dining table to a cosy seating area.
The bathroom to the rear has a great layout, a walk-in shower, bath, toilet, wash basin unit and designer radiator. The bathroom has been finished with sleek white wall tiles and dark tiles on the floor.

Take the stairs to the fourth floor to find three bedrooms: two at the front and one to the rear of the property. There is a cupboard for your washing machine and dryer at the end of the landing. There is even enough space to create a second bathroom, either from the master bedroom at the front of the property or from the cupboard on the landing; hot and cold water and drainage facilities are already in place.

A 2014 extension made the master bedroom to the rear even more spacious and light, and this bedroom opens onto one of the roof terraces which faces south. Finally, a fixed staircase leads from the master bedroom to another roof terrace. There is generous storage space under the stairs. The roof terrace offers spectacular views of prestigious buildings in the city, from the Rijksmuseum and Okura to the Rembrandt Tower skyscraper and the Zuidas business district. You can soak up the sun all day on this terrace.

Local area
The apartment is located in a popular area of De Pijp, right around the corner from Cornelis Troostplein. It’s a peaceful neighbourhood, yet the hustle and bustle of Amsterdam’s lively city centre is also within reach thanks to the nearby North-South metro line. You can grab a drink or a bite to eat at Loetje, Sjefietsje, Troost Brewery or Happyhappyjoyjoy, enjoy a pizza at Renato’s or visit Shula Deli. Get your exercise at Trainmore or Rocycle, or enjoy the outdoors by the Amstel river or in Sarphatipark.

The city centre and Rivierenbuurt are only a few minutes away by bicycle. With Maasstraat and Ferdinand Bolstraat just around the corner and Albert Cuypmarkt within walking distance, everything for your daily groceries is within easy reach. The property is also conveniently located for transport links: you have a range of tram and bus routes to choose from, the North-South metro line is a short walk away, and the A10 and A2 motorways are readily accessible by car.

At a glance
- The active home owners’ association for Cornelis Troostplein 10, 12 and 14 was divided into 10 apartment tenures in 2007;
- The monthly service fees amount to €133;
- A long-term maintenance plan is in place;
- The living area measures 98 sq. m., plus 36 sq. m. of outdoor space (measured in accordance with NEN 2580; measurement report is available);
- A spacious roof terrace measuring approx. 20 sq. m. offers spectacular views of the city;
- There is an annual ground lease of approx. €413.14, indexed each year. The current lease period runs until 2046. The application was submitted in good time and under favourable conditions;
- Transfer subject to agreement.

The property has been measured according to NEN2580. These measurement guidelines are designed to ensure that measurements are made in a uniform way in terms of useable floor area. These guidelines do not exclude the possibility of differences in measurements due to, for example, differences in interpretation, rounding or limitations when making the measurements.

This information has been compiled with due care and attention by our office. However, we cannot accept liability for any omissions or inaccuracies, or the consequences thereof. All sizes and dimensions are indicative. The buyer remains responsible for verifying all matters that are of importance to him/her. Our office is the real estate agency for the vendor of this property. We advise you to approach an NVM/MVA real estate agent to assist you with their expertise during purchasing. If you choose not to make use of professional guidance, this is deemed to mean that you consider your legal expertise sufficient to handle all associated matters. The General Conditions for Consumers of the NVM are applicable.
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sold conditionally
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