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Cort van der Lindenkade 90 1067LL Amsterdam

Asking price € 410.000 

Year of construction
Floor space
110 m²
Number of rooms
Lot size
99 m²


*** English translation***

Would you like to live in Amsterdam in a renovated, luxurious, modern family home, near nature park "Park de Kuil"? This house is exactly what you are looking for!
This comfortable 6-room house of approx. 110m2 with a lovely garden facing east, borders a quiet communal courtyard where the children can play safely, under your watchful eye. An turn key home ideal for a family.

You enter the house through the hall, with meter cupboard, toilet with washstand. The hall gives access to the open plan kitchen and living room. The kitchen is the heart of the living with the spacious kitchen island. The living room has a patio door leading into the large garden (approx 49m2) on the east and large windows, making the living room light and airy.
The living room has a light laminate floor and a suspended ceiling with recessed spots.

The open plan kitchen has a kitchen island with sink, dishwasher and 5-burner gas stove, including a wok burner. The kitchen offers plenty of storage space and includes a large worktop. The kitchen also features a fridge freezer, dishwasher, extractor hood and combi-microwave.

The house has no less than five bedrooms. Three are located on the first floor. Two of them currently in use as a nursery. The third room is furnished as a walk-in closet, but can easily be transformed into a baby room.
Thanks to the dormer windows, 2 full bedrooms have been realized on the second floor. The master bedroom is located at the rear and has a view of the garden and the communal garden behind. This room enjoys the comfort of an air conditioning. The other room at the front is now used as a home office. It features the connections for the washing machine and dryer and the central heating system.
The second floor can be reached via a fixed staircase.

The family bathroom is less than a year old. It offers you the luxury to relax in the whirlpool after a day at work. Next to that, it has a spacious walk-in shower with rain shower, a designer washbasin and a floating toilet. The bathroom is comfortably heated by underfloor heating.

The backyard (49m2) is facing east and is low-maintenance. A great spot for relaxation and sunbathing There is a large detached barn. An entrance gate leads to the large communal courtyard, where the children can play carefree.
At the front is the garden facing west. Here you can enjoy the evening sun after work.

Geuzenveld is a lively neighborhood with many green areas and play options, which makes this neighborhood a popular area for families with children. Geuzenveld offers primary and secondary schools, sports clubs and a nearby shopping center. The center of Amsterdam is less than 15 minutes with line 13, the tram stop is within walking distance. The house is very convenient located it has an easy access to the motorways, A10, A9 and A4. Schiphol Airport is just 15 minutes by car.

-Built in 1957
-Living area approximately 110 m˛
-Spacious and beautifully landscaped garden facing east
-West-facing front garden
-The house is double glazed
-Dormer window (2017) on the street side of the house
-Dormer window (2018) at the back
-Kitchen renewed in 2016
-Bathroom renewed in 2019
-Central heating boiler Vaillant from 2016
-Annual lease payments has been bought off until 31-1-2054
-Present owners has already request an offer in 2019 to buy off the lease hold in perpetuity under favorable conditions
-Owner’s association fee communal garden € 12,50 per month
-Stone storage room on the side courtyard (€ 10 per year)
-Delivery in consultation
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Floor space
110 m²
Lot size
99 m²


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MVA neighbourhood information: Geuzenveld

Geuzenveld was built during the 1950s and 1960s and is part of the western Garden-villages. Slotermeer was the first western garden village which was designed by the principles of the General Expansion Plan. This plan included building houses which had as much sun and natural sunlight as possible. A part of Slotermeer has a protected city view, which means that this part has a protected development plan and several other restrictions. The main reason for this protection is because this area is one of the greenest parts of Amsterdam with more than four parks available.

Cort van der Lindenkade 90 1067LL Amsterdam

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