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Curacaostraat 35 1 1058BL Amsterdam

Asking price € 380.000 

Year of construction
Floor space
61 m²
Number of rooms


Very quietly located, comfortable and attractive apartment in the popular West-Indian neighborhood, near Surinameplein! This three-room apartment (currently used as a two-room apartment) of almost 61 m2 is located in a wide street with lots of greenery and has a balcony at the rear on the west.

Via the staircase you reach the apartment on the first floor. Through a central hall that gives access to all rooms, you enter the spacious and bright living room at the front. What immediately stands out here are of course the beautiful stained glass windows of the suite doors and the bay window with a nice view of the quiet Curaçaostraat and the Arubastraat. The rear part can be used as a second bedroom and has patio doors to the balcony. The kitchen is located at the rear of the house. The kitchen is well maintained and equipped with a gas hob, extractor and a connection for a washing machine or dishwasher. From the kitchen you enter the balcony with a view of the cozy inner gardens. The bathroom is accessible via the hall, which is equipped with a toilet, sink and a shower.

Owners Association Curaçaostraat 35
In 2009 the building was split into four apartment rights. The VvE Curaçaostraat 35 is managed by Parel Beheer. The monthly service costs are € 73.50. The VvE is registered with the Chamber of Commerce, has building and liability insurance and there is a reserve fund.

Curaçaostraat is a quiet, centrally located street, in the middle of bustling Baarsjes and close to Surinameplein and Hoofdweg. Within walking distance you will find an excellent range of shops and supermarkets for daily shopping on Baarsjesweg and Sloterkade. From this apartment you are on the bike within 5 minutes via the Surinameplein at the main entrance of the Vondelpark. The shops on Overtoom and Kinkerstraat are also nearby and the Rembrandtpark is literally around the corner. Would you like to have a nice lunch or a glass of wine on a cozy terrace? That is of course also possible in the neighborhood. A few steps away you will find several cafes and restaurants such as café Oslo Beers, Meneer Van Loon, Edel. The cozy Ten Kate market and the trendy Foodhallen are also nearby, and the Jordaan and the center are quickly accessible. Parking is available on public roads or with a parking permit.

The apartment is conveniently located for the A10, A4 and Schiphol Airport ring road. Via the Surinameplein you can drive within a few minutes via the S106 to the Ring A10-west. Public transport is also well looked after. Around the corner you can get on bus 15 (Station Zuid WTC / Station Sloterdijk accessible in about 15 minutes) or tram 17 (Station Lelylaan accessible in about 8 minutes and then by train Schiphol Airport in about 10 minutes, Amsterdam Center can be reached in approx. 15 minutes). In short, accessibility is excellent.

- Living area of 60.5 m2;
- Own ground;
- Possibility to create 2 bedrooms;
- Nice balcony on the west;
- Monthly service costs are € 73.50;
- Delivery in consultation;
- Choice of notary to the buyer, a notary established in Amsterdam.
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Type of house/apartment
Upper-floor apartment
Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction

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Floor space
61 m²


Total number of rooms
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MVA neighbourhood information: Westindische Buurt

The Westindische Buurt is a neighborhood in Amsterdam West. The neighbourhood is bordered by the Kostverlorenstraat, The Potjeskade and the Surinameplein. The area is known as a quite residential area with enough facilities. Not only are the Rembrandspark and the Vondelpark within walkings distance but also the Ten Kate Markt, specialty shops and the Foodhalle are in close range of the neighbourhood.

Curacaostraat 35 1 1058BL Amsterdam

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