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Delistraat 13 - E 1094CS Amsterdam

Asking price € 475.000 

Year of construction
Floor space
75 m²
Number of rooms


Unique! Living in a highly desirable street and neighbourhood! A light and lovely three-room apartment of 72.3m2 with a roof terrace of approx. 9m2 in Amsterdam. In beautiful condition located in the Indische Buurt in the eastern district of Amsterdam (Amsterdam Oost). After obtaining a permit, the current owner had the roof extension of over 15m2 and the roof terrace of approximately 9m2 built based on a design by an architect (Window Solutions & Karel Bodon).
The apartment is located on the fourth floor; however, you already have your own entrance on the third floor.
When you enter the street, you immediately notice that all the buildings have recently been renovated with beautiful facades. The street is very well maintained and quiet.

This extremely well-designed apartment is located near the Dappermarkt and the lively Javastraat with its many restaurants, cafés and shops. The Ooster Park, Artis Zoo, and Amsterdam city centre are less than 10 minutes away.
All the amenities you could possibly require are present in the vicinity. Cafés, restaurants, such as Brouwerij t' IJ, Panama, Hartje Oost, Studio K, and the Theaterfabriek are within walking distance for a lovely evening out. There are also sports facilities in the area.
There are excellent public transport connections (train Muiderpoort Station and trams and buses within less than 5 minutes walking distance) and the motorway (A10) is easily accessible.

Ground floor:
Central entrance with a well-maintained stairway (renovated - carpeted and painted).
Third floor:
Own entrance and stairs to 4th floor;
Fourth floor:
spacious and light living room at the front and open kitchen with built-in appliances. The living room is nice and light due to a skylight. At the back, there is a spacious bathroom and bedroom with built-in cabinets. The bathroom (2004) is equipped with a shower, washing machine, toilet and sink.
Fifth floor:
Roof extension of 15m2 with a fish-bone parquet floor which is suitable for a (guest) bedroom or inspiring workspace or both. Pantry and French doors to a south-facing roof terrace of approx. 9m2.

- Freehold;
- Year of construction: 1903;
- Energy label D valid up to 5-10-2030;
- There are sufficient parking spots in the adjacent streets. According to the Amsterdam City website there is currently a 3-month waiting period for a parking permit (permit of area Oost 3).
- NEN2580 measurement report available;
- Contribution for the Owners’ Association (VvE) € 110 per month (temporarily € 200 up to and including April 2021);
- Owner's Association administrated by the owners.
- Delivery in consultation.
- There is a quote od euro 4622,20  for identical fish bone floor on 4th floor as on top floor
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By mutual agreement


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

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
75 m²


Total number of rooms
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MVA neighbourhood information: Indische Buurt West

The Indische Buurt is a neighbourhood is Amsterdam East. All the street names within this area are named after island and other geographical locations. The neighbourhood has a high social cohesion. A high percentage of the inhabitants are from different cultures which gives the neighborhood a multicultural feeling, some say that more than a hundred languages are spoken in this neighbourhood. The Sumatraplantsoenbuurt lies within the Indische Buurt(west). This area is the most densely populated part of Amsterdam East. The main part of this area is residential, only within the Molukkenstraat can be found several shops and other facilities. Although the biggest part of this area is residential this area is considered to be a safe place with recreation facilities.

Delistraat 13 - E 1094CS Amsterdam

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