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Derde Hugo de Grootstraat 2 2 1052LL Amsterdam

Asking price € 415.000 

Year of construction
Floor space
55 m²
Number of rooms


Lovely, light three-room apartment with 55 m2 of floor space, a roomy sizeable 6 m2 attic/office, in a quiet part of the Oud-West district, close to the Jordaan neighbourhood. The apartment was fully renovated in 2015 and provides all the mod cons.

The property is on the corner of Hugo de Grootplein, between Van Oldenbarneveldtstraat and Frederik Hendrikstraat. A host of friendly bars, cafés and restaurants are literally just around the corner. Sit on the terrace in the sun at Two Chefs Brewing, enjoy a delicious cup of coffee at Coffee & Juices or treat yourself to breakfast, lunch or dinner at Morgan & Mees. The Jordaan neighbourhood, Noordermarkt, Westergasterrein, Haarlemmerdijk, the ‘Negen Straatjes’ and De Hallen are all just a few minutes away. Westerpark and Vondelpark are five minutes by bike. And if boating is your thing, you can moor a boat on the Hugo de Groot canal.


The entrance is on the second floor. There is a hall, a spacious living room at the front with an attractive open-plan kitchen. The kitchen features a robust concrete countertop and various fitted appliances. The modern bathroom has a wide basin with two taps, a walk-in shower and a toilet. At the rear of the property, you’ll find a large bedroom with a view of the deep courtyard garden and a second bedroom/office.

There is also a sizeable attic storeroom on the fourth floor, which would be ideal as an office or storage space.

The entire apartment features laminate flooring and there is double glazing throughout.


- Total floor space of 55.4 m2 plus attic room of 5.8 m2 (NEN 2580);
- Freehold property;
- Small homeowners’ association (VvE) comprising four members, service costs €100 per month;
- Long-term maintenance plan is available;
- Double glazing;
- Transfer subject to agreement.
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Entry date
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
55 m²


Total number of rooms
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MVA neighbourhood information: Frederik Hendrikbuurt

The Frederik Hendrikbuurt was built in the 19th century and lies between the Singelgracht and the Kostverlorenvaart. The inhabitants like this area of Amsterdam because of all the facilities it has to offer. On of those facilities is the Molen de Otter is a beautiful piece of historic heritage which is sustained by the perseverance of local inhabitants. The shopping area of this neighbourhood is called Hugo de Grootbuurt, there is a plaza with hospitality and many specialized shops. The inhabitants are diverse in terms of ethics as well as their income.

Derde Hugo de Grootstraat 2 2 1052LL Amsterdam

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