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Dichtershofje 8 1053RR Amsterdam

Year of construction
Floor space
95 m²
Number of rooms


This is a unique, lovely, bright, modern and spacious apartment on the best spot in Amsterdam Old-West! The "Dichtershofje square” together with the large communal garden will give you a zen feeling whilst being in the middle of the vibrant "Foodhallen area”. This apartment is part of the Kwintijn phase 2; the luxury apartment complex which was completed in 2017. The parking spot in the below parking garage is accessible with the elevator straight form the 2nd floor to the -1 parking garage level. Buying the parking spot is optional for 65.000 EUR.

The Kinkerstraat, Bilderdijkstraat and de Clercqstraat are around the corner with all the convenience stores you will need and all the fine boutique shops you will love. Other than that the area is packed with nice cafe’s, bars and restaurants. The cultural centre “The Foodhallen” is just around the corner and offers a library, tv studio, restaurants, cinema and weekly flee markets. The fresh groceries food market “de Ten Katemarkt” is also a few footsteps away. Furthermore, the Vondelpark and the city centre canals are within walking distance. Trams, busses are close-by and the city Ring A10 West is easy accessible. The area is also very pleasant for little children with the communal garden, as well as the car- and bike free Tollestraat and Dichtershofje and the Bellamyplein with children pool and playground is just around the corner.

Floor plan
1st floor
Coming from the car- and bicycle free Tollenstraat and Dichtershofje, you will reach the 2nd floor of the apartment building either through the spacious hallway, or using the elevator. Through the front door you will enter the open and bright hallway which immediately gives a feeling of space and light. The hallway can be closed off using the nice glass and steel sliding doors. The walking glass in the ceiling between the 1st and 2nd floor, is nice feature which allows even more sunlight to enter the hallway.

The living room is situated on the south side of the apartment and through the sliding doors you will have access to the nice sunny south side balcony (7,3 m2) for a full day of sunlight. The half open Siematic kitchen is completed with Siemens electric stove, steam oven and Quooker.

The open hall brings you to the cloakroom/washing room, 2 bedrooms, separated modern and high standard bathroom and bathroom. De entire first floor is completed with floor heating.

2nd floor
The modern massy oak wooden design stairs with steel rails brings you to the 2nd floor. This space is now being used as a study, lounge, playroom and tv room, but can be used and redesigned in many different ways. 8 large Velux windows brings in all the light you can imagine. Even in the darkest months of the year, this room will still be very bright. To block the sunlight the sliding plissé can be used to block some light or use the shutters for complete darkness.

The storage room underneath the roof is easy accessible through the sliding doors and could in example be used for i.e. storing a spare bed.

Communal garden
Via the two gates on the side of the building, you enter the spacious and sunny communal garden. The communal garden is nice and quiet and the connecting gardens gives a village-like feeling in this vibrant part of the city. The picnic tables and benches are perfect for any kind of social get together. The main owners association is currently making plans to further decorate the garden by adding i.e. a table tennis table, jeu les boules court and/or a strip of grass etc.

External storage
Via the communal garden you will have access to the external storage room which belong to the apartment. 5,7 m2 of storage is ideal for storing things like race bikes, golf clubs, ski’s and suitcases.

Owners association
The owners association holds 6 members and has a monthly service fee of €172,72. A professional third party called JWA Beheer is maintaining the owners association. A maintenance plan is setup for multiple years and in the last 3 years a healthy balance is built up in the books. High expenses on maintenance are not expected for many years to come.

• Situated on a very quiet square in the middle of the most vibrant part of Amsterdam West
• Balcony on the sunny south side
• Spacious communal garden (plans to further decorate are being discussed)
• Lot’s of storage space (underneath the roof and external storage 5,7 m2)
• 2 bedrooms (potentially 3)
• Multifunctional attic area
• Only 6 members of the owners association
• Maintenance costs for the elevator are covered by the parking garage owners association (low costs for
• High quality heavy wooden Svedex doors
• Oakwood flooring throughout the entire apartment
• Hardly any maintenance costs for the foreseeable time
• Camera surveillance in bike garage underneath the Foodhallen
• Camera surveillance in the main hallway
• Solar panels on the communal roof to benefit the communal electricity bill
• Floor heating on the first floor
• 2 radiators on the second floor
• Mechanical ventilation system
• Energy label A
• Video intercom
• Mirror window in the bathroom to block view from outside

Ground lease fee
The annual fee for the ground lease is €1.513,34
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Entry date
sold conditionally
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
95 m²


Total number of rooms
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