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Dusartstraat 53 - III 1072HP Amsterdam

Year of construction
Floor space
105 m²
Number of rooms


Lovely light double upper house with spacious roof terrace and 2 balconies located on the corner of Rustenburgerstraat and Dusartstraat on OWN GROUND! At this TOP SPOT in the Pijp area you can enjoy a great view. The living area is approximately 105 m2 with a roof terrace of approximately 40 m2.

It is a potential palace: the buyer has the honor to turn this fixer-upper into a true dream home. With the authentic details such as the en-suite doors, something very beautiful can be created here.

In view of the 'pie slice' corner location, this house has a playful layout.
Entrance on the 3rd floor through the communal staircase. Hall with separate toilet. The sunny side living room is on the corner, with access to the balcony at the front. At the rear are the dining room and kitchen. The dining room gives access through patio doors to the balcony and through ensuite doors to the (office) room at the front. The semi-open kitchen in light color scheme is equipped with a 4-burner gas stove, stainless steel extractor hood, dishwasher, combi oven and fridge / freezer combination. Fixed stairs from the dining room to the fourth floor:
Around the spacious hall there are 3 bedrooms. The bathroom with natural light has a bath, washbasin and 2nd toilet. Storage room with space for the washing machine, boiler room.
The roof terrace of no less than 40m2 has been built with a permit. From the roof terrace you have a beautiful view on the city!
The entire house has a pine wooden floor.

The apartment is quietly located in the bustling Amsterdam Pijp area. This neighborhood is characterized by the many nice restaurants, the countless (food) cafes, a wide variety of (boutique) shops and of course the famous Albert Cuyp market, where you can enjoy all kinds of fresh specialties 6 days a week. The Albert Heijn on the Cornelis Troostplein and the Jumbo or Hema on the Ferdinand Bolstraat are within a few minutes' walk. Stroll along the Boerenwetering or walk to the beautiful Sarphatipark for your nearby relaxation.

There are many options with regard to public transport; tram, metro and train (Amstel Station / Station Zuid) are quickly accessible. The Noordzuid metro line is a stone's throw away, tram 3, 12 and 24 stop at the Ceintuurbaan. In addition, the ring road of Amsterdam is also easily accessible via the Rai or the Amstel station.

- Approx 105 m2 of living space
- Own ground (no ground lease!)
- Roof terrace with permit
- Fixer up: the house is in moderate to reasonable condition
- Corner location, 2 balconies
- Equipped with double glazing
- Small VVE (4 members) in-house
- Service costs 174 euros per month
- Delivery can be done quickly
- Old age clause and non-residents clause applicable

***Listed with an MVA Certified Expat Broker***
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sold conditionally
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Existing property
Year of construction

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Floor space
105 m²


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MVA neighbourhood information: Nieuwe Pijp

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Dusartstraat 53 - III 1072HP Amsterdam

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