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Elegaststraat 14 I 1055TH Amsterdam

Asking price € 320.000 

Year of construction
Floor space
55 m²
Number of rooms


Bright and charming apartment of 55 sqm (NEN2580) with two balconies approx. 9 sqm. The apartment is located on the second floor and has a living room with closed kitchen, 2 spacious bedrooms, bathroom and a balcony at the front and rear, and two storages on the first floor.

A nice apartment in a green street near the Erasmuspark, which you can move into!

Common entrance, entrance apartment on the second floor, hall, at the front side the bright living room with a sunny balcony facing west (afternoon and evening sun). At the rear the kitchen and two spacious bedrooms with the largest balcony (morning sun). The bathroom is central located.

- Located on municipal leasehold land, canon € 790.60 each year.
- General provisions 2000 applicable.
- Current period from 1 January 2014 to 31 December 2063.
- Application for perpetual redemption made before January 8, 2020.

- Active and financial VvE.
- Professionally managed by VvE Services.
- Association fee monthly € 113,92,-.

- Living space approx. 55 sqm (NEN2580).
- Quiet location in the Erasmuspark neighborhood.
- Two balconies.
- 2 separate storage rooms on the first floor.

The apartment is located in Bos en Lommer (West), near the Erasmuspark. Around the corner is Podium Mozaïek (former church) where you can go for international cultural performances, but also for dinner or drinks. On the Bos en Lommerweg and the Bos en Lommerplein you will find extensive shopping facilities. In the vicinity of the Jordaan, the Westerpark and the NS station Sloterdijk. The apartment is very conveniently located for the A10 ring road and is also easily accessible by public transport.
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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
55 m²


Total number of rooms
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MVA neighbourhood information: Erasmuspark

The Erasmusprukbuurt lies between the Admiraal de Ruijterweg, Jan van Galenstraat, Mercatorstraat, Hoofdweg and Bos & Lommerweg. It owes its name to the Erasmuspark, which is located at the center of the neighbourhood. The neighbourhood is described as the ‘best’ neighbourhood of Bos & Lommer. Everything the inhabitants need is extant: Culture, hospitality, playgrounds, education, social and sport facilities are all available.

Elegaststraat 14 I 1055TH Amsterdam

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