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Esmoreitstraat 37 I 1055CB Amsterdam

Year of construction
Floor space
53 m²
Number of rooms


This attractive and light 3/4-room apartment is located on the first floor of a well-maintained apartment complex with a large storage room. Immediately around the corner is the renovated Bos & Lommerplein and the Erasmus Park. The apartment has plastic frames with double glazing, a beautiful laminate floor and a small balcony at the rear on the Southwest (afternoon sun).

The apartment is located in a quiet street with a wide sidewalk and park in the Erasmus Park neighborhood (within the popular West district). The Jordaan is only 5 minutes by bike and within 10 minutes by bike you are in the center of Amsterdam. There is a wide range of shops in the vicinity. These include Coffee Company, a new Hema branch and three large supermarkets. Due to neighborhood renewal projects, more and more tradespeople and cultural entrepreneurs are settling in the neighborhood and renovations have been strongly promoted for years.

Everything the residents need is available in the area: culture and catering in, among others, Podium Mozaiëk, a playground at the Wachterliedplantsoen, educational and social facilities in the Tijl Uilenspiegelstraat and sports and recreation in the Erasmus Park and the Joos Banckersplantsoen. At the end of the street is the Erasmus Park, where you can even moor a boat. The Westerpark and the Westergasfabriek are also nearby. You are in the right place for public transport; various trams and buses take you to all corners of the city. Sloterdijk station is also around the corner. You can reach the ring A-10 West in 2 minutes by car.

First floor:
Entrance/hall with access to the rooms. At the front of the house is the spacious and very bright living room with a beautiful bay window. From the living room is access to the side room also located at the front.

All rooms are connected to each other with the same floor. Through the hall you also reach the bathroom with a shower and toilet. The closed kitchen with white kitchen unit is at the rear and has a washing machine connection. There are also two bedrooms. The balcony is on the southwest and can be reached from both the kitchen and the main bedroom. On the fourth floor is the attic room of 5 m2 with a window and electricity, which is also suitable as a study.

- Year of construction 1950
- Living area is 53 m2 excluding storage
- Attic storage large 5 m2
- CV combi boiler, brand Nefit
- Double glazing at the front and rear, plastic frames
- Delivery in consultation

Ground lease
- The General Provisions Amsterdam conditions 2000 apply.
- The period runs from July 1, 2003 to June 30, 2053
- The canon has been bought off until June 30, 2053
- The application to switch to the new ground lease conditions was made on time

- VvE Mowede
- The service costs are € 121.85 per month including storage
- Active VvE with a good multi-year maintenance plan
- Professional administrator
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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
53 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.

Esmoreitstraat 37 I 1055CB Amsterdam

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