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Frans van Mierisstraat 38 III+IV 1071RT Amsterdam

Asking price € 1.250.000 

Year of construction
Floor space
136 m²
Number of rooms


Tastefully renovated double upstairs apartment with 136 m² of living space. Large living area with huge windows providing beautiful natural light, a luxury open-plan kitchen flowing into the dining area, two luxury bathrooms, four bedrooms, a staggering three balconies, and with a possibility to create a rooftop terrace. This freehold apartment is in the most sought-after part of the Oud-Zuid neighbourhood: Museumkwartier.

Communal entrance. Front door on the second floor.
Third floor: Landing leading to all of the rooms. Separate toilet. Large through-living with dining area at the front of the property with a Juliet balcony (south-east-facing) and an open-plan high-gloss kitchen with a black granite countertop. The kitchen features AEG appliances, an induction hob, fridge-freezer, a large tap, and a Siemens dishwasher. French doors open onto an entertainers balcony at the rear of the bright living area. Both balconies in the dining and living areas provide natural light with cross ventilation through-out. The first bedroom (currently serving as an office) is also at the rear.
Fourth floor: Spacious landing. Two bedrooms at the front of the apartment and a bathroom in the middle with a toilet, vanity unit, and walk-in-shower. The second bathroom with a shower bath and vanity unit is at the rear, next to the master bedroom. This master bedroom has lots of fitted wardrobes and French doors opening onto a large, sundrenched third balcony.
There is a possibility to create a rooftop terrace. This is permitted under the current deed of division. However, municipal building permits must be applied for.

The apartment is in a quiet, leafy, child-friendly street in the much sought-after Oud-Zuid neighbourhood in the Museum district. This is a quiet area with a good vibe. The famous Vondelpark is within walking distance, as are exclusive shopping streets such as P.C. Hooftstraat, Van Baerlestraat, Beethovenstraat and Cornelis Schuytstraat. The leafy, green Museumplein square is home to several museums and The Royal Concertgebouw. The neighbourhood itself has countless pavement cafés and restaurants. Amenities including good schools, public transport connections (tram and bus), childcare facilities and gyms are all a short walk away.

Parking on the street must be paid for between 09.00 am and midnight, and there is a parking permit system in operation. Information on the City of Amsterdam website indicates a current four-month waiting list for parking permits (Zuid 8.1).

- Double upstairs apartment with 136 m² of floor space (in accordance with NEN 2580)
- The deed of division allows a rooftop terrace. Municipal permits must be applied for
- Efficient homeowners’ association (VvE) with three members and professional management, monthly contribution of €175,50
- Four bedrooms, two bathrooms and three balconies
- New window frames with double glazing fitted in 2021
- Smart herringbone parquet flooring with Wengé border (oiled oak)
- New recessed lighting and new hydrophore
- Freehold property
- Transfer subject to agreement
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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
136 m²


Total number of rooms
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MVA neighbourhood information: Museumkwartier

Welcome to the Museumkwartier, Apollobuurt and Willemsparkbuurt. This area is bordered by the Vondelpark, Stadhouderskade, Boerenwetering, Zuideramstelkanaal and the Oplympiaplaza. Characteristic for this area is the Museumplein with the Rijksmuseum, Van Gogh museum, the Stedelijk Museum and the Concert Hall as tourist spots. The Museumplein attracts more than 1 million visitors a year, also big events are held at the Museumplein on a regular basis. The residential area mainly consists of big villa’s which in most cases aren´t available for rent. Most houses are in the Amsterdam School style especially the houses at the Minervalaan. Museumquarter is an absolute must for lovers of art, antiques and curiosities: the area has been at the heart of the Dutch art and antiques trade for over 80 years.

Frans van Mierisstraat 38 III+IV 1071RT Amsterdam

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