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Frederik Hendrikstraat 180 B 1052JH Amsterdam

Year of construction
Floor space
89 m²
Number of rooms


On walking distance of the Jordaan this 3-layer apartment is situated with sunny terrace, great views, 2 bedrooms and lift and just around the corner of the Bilderdijk parc.

Downstairs the living room with open kitchen with built-in equipment, on the mezzanine a spacious bedroom (now used as study with built in closets / former nursery) with bathroom and separate toilet and on the top floor the quietly located second bedroom with a lovely sunny terrace on the southwest with beautiful views of the city, sun from about noon to sunset. There is a separate storage room in the basement.

From the communal entrance on the street side you have access to the storage rooms in the basement. The elevator and the communal staircase give access to the gallery at the rear on the fifth floor. Through the front door you enter the hall with meter cupboard. The hall gives access to the bright bathroom with bath. Through the large window there is natural daylight and natural ventilation. From the hall you enter the landing. Adjacent to the landing is a storage room with space for the washer / dryer and central heating system. The separate toilet with fountain and a spacious bedroom are also located on this landing. The bedroom is at the front of the apartment.

The open staircase in the hall takes you down to the spacious and bright living room and kitchen. The living room is located at the front and has floor-to-ceiling windows, making this floor very light. Partly due to the windows at the rear where the kitchen is located.

On the sixth floor is the second spacious bedroom and a large terrace on the southwest. The patio doors give access to the sunny terrace where you can enjoy the sun until late in the evening. Because the complex is located higher than the buildings in the area, you have a fantastic view over the city.

In the basement there is a storage room where there is enough space to store bicycles.

Complex "The Last Hendrik"
The apartment complex "De Last Hendrik" is located in the Frederik Hendrikbuurt in Amsterdam West. The complex was built in 2004 and has two lifts and a parking garage. The Owners Association "De Last Hendrik" is professionally managed. The VvE meets annually and is financially healthy. There is a multi-year maintenance plan and home insurance.

The house is located on the edge of the center, around the corner from the Jordaan with all its nice shops and cozy restaurants. Would you like to stay nearby? Which can! The Hugo de Grootplein offers everything you would expect. Various cozy catering establishments and plenty of shops are literally on your doorstep. The Jordaan, Noordermarkt, the "Westergasfabriek terrein", the Haarlemmerdijk, the Negen Straatjes and De Hallen can also be reached within a few minutes. You only have to cross the street for your shopping. The Westerpark and the Vondelpark are also within walking distance. Here it is of course great to exercise or enjoy a snack and a drink in one of the cafes in the park. For boat enthusiasts there is the Nassaukade where you can moor a boat.

Ownership situation:
The house is located on municipal leasehold with a surrendered canon until 2052. The current period runs from April 1, 2002 to March 31, 2052. The General Provisions for continuous leasehold 2000 apply. The switch to perpetual lease has been applied for under the favorable conditions of 2019.

* Located on bought leasehold until 2052
* Transition to perpetual leasehold pending in 2019
* Year of construction: 2004
* Elevator
* 2 bedrooms
* Sunny terrace on the southwest
* Storage in the basement
* Healthy and active VvE
* Service costs 157,32 per month
* Delivery in consultation
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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
89 m²


Total number of rooms
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The Frederik Hendrikbuurt was built in the 19th century and lies between the Singelgracht and the Kostverlorenvaart. The inhabitants like this area of Amsterdam because of all the facilities it has to offer. On of those facilities is the Molen de Otter is a beautiful piece of historic heritage which is sustained by the perseverance of local inhabitants. The shopping area of this neighbourhood is called Hugo de Grootbuurt, there is a plaza with hospitality and many specialized shops. The inhabitants are diverse in terms of ethics as well as their income.

Frederik Hendrikstraat 180 B 1052JH Amsterdam

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