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Grootzeilhof 6 1034LX Amsterdam

Year of construction
Floor space
75 m²
Number of rooms


In a popular spot in Amsterdam-North, we offer this fine 3-room CORNER-apartment of approx 75 m2. A short walk from the North-South line and a nice spacious balcony located on the WEST. On the first floor you will find your own storage room.

Upon entering you will be immediately overwhelmed by the light in the living room. The cozy open kitchen with built-in appliances completes the picture. And we haven't even mentioned the sunny balcony yet ....

In short: A very bright corner apartment located in the popular North Amsterdam, near shopping Boven 't Y and within walking distance of the North-South line!

Do you want to experience this nice apartment yourself? Call us and we will gladly show you the apartment!

The apartment is located in a park-like green area in Amsterdam North. The well maintained complex is located on a very child friendly car-free residential area the Banne. In the neighborhood there are plenty of amenities such as schools, childcare, playgrounds, sports and culture. For daily shopping you can go to the shopping center "Banne", shopping center ''Boven 't Y'' or the attractive Van der Pekbuurt with several boutique stores, restaurants and market. The picturesque Buiksloterdijk, with its authentic dike houses is around the corner and the Noorderpark. With 10 minutes of cycling you are in rural North (including Schellingwoude, Zunderdorp and Ransdorp), where you can enjoy the tranquility of nature. In the emerging Vogelbuurt and the popular NDSM area you will find a diversity of bars, restaurants and cultural venues. Amsterdam-Noord is developing rapidly, with the North-South line starting at Noorderpark and Buikslotermeerplein. Both stops are within 5 minutes cycling distance, so the center and the Zuidas are within reach. The other public transport connections to various parts of the city are good. The ferry Buiksloterweg - CS is only 10 minutes cycling distance. By car you are within minutes on the Ring A10 from where you can go in all directions (A1, A2, A4 and A8) and the IJtunnel towards Amsterdam-Centre. Parking is free and without a permit, there is ample space in the area.

Through the communal entrance with mailboxes and doorbells you reach the entrance of this apartment via the staircase. Second floor, entrance, hallway/corridor, two spacious bedrooms, separate toilet with washbasin, bathroom with a shower, washbasin and washing machine connection, very bright spacious living room with a kitchen with appliances, from the living room you have access to a spacious balcony (west) over the full width of the house.

In the basement you will find a large storage room.

Special features:
- Living area approx 75 m2
- The ground rent has been paid off to 31 December 2053.
- Service costs: about 105 euros per month
- Heating and hot water by central heating boiler (Remeha, 2019)
- Active homeowner
- Storage in the basement
- Starting point of the North-South line very nearby
- Close to nature reserves Waterland, Ilperveld and Twiske.
- Many amenities are within walking distance. (Park, public transport, shopping center Boven 't IJ and Banne Center)
- There is ample free parking in the immediate vicinity.
- 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
75 m²


Total number of rooms
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MVA neighbourhood information: Banne Buiksloot

Banne North and South were mostly built during the sixties and seventies. The streets are named after ship types and other concepts from the shipping industry. Banne South had many flats but, those have mostly been replaced by new buildings. Residential area Banne North is green and has a low-traffic rate. Banne East was also built during the nineties and consists of mainly single family houses. The Bezaanjachtplein, at the corner of the Ijdoornlaan, is the Banne-Center, realized with houses, a shopping centre, library and a multifunctional center/district house.

Grootzeilhof 6 1034LX Amsterdam

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