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Haarlemmerweg 157 II 1051KZ Amsterdam

Year of construction
Floor space
106 m²
Number of rooms



Spacious and bright apartment of 106 m2 with a front width of 9.5 meters on the Westerpark, with two French balconies and a sunny terrace of 15 m2 located on the south.

The two buildings at no. 157 and no. 159 were completely renovated in 2011 and split into five apartment rights. By joining the two buildings horizontally, this apartment is 9.5 meters wide and has six windows and two French balconies with a view to the Westerpark.
This makes the house very bright and has a practical "square" layout. There is 1 bedroom but it is fairly easy to create a second or third bedroom by placing a wall and a door.

Common staircase, the entrance of the house is on the second floor.
The living room is spacious and through the six windows (with double glazing) an amazing amount of light comes in. At the rear is the spacious open kitchen with cooking island and access to the balcony. The (Swiss) kitchen is equipped with a refrigerator, separate freezer, combi oven, induction plate (4 burners) with extractor hood, dishwasher and many wide drawers and storage space. The built-in equipment is from Siemens.

The bathroom is spacious and luxurious with a bubble bath, separate walk-in rain shower, toilet, double sink, floor heating, radio and mechanical ventilation. The built-in cupboard offers space for the washing machine and dryer. Furthermore, the apartment also has a separate (guest) toilet. The bathroom is also accessible from the bedroom.

The bedroom is spacious and also has access to the balcony. If desired, a second smaller children's / guest room or office can be created here, but a second or third bedroom could also be made in the living room.

The entire apartment has an oak slat parquet floor.

The extra deep balcony is no less than 15 m2, has a storage room and due to its location on the south there is sun all day.

The apartment is located directly opposite the Westergasfabriek site, which is a unique combination of nature and culture. There is a picnic area, a petting zoo, various terraces, restaurants and a cinema. The beautifully landscaped Westerpark is a true runners' paradise, and offers plenty of opportunities for sports, relaxation and recreation.
The Haarlemmerstraat is an extension of the Haarlemmerweg. This street has been named the nicest shopping street in the Netherlands. You will find all kinds of shops here, from small boutiques, specialized stores to trendy restaurants and bars.
The neighborhood borders the Jordaan with all its nice shops, cozy cafes and special restaurants.

The apartment is easily accessible both by private and public transport. Via the S-103 you are quickly on the Ring A-10 and the stop of tram 5 is around the corner on the Van Hallstraat (goes directly to the Museum District and Leidseplein).
Buses 18, 21 and 22 stop at Haarlemmerweg itself and head towards Central Station and Sloterdijk Station.
Both stations are around 10 minutes by bike.

The apartment is part of the association of owners Haarlemmerweg 157-159 and is on OWN land, so no leasehold. The association of owners is professionally managed by Delair Vastgoedbeheer. The service costs are approximately € 91.50 per month.

- own ground
- unobstructed view
- possibility of 2 or 3 bedrooms
- NEN 2580 measured, measurement report available
- energy rating D
- spacious sunny balcony of 15 m2 (Z) and 2 French balconies
- active VVE, professionally managed
- service costs € 91.50 per month
- delivery in consultation from 15 February 2020

All information contained in this offer has been compiled by us with great care. However, with regard to this information, we accept no liability, nor can any rights be derived from the information provided. If applicable, already paid transfer tax will be returned to the seller.

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106 m²


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MVA neighbourhood information: Staatsliedenbuurt

The Staatsliedenbuurt used to be a neighbourhood where the working classes of Amsterdam lived but that’s changed. Nowadays many students and creative artist live in this part of Amsterdam. The neighbourhood has a relatively high educational level and there is a strong interest in culture and art. The neighbourhood is renovated with preservation of character which led to a neighbourhood with their inhabitants as their strenght. More than ninety different cultures live in this area of Amsterdam. The ‘Westergasfabriek’ is the neighbourhood’s biggest cultural tourist spot and the pride of the Staatsliedenbuurt.

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