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Hondecoeterstraat 20 III 1071LS Amsterdam

Year of construction
Floor space
147 m²
Number of rooms


Beautiful, light upstairs freehold apartment with 147 m² of living space, situated in the quiet, leafy Hondecoeterstraat, in the Oud-Zuid neighbourhood of Amsterdam.
Own entrance and front door, two balconies and a private, sunny rooftop terrace.

Own entrance and front door (stairs with a slight bend) take you into a long hall with access to all of the rooms on the third floor. A strikingly wide living room at the front of the apartment with stunning daylight, large windows and doors opening onto a 'tea for two' balcony. The high ceiling is adorned with original elements and complemented by stained-glass windows above the doors. The ceilings were restored to their former glory in 2015. The fireplace works, making the living room both warm and cosy in winter. On one side of the room, there are fitted bookshelves and swing doors to the spacious semi-open kitchen with fitted appliances. On the other side, authentic pocket doors (with storage space on both sides) lead into a generous back room with French doors opening onto a very comfortable second balcony providing a good view of the courtyard garden. A separate toilet and utility room are also in the hall. At the rear of the property, you will find a nice, light bathroom featuring a bath, double washbasins, walk-in shower and under-floor heating. A good-sized bedroom with a door to a decent storeroom is also at the rear, the quiet side of the property. A staircase in the hall takes you to the fourth floor, where you will find a large master bedroom complete with its own basin. This bedroom leads to a large storeroom and the private, sun-soaked rooftop terrace.

The property is in a central position in the Concertgebouwbuurt neighbourhood, just around the corner from The Concertgebouw, Museumplein square, Rijksmuseum, Van Gogh Museum, Stedelijk Museum, PC Hooftstraat, Vondelpark and a wealth of friendly restaurants and pavement cafés. The Albert Cuyp market is a 12-minute walk away, and you can walk to two supermarkets within 10 minutes. The apartment is very convenient for the Zuidas and Schiphol airport. The A10 ring road (junction RAI or OUD-ZUID) is within easy reach by car, and tram routes 3, 5, 12, and 24 and various bus routes are close by.

- 147 m² of living space (in accordance with NEN 2580)
- Freehold property, so NO ground rent
- Two balconies and a rooftop terrace
- Homeowners’ association (VvE) with cash reserves of approx. €28,000
- Monthly contribution to homeowners’ association of €100
- Long-term maintenance plan available
- The front and rear of the entire building were painted in 2020
- Transfer subject to agreement
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sold conditionally
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement


Type of house/apartment
Upper-floor apartment
Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction

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Floor space
147 m²


Total number of rooms
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Hondecoeterstraat 20 III 1071LS Amsterdam

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