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Hoofdweg 353 - III 1056CP Amsterdam

Asking price € 340.000 k.k.

Year of construction
Floor space
59 m²
Number of rooms


Beautiful sun filled, one bedroom apartment (59m˛) with a balcony facing the southwest. The apartment is located in the middle of the cozy and bustling city district of 'De Baarsjes'. Within walking distance, you will find many cozy cafes and restaurants. Within a 10 minute radius by bike you will find Sloterdijk station or arrive at Amsterdam city center.

Layout: Located on the third floor, you will find this bright one bedroom apartment, which connects with the main entrance of the building through a well-maintained staircase (fully refurbished in 2014)

Living room has French windows reaching the ceiling and wide granite windowsills, that brighten up the room. It has two deep walk-in closets that can be used as workspace. In 2008 the stretch ceilings were replaced by plasterboard and plastered neatly. The hallway and living room have a beautiful pine wood flooring, which was sanded and varnished in 2020. The bathroom has a shower, toilet and sink, furnished with granite flooring and glass shower wall. Towards the back of the apartment you will find a spacious kitchen with access to the wide and sunny balcony facing the southwest. The kitchen has beautiful Mediterranean flooring made of old square marble stones. The sleek, modern Brugman kitchen was installed in 2011. It has a built-in espresso machine, induction hob, a washer / dryer combination (renewed in 2019) and a dishwasher. The balcony has two balcony cabinets with plenty of storage space. The spacious bedroom has a warm cork flooring (installed in 2016) and also offers access to the balcony through French doors.

On the top floor, the apartment has a bright storage room.

The house is located on the westside of Amsterdam, in the middle of the popular ´De Baarsjes´ district. In recent years, the neighborhood has developed into a popular living area with a wide range of shops, trendy boutiques, cozy coffee houses and many hotspots on the Mercatorplein. The shopping streets such as Jan Evertsenstraat, Postjesweg, Kinkerstraat and Jan Pieter Heijestraat are nearby. For a lively market in Amsterdam Oud-West you can visit the Ten Kate market. The house is located near the Rembrandtpark and the Erasmuspark where you can spend time for relaxation and recreation. Sports facilities are available in the Sportplaza Mercator, such as a luxury gym including a spacious indoor and outdoor pool.

The apartment is easily accessible. Within walking distance you will find good connections to public transport; several bus and tram stops are nearby. You can reach Sloterdijk Station in 10 minutes by taking bus #15 and when taking tram 17 you can reach Amsterdam Central Station in 15 minutes. By car you can connect direct to the Ring A10. Prefer to cycle? It will only take you 5 minutes to get to De 9 Straatjes, the Vondelpark, or the cozy Food- and Movie halls by bike.

Owners Association
There is an active Owners Association. The VvE is professionally managed by VvE Beheer Amsterdam. The service costs are € 116.95 per month. An up-to-date multi-year maintenance plan is available.

Ground lease
The house is located on ground lease issued by the Municipality of Amsterdam. The ground lease has been surrendered until 2053. The offer for perpetual surrender with the advantageous scheme of the municipality of Amsterdam has been requested.

In short: A unique, very bright apartment in a nice neighborhood with all amenities nearby.

- Split in apartment rights in 2003;
- Built in 1927;
- Municipal monumental building;
- Built in Amsterdam School style by architect H.Th. Wijdeveld;
- Living area 59m˛ (NEN measurement report available);
- Well insulated and fully double glazed;
- Storage room in the attic (6m˛);
- Balcony covering the entire southwest side (afternoon and evening sun);
- Possibility of an alternative layout with 2 bedrooms;
- Easily accessible by public transport;
- Professionally managed and active VvE;
- Ground lease payed for until 31-01-2053;
- Delivery available on short notice.

Copyright Francis Helmig makelaardij - NVM makelaar Amsterdam
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Type of house/apartment
Upper-floor apartment
Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
59 m²
External storage space
6 m²
150 m³


Total number of rooms
Number of bedrooms
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The Jan van Galenstraat is the main street within the van Galenbuurt and the connection between Nieuw West and Amsterdam Centrum. The street got its name in 1925 and was named after the Dutch fleet Jan van Galen. The area has Food Center Amsterdam, Erasmuspark and Sportpark Jan van Galen at walking distance.

Hoofdweg 353 - III 1056CP Amsterdam

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