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Iepenplein 80 B 1091JR Amsterdam

Amount € 385.000 

Year of construction
Floor space
60 m²
Number of rooms


Light, nicely arranged two-room apartment measuring 60m² with a lift, storeroom and sunny, south-west-facing balcony. This freehold property is located in the popular Oosterpark neighbourhood and provides optimum privacy.

Communal entrance with a wide staircase, a lift and access to the storerooms.

Third and fourth floors:
The lift takes you to the third floor, and the front door to this apartment. Arriving on the fourth floor, you enter a hall that leads to the living area. There is an open-plan kitchen with various fitted appliances. The living room itself has large windows and a lovely view. A sliding door opens onto the south-west-facing balcony. The spacious bedroom at the front of the apartment is large enough to set up a workstation. The en-suite bathroom features a bath with a shower, a vanity unit with a basin and the connection for a washing machine. A separate toilet with a handbasin is in the hall.

The apartment is located in the popular Oosterpark neighbourhood, close to lots of lively bars and cafés with pavement terraces, and shops for daily groceries in Eerste Oosterparkstraat and Beukenplein. The fabulous Oosterpark is just around the corner, as is Weesperzijde. It is close to the Amstel River and within easy reach of public transport, including Wibautstraat metro station and Amstel mainline station. Wibautstraat takes you straight onto the A-10 Ring Road by car.

- Apartment right for approx. 60m² (NEN 2580 measuring report available);
- Spacious bedroom with en-suite bathroom;
- 6 m² south-west-facing balcony/terrace;
- Lift;
- Freehold property, no ground rent;
- Storeroom with 9 m² of storage space in the basement;
- Transfer subject to agreement;
- Active, financially healthy homeowners’ association (VvE).
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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
60 m²


Total number of rooms
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MVA neighbourhood information: Oosterparkbuurt

The Oosterparkbuurt is part of the 19th century area and has an important green facility: The ‘Oosterpark’. The spatial pattern with long streets is defined into several plazas which all have a sustainable look and design. Within this area you can find several big buildings for offices and higher education.

Iepenplein 80 B 1091JR Amsterdam

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