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IJselstraat 54 I 1078CK Amsterdam

Year of construction
Floor space
56 m²
Number of rooms


Unique opportunity for those who want to live in the popular Rivierenbuurt neigborhood! This beautiful, well-maintained three-room apartment (1925) is located on the first floor in a quiet street in the Rivierenbuurt. The house has a nice living room, two bedrooms and a small balcony with unobstructed views of the inner gardens.

The apartment is within walking distance of the famous 'Pijp' area. In the nearby Rijnstraat, Scheldestraat, Van Woustraat and Maasstraat you will also find numerous shops and cozy cafes and restaurants. A supermarket for daily shopping can be found within a few minutes' walk. Also within walking distance you will find childcare, several primary schools and various forms of secondary education. The Beatrixpark, the Sarphatipark and the Martin Luther Kingpark are within a few minutes walk from the house. You will also find various medical and sports facilities in the immediate vicinity of the house.

Bus and tram stops are just around the corner, and the Amsterdam RAI and Amsterdam Amstel train stations can be reached within five minutes by bike. The same applies to the Ceintuurbaan stop of the North-South metro line. By car it takes only a few minutes to reach the A10 ring road or the A2 motorway.

Apartment: you reach the front door through the authentic porch. Entrance with the bright L-shaped living room directly on your right. The living room receives daylight through three windows, and is large enough for a sitting area, a dining table and a workplace. The walls and ceilings are sleek and there is laminate flooring that extends over the entire floor with the exception of the sanitary facilities. In the hallway you will also find a storage closet, a neatly tiled wall-mounted toilet with sink (white wall tiles and dark gray floor tiles), access to the kitchen with balcony and access to both bedrooms. The bathroom can be reached through the kitchen.

The kitchen (Bruynzeel brand) is located at the rear of the house, next to both bedrooms. The kitchen has high-gloss white fronts, white tiling and a dark counter top. All modern equipment (ATAG brand) is available. The connection for the washing machine can also be found in the kitchen. Through the kitchen you reach the bathroom with a walk-in shower and a sink with mirror. Both bedrooms are neatly finished and receive sufficient daylight. One of the bedrooms has access to the balcony, on which there is a storage closet.

You can park in the street via a permit system and paid parking.

• Surrendered leasehold until July 31, 2062; the General Provisions 2000 apply;
• Apartment service costs € 113,98 per month;
• Very nice three-room apartment with an excellent location in the popular Rivierenbuurt neighborhood
• Small balcony with unobstructed view of the inner gardens
• In a quiet street, but with all amenities at hand, such as childcare, supermarket, nice shops, restaurants and cafes
• Within walking distance of the cozy Pijp district
• Excellent public transport facilities in the immediate vicinity
• Major roads easily accessible
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sold conditionally
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By mutual agreement


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Year of construction

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Floor space
56 m²


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MVA neighbourhood information: IJselbuurt

The IJsselbuurt is a quiet residential area in Amsterdam South. The area mainly consists of houses dated from the 30’s. The neighbourhood is located along the Amstel River, just below ‘’de Pijp’’. The area offers all kinds of hotspots such as restaurants, specialty shops, Amstel, Sarphatipark and the Albert Cupymarkt. Public transport can be found at the Amstelstation, which is located just outside the neighbourhood.

IJselstraat 54 I 1078CK Amsterdam

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