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Jan de Jonghkade 71 1063MH Amsterdam

Year of construction
Floor space
97 m²
Number of rooms


Spacious, light and neatly finished, well-laid 3-room apartment of approx. XX mē on the top floor, with spacious views over the water, private parking space and storage room and a sunny balcony on the Southwest!
The apartment is located above the shopping centre Plein 40-45 which can provide daily groceries including an Albert Heijn, Hema, Jumbo and Gall & Gall. From your apartment you can reach your own parking space in the enclosed parking garage. The complex is conveniently located. Haarlemmerweg and Ring A-10 and A5 are easily accessible. The stop of trams 7 and 13 (towards the city centre) is around the corner and within 5 minutes you will find metro 50. You can place your bike in the communal bike shed. Or you can put your bike in the spacious basement box which is located on the 1st floor.

Lay out:
Through the joint entrance you reach the seventh and also top floor of the apartment complex with the elevator. In addition, in the middle of the building is a separate residents entrance with stairs and elevator.
Entering via the hall with access to all rooms. On the left side of the hall is the main bedroom and on the right the 2nd bedroom. From the hall you reach the comfortable bathroom which is equipped with a bathtub including shower. The toilet is located separately and opposite the bathroom. There is also a separate study room or storage room located in the hall. At the end of the corridor you will find the generous and bright living room with magnificent views over the water. Here you can enjoy the sun on the balcony which is located on the Southwest. The half-open kitchen is connected to the living room and is set up in the corner. The luxury kitchen is equipped with the following installation equipment: dishwasher, refrigerator, combi microwave, hood and a gas cooker.
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Entry date
sold conditionally
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
97 m²


Total number of rooms
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MVA neighbourhood information: Slotermeer-Noordoost

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Jan de Jonghkade 71 1063MH Amsterdam

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