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Jan Haringstraat 9 I 1056XE Amsterdam

Year of construction
Floor space
52 m²
Number of rooms


Located in a quiet street in the popular Bos en Lommer you will find this bright 2-bedroom apartment (approx. 52 m˛) with southwest facing balcony.

Through the communal staircase you reach the apartment on the second floor.
You enter the hall from where you have access to all rooms.
The spacious living room, with gas stove, is located at the front and enjoys natural light through the large windows.

The bedroom is located at the rear and gives access through sliding doors to the balcony which covers the entire width of the apartment. Also, the bedroom is equipped with two closets. On either side of the balcony are two closets that provide storage space and the convenient location on the southwest you can enjoy the sun. At the rear you will also find the kitchen, from here you can also reach the balcony. The bathroom has a shower and toilet and is accessible from the hall.

The apartment is equipped with tilt and turn windows with double glazing and a laminate floor.


This apartment is ideally situated in a very well maintained and quiet street in Bos en Lommer, on the border with the Baarsjes. Within walking/cycling distance are the Erasmus Park and the always bustling Jordaan! For daily shopping and a variety of stores you can visit the nearby Jan van Galenstraat and Jan Evertsenstraat. Just 5 minutes away by bike is the Jordaan with all its coziness of markets, restaurants and cafes. The apartment is also convenient to public transport (streetcar 19, bus 18 and 21) and also by car you are within minutes on the Ring A-10, A-4 and A-9.

Parking here is possible through a residents permit, at this address it is possible to apply for two permits. Costs are for the first permit € 140.54 and for the second permit € 351.36 per 6 months. Currently there is no waiting time for the application (see website municipality of Amsterdam!

Ground lease
The building of which the apartment is a part, is situated on leasehold land (municipality of Amsterdam). General Provisions 2000 apply. Annual canon is € 347.66, there is a 1-year indexation. Current term runs from May 1, 2008 to April 30, 2058.

- The Owners' Association of the Jan Haringstraat 3 building in Amsterdam
- Consists of 3 apartment rights
- The administration is done by Yepro
- Active and healthy Owners Association
- The monthly contribution to the Owners Association is € 134

Special features:
- Living area approx. 52 m˛
- Built year approximately 1933
- Fully double glazed
- Heating by gas stove and hot water by geyser
- There is a non self occupancy clause applicable
- Acceptance in consultation

Measurement instruction
The property has been measured using the "Meetinstructie", which is based on the standards laid down in NEN 2580. The Measuring Instruction is intended to provide a more uniform way of measuring to give an indication of the usable area. The Measurement Instruction does not fully exclude differences in measurement results due to differences in interpretation, rounding off and limitations in the execution of a measurement.

The house has been measured by a reliable professional company and the Purchaser indemnifies the employees of Voorma & Millenaar makelaars o.g. and the Seller for any deviations in the stated measurements. The Purchaser declares that he has been given the opportunity to measure the sold property himself in accordance with NEN 2580.
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Entry date
sold conditionally
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement


Year of construction

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Floor space
52 m²


Total number of rooms
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MVA neighbourhood information: Landlust

Landlust is the area between the Jan van Galenstraat, Westelijk Marktkanaal, Haarlemmerweg, Bos en Lommerweg and the Admiraal the Ruijterweg. Landlust is a residential area with wide stretches of residential and community gardens. The Jan van Galenstraat is the shopping street of this area with a diverse range of shops. Famous shops such as Cartier can be found within this street but also small specialized shops such as ‘’De Kweker’’ are welcome. This mix of shops make this area very interesting for a broad public and attracts many people.

Jan Haringstraat 9 I 1056XE Amsterdam

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