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Joan Melchior Kemperstraat 107 3 1051TM Amsterdam

Asking price € 500.000 

Year of construction
Floor space
77 m²
Number of rooms


Charming and very light upper house on the 3rd and 4th floor of a characteristic building built in the early 1900s, located on freehold (no ground lease) and at a top location: in the middle of the popular Staatsliedenbuurt, with the Westerpark and the Westergasfabriek around the corner.
The house has been tastefully renovated with a playful layout. The living room at the cozy street side and the dining area, kitchen and balcony at the rear with a view on the greenery of the courtyard. Upstairs two bedrooms, a modern bathroom and possibility for a small roof terrace.

Via the common staircase to the 3rd floor. Entrance into the apartment. The living room is located at the front and has patio doors to a French balcony. There is also a storage cupboard with the meter cupboard next to it. From the living room a spacious passage to the dining area at the rear. The dining area has a stylish fireplace and the large window provides a lot of light and a view on the greenery of the inner garden.
To the right is the kitchen, which is L-shaped and equipped with a wooden worktop, 4-burner gas hob, extractor hood, oven, dishwasher, separate fridge/freezer, storage space in cupboards and drawers and a cupboard with the central heating boiler. There is also an opening window in the kitchen and a door to the balcony. Furthermore there is also a toilet and a storage cupboard on this floor. Via the open staircase to the 4th floor.
Spacious bedroom with characteristic beams and French windows to the possible to create roof terrace. In addition to space for a double bed, the room also offers space for (clothing) closets. Here is also the setup for washing machine and dryer, neatly behind louvered doors. Door to hallway with on the left an entrance door to the staircase and on the right the neat and modern bathroom, with spacious walk-in shower, large washbasin with mirror, toilet and towel radiator.
At the end of the hallway, at the front of the building, is a second cozy bedroom.

In this quiet part of the beloved Staatsliedenbuurt you live near the Westerpark and the Westergasfabrieksterrein. There you will find Mossel & Gin, Brewery Troost, West Pacific, the Ketelhuis cinema, De Bakkerswinkel and many more hotspots within walking distance. Also nearby: Café Restaurant Amsterdam and Café Piet de Gruyter.
The Westerpark around the corner is ideal for running and other sports. There you will also regularly find markets on Sundays. Close by, on the Van Limburg Stirumstraat, you will find all the shops for your daily shopping. For boutiques and more cafes, you can cycle to the Haarlemmerdijk or the Jordaan in less than 5 minutes.

The house is easily accessible by public transport via tram 3, with a stop around the corner on Van Hallstraat. In less than 10 minutes cycling you are at Amsterdam Central Station or Amsterdam Sloterdijk Station and by car you can reach the A10 ring very quickly via exit S103.

- Built in 1905;
- Freehold (no ground lease);
- Double upstairs apartment on the 3rd and 4th floor;
- Living area of approximately 77 m² (NEN2580 report available);
- Balcony on the southeast;
- Roof terrace on the 4th floor (not licensed);
- Wooden frames with double glazing;
- Heating and hot water by means of a central heating boiler (type Intergas, year of construction 2002);
- Small VvE with 4 members under its own management by the members (VvE Joan Melchior Kemperstraat 107);
- Service costs are approximately € 275 per year;
- Energy label A;
- Delivery in consultation.
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Type of house/apartment
Upper-floor apartment
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Existing property
Year of construction

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Floor space
77 m²


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MVA neighbourhood information: Staatsliedenbuurt

The Staatsliedenbuurt used to be a neighbourhood where the working classes of Amsterdam lived but that’s changed. Nowadays many students and creative artist live in this part of Amsterdam. The neighbourhood has a relatively high educational level and there is a strong interest in culture and art. The neighbourhood is renovated with preservation of character which led to a neighbourhood with their inhabitants as their strenght. More than ninety different cultures live in this area of Amsterdam. The ‘Westergasfabriek’ is the neighbourhood’s biggest cultural tourist spot and the pride of the Staatsliedenbuurt.

Joan Melchior Kemperstraat 107 3 1051TM Amsterdam

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