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Jozef Israelskade 34 1072RX Amsterdam

Asking price € 1.050.000 

Year of construction
Floor space
127 m²
Number of rooms


Spacious ground floor apartment of approximately 127 m² located in a fantastic and quiet location on the water in the popular district The Pijp around the corner from neighborhood Rivierenbuurt. The apartment was completely renovated a few years ago and includes a bright and spacious living room with a luxurious open kitchen with island, 3 bedrooms and a spacious bathroom.

Private entrance from the ground floor.

Ground floor
Tour portal, separate and spacious toilet room. Spacious and bright living room with luxurious open kitchen. The kitchen is equipped with a sink island with bar arrangement. The kitchen is equipped with a 4-burner gas stove, an extractor hood, a fridge/freezer combination (SMEG separate), a dishwasher, a large-sized wine climate cabinet, a combi oven/microwave and a steam oven. The backyard is accessible from the living room through double doors and measures approximately 29 m². The garden is adjacent to the communal (ornamental) garden and has a wooden shed of approximately 6 m².

The ground floor is finished with beautiful oak floor parts (herringbone) and equipped with two recesses with walkable glass for (day) light entry into the basement.

Central hall, 3 bedrooms and a spacious bathroom. The master bedroom is located at the rear of the house. The bathroom has recently been renovated and is equipped with a (semi-detached) bath, a walk-in shower with wall outlet and hand shower, a (floating) toilet and a washbasin with 2 mixer taps. The washing/drying room is separate and accessible from the hall as well as the central heating room (HR Nefit combi boiler from 2010). The basement is fully equipped with underfloor heating and has a beautiful ceiling height of approximately 2.61 m.

The house is part of the active and healthy Association of Owners "De Vincent 1" consisting of 160 apartment rights divided over the buildings at Jozef Israelskade 21 to 42, Ferdinand Bolstraat 436 to 460, Pienemanstraat 33 to 63 and Vincent van Goghstraat 100 to 200. The association is professionally administered by VvE Beheer Amsterdam and the service costs are approximately € 245 per month. There is a multi-year maintenance plan (MJOB up to and including 2035) and as of January 1, 2021 there was a reserve fund of approximately € 1.350,000. In 2025, the association intends to replace the plastic frames at the front with new wooden frames.

The house is located on the edge of the popular The Pijp on a quiet street directly on the waterway (Amstelkanaal). Mooring a boat is one of the possibilities. The Ferdinand Bolstraat is just around the corner with various trendy shops and cozy restaurants, including Loetje and Brouwerij Troost. For daily shopping you can visit the always lively Albert Cuyp market or one of the many specialty shops in the area. If you would like to take a walk or go for a run, there are the surrounding parks such as the lively Sarphatipark, the quiet Beatrixpark, the large Amstelpark where there is always something to do or of course the popular Vondelpark. You can get outside the city to the Amstel within 10 minutes by bike. Art and culture enthusiasts don't have to look far either: the Concertgebouw and the Museumplein are less than a 15-minute walk away.

Ideal and favorable location in relation to public transport facilities and roads. Several bus, tram and metro stops are within walking distance. With the North/South line you are within 4 minutes in the center and in 6 minutes at the Central Station. The A10-Zuid ring road and the A2 can be reached by car in a few minutes. The waiting time for a parking permit is currently approximately 7 months (permit area South 3.2 De Pijp Zuid reference date August 2021).

The continuous leasehold has been bought off until June 15, 2054 (AB2000). The seller has applied to switch to perpetual leasehold under favorable conditions. Switching is possible with an annual ground rent obligation from June 16, 2054 of € 2.512,28 per year. The commutation of the perpetual ground rent obligation amounts to a total of € 42.032.

- Ground floor apartment of approximately 127 m² (measurement report available);
- Internally (completely) renovated and expanded in 2011;
- Spacious and bright living room, luxury kitchen with island, 3 bedrooms and a spacious bathroom;
- Beautiful wooden (herringbone) floor on the ground floor;
- Fully double glazing & (partly) underfloor heating (HR Nefit combi boiler from 2010);
- Beautiful ceiling height in the basement of approximately 2.61 m;
- Backyard adjacent to communal (ornamental) garden;
- Located in a quiet street on (water) water in the popular district of The Pijp;
- Healthy and active association;
- Professional association administrator and multi-year maintenance budget available (MJOB up to and including 2035);
- Service costs approximately € 245 per month;
- Redeemed ground lease until June 15, 2054 - transfer possible under favorable conditions.
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Floor space
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