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Karperweg 7 3 1075LA Amsterdam

Year of construction
Floor space
117 m²
Number of rooms


Living with unobstructed views in Oud-Zuid!

This very bright double apartment (117m2) with three spacious bedrooms, south-facing balcony and spacious roof terrace (24m2) is located in the popular Schinkelbuurt. In 2017, the house was renovated to modern standards with a luxurious spacious kitchen and a bathroom the size of a ballroom.


Shared entrance on the street with a wide staircase (entrance is only shared with second-floor).

Second floor
Entrance apartment.

Third floor
You reach the spacious and light landing of the house through your own staircase. From here you can reach the living room, which extends over the entire depth of the apartment and therefore daylight enters both from the front and the rear. The sunny balcony with French doors is accessible from the living room. The luxurious semi-open kitchen is nice and large and equipped with all necessary built-in appliances. Here are also two built-in cupboards / storage rooms, one with the fuse box and one for the washing machine, dryer and central heating. On this floor there is also the separate toilet and a spacious bedroom at the front of the house. At the moment this room is in use as a study.

Fourth floor
The internal staircase provides access to the top floor. The enormous skylight (6m2) and the large windows at the rear (with shutters) provide a large and very light landing. On this floor you have access to two spacious bedrooms (front and rear) and the spacious bathroom with walk-in shower, double sink, toilet and a beautiful freestanding bath. An attic has been realized in the bedroom at the front. From the landing you also have access to the spacious, south-facing roof terrace of 24m2.

The Karperweg is located in the Schinkelbuurt and is around the corner from the Amstelveenseweg, the Haarlemmermeerstation and the Olympic Stadium. Within a few minutes you will find the southern entrance of the Vondelpark. You will find many restaurants & cafes on Amstelveenseweg and Stadionplein. But you can also go here and, for example, on the Zeilstraat for shops. You will find many nice private shops here, but also all the larger chains can be found here, such as Blokker, Etos, Anne & Max and De Drie Graefjes. For daily shopping you can go to the Albert Heijn on the Amstelveenseweg or on the Stadionplein.

Tram 24 departs from Stadionplein, just a few minutes' walk away. Buses 15 & 62 depart from Haarlemmermeer station. Tram 2 leaves from Zeilstraat. By car you can reach the Ring A10 within a few minutes.


• Year of construction: 1929;
• Living area: 117m2;
• Spacious roof terrace located on the south 24m2;
• Three spacious bedrooms;
• Active Owners Association with healthy cash position and MJOP, 6 members;
• Wooden parquet floor on the living floor, new carpet in the bedroom floor;
• Annual lease payments € 1305.90 per year (tax deductible);
• Application for perpetual leasehold under favorable conditions has been submitted on time;
• Monthly contribution VvE (Karperweg 5-7) of € 136.45;
• Delivery in consultation. Tax-favorable delivery possible before April 1, 2021.
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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
117 m²


Total number of rooms
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MVA neighbourhood information: Schinkelbuurt

The Schinkelbuurt is a 19th century neighbourhood in between the Vondelpark and the Schinkel. This neighbourhood is appealing to starters and beginning entrepreneurs. Several residential areas can be found within the neighbourhood, which are all built in style of the “Amsterdamse School” and part of the Plan South van Berlage. Several sport facilities can also be found within this neighbourhood.

Karperweg 7 3 1075LA Amsterdam

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