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Krasseurstraat 39 1033DG Amsterdam

Year of construction
Floor space
102 m²
Number of rooms
Lot size
131 m²


Living in a quiet car-free courtyard around the corner from the NDSM site in the popular Amsterdam North! This beautiful single-family house was built in 1990 and has a living space of 102 m2 and 3 spacious bedrooms. The plot is 131 m2, allowing parking on site.

The location is central in the city. Everything is close by: schools, shops, parks, playgrounds, sports, cafes, festivals, the city center and the central station. You are in no time at the NDSM site and the ferry to the Center. Loetje, Pllek, De Goudfazant, the IJhallen, Eye Filmmuseum and A’DAM tower, a petting zoo and the Noorderpark are also within walking or cycling distance of the Krasseurstraat. The North-South line and the roads are easily accessible.

Entrance / hall with meter cupboard and a toilet with wash basin. Here is also the stairs to the first floor. The closed kitchen is at the front and equipped with various built-in appliances. The living room has a stair cupboard and beautiful large sliding doors which give access to the garden.

There are two bedrooms on the first floor. The lightly tiled bathroom has a toilet, shower and a sink.

On the second floor is the third bedroom with two large skylights. Here is the option to place a dormer window. The central heating boiler is placed on the landing and here is the possibility to place a washing machine and a dryer.

The backyard with a generous stone shed is on the southeast. In front of the house is the possibility to park on site.

- Year of construction 1990
- Living area is 102 m2 excluding the storage room (NEN2580)
- Beautiful garden on the southeast
- Completely isolated
- Energy label B
- Parking on site
- Wooden sliding doors to the garden

Ground lease
- The General Terms and Conditions of Amsterdam 1966 apply
- The period runs from April 16, 1989 to April 15, 2039
- The canon has been bought up to April 15, 2039

There is parking for one car on site. In addition, there are plenty of public parking spaces where you can park for free.
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Entry date
sold conditionally
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement


Type of house/apartment
Single-family home
Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
102 m²
Lot size
131 m²


Total number of rooms
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MVA neighbourhood information: Tuindorp Oostzaan

Tuindorp Oostzaan is a neighbourhood which originates from the early 20s and mainly consists of single family houses in Amsterdam school style. These houses together with several public areas form the protected part of Amsterdam. The hub of Tuindorp lies at the Zonneplein with the monumental Sunhouse. Several theater productions and music performances are held at the Sunhouse every year.

Krasseurstraat 39 1033DG Amsterdam

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