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Kromme-Mijdrechtstraat 28 1 1079KW Amsterdam

Year of construction
Floor space
46 m²
Number of rooms


Modern finished apartment with 2 rooms of approx. 46m2. The balcony is located on the east and at the topfloor there is a seperate storage room of approx. 6m2. The house was completely renovated in 2015. The kitchen, bathroom, floors, central heating system and electricity have been renewed.


First floor:

The apartment is on the first floor and can be reached via the joint entrance. This staircase will soon be renovated by the VvE. The hall has enough space for a wardrobe. The modern kitchen has a light color scheme and is equipped with a 4 burner gas hob, dishwasher, refrigerator, combination oven and plenty storage space. The living room is located at the front and is very light. The bedroom with air conditioning and closet wall provides access to the balcony, located on the east.

The bathroom has a neutral and modern finish and is equipped with a walk-in shower, washbasin, floor heating and the connection for the washing machine and dryer. From here you can also reach the second balcony which is small. The hall provides access to the separate toilet.

The entire apartment has a beautiful laminate floor.

In the attic is a separate storage room of approx. 6 m2.


The house is located in Amsterdam South in the popular Rivierenbuurt, with lots of nature in the area such as the Amstelpark, Beatrixpark and the Martin Luther King park. The tram, ring road A10 (S109 / S110) and A2 can be reached within a few minutes. When you get on the bike you are in De Pijp or in the city center within a few minutes. On the Rijnstraat you will find all stores for daily shopping and restaurants for dinner, lunch or for a drink on the terrace.

The apartment is ideally located. The A2 and the A10 ring road can be reached in 5 minutes. Public transport is around the corner with trams and buses on the Vrijheidslaan. Amstel Station and RAI Station are easily accessible within 5 to 7 minutes by bike from the apartment.

-Completely renovated in 2015
-Bedroom with air conditioning
-Sought after location
-Leasehold on the ground until 2064, the application for perpetual leasehold has been done on time
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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
46 m²


Total number of rooms
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Kromme-Mijdrechtstraat 28 1 1079KW Amsterdam

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