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Kuipersstraat 153 HS 1073ER Amsterdam

Asking price € 335.000 

Year of construction
Floor space
37 m²
Number of rooms



This sleekly renovated apartment is on the ground floor of a building that dates back to 1905, built on freehold land. The apartment has been extensively and tastefully renovated both inside and outside, and now has an entirely new bathroom, a new kitchen, and window panes with double glazing.

The Home Owners’ Association consists of three members and is managed by the owners. The service charges are €30 per month.

The communal entrance with the staircase leads directly to the private front door of this cosy apartment.

The living room is at the front and looks out onto the sociable Kuipersstraat. The new open-plan kitchen is at the back of the house and has white units and built-in appliances that include a fridge, a dishwasher, a combi-microwave, and a 4-burner gas stove. The kitchen also gives access to the small, south-facing and fully tiled garden.

The bedroom and the bathroom are also positioned at the back so they are wonderfully quiet. The small hallway to the bathroom has a built-in closet with the central heating system.

The bathroom has been entirely renovated and tiled with the typical ‘underground’ wall tiles and black and white floor tiles. The bathroom features a large walk-in shower, a washbasin unit, a large mirror, a design radiator, and a toilet.

The rest of the apartment has sleek laminate flooring.

The apartment is located in one of Amsterdam’s most popular and sociable areas called De Pijp. The Kuipersstraat leads to the Van Woustraat and then to the Amsteldijk. Apart from the world-famous Albert Cuyp Market, the area boasts loads of exotic shops, small creative and artisanal businesses and, of course, plenty of great cafés, bars, and restaurants. The Ceintuurbaan is practically around the corner as well. A great novelty is that the Albert Cuyp can now also be reached by boat from other parts of the city. The jetty at the Stadhouderskade, around the corner of the Van Woustraat, has been included in the Canal Bus services. The apartment is very easily accessible by public transport, and by car via several arterial roads. For relaxation, you have the Sarphatipark nearby.

There is paid on-street parking (from 09:00 - 24:00, except on Sundays) and residents can apply for a parking permit. According to the website of the Amsterdam municipality, there is no waiting list for parking permits (waiting list details per 3 November 2020, permit area 3.2 – De Pijp-Zuid). The current costs for a parking permit are €173.25 per 6 months.

- Renovated 1-bedroom apartment of 37 m2 (GFA 41 m2);
- Situated on freehold land;
- Foundation renovated in 2005;
- Small south-facing garden;
- Smoothly stuccoed walls and double glazing;
- Beautiful integrated and dimmable LED lighting
- Transfer date in consultation, but within a short term is possible

This information was composed by us with due care. However, we can accept no liability whatsoever for any inaccuracies, incomplete information or otherwise, nor for any loss or inconvenience that this may cause. All specified sizes and dimensions are indicative. Purchaser has his/her own obligation to investigate all matters which are important to him or her. Pertaining to this house, the broker-consultant is of the vendor. We advise you to make use of an expert (NVM) broker to guide you for the purchase process. If you have specific wishes regarding the house, then we recommend you to communicate these in a timely manner to your purchasing broker and to do an independent examination of these things. If you do not make use of an expert representative, then the law considers you enough of an expert to be able to have a good grasp of all matters which are of importance. The MVA conditions apply.

The usable surface area is calculated in accordance with the NEN 2580 standard determined by the industry. The surface area may therefore deviate from similar buildings and/or old references. This is mainly due to this (new) calculation method. The purchaser states to be sufficiently informed about the aforementioned standard. The vendor and the broker of the vendor do their very best to calculate the correct surface area and content on the basis of own measurements and to support this as much as possible by posting maps with dimensions. However, if the dimensions happen not to have been (completely) determined in accordance with the standard, then this is accepted by the purchaser. The purchaser has been sufficiently given the opportunity to check the dimensions. Differences in the indicated measurement and size do not provide any right to the parties, also do not the adjust the purchase price. The vendor and the broker of the vendor do not accept any liability in this matter.
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Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement


Type of house/apartment
Ground-floor apartment
Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
37 m²


Total number of rooms
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