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Louise de Colignystraat 52 - III 1055XN Amsterdam

Year of construction
Floor space
55 m²
Number of rooms


Unpack boxes and enjoy living, Louise de Colignystraat 52-III is one of this category. And maybe your home soon!

Spacious and light are the typical characteristics of this nice apartment. The house has 55 m˛ of living space and has a nice balcony where you can enjoy the evening sun!

The interior is special. Owners have chosen to keep the house 'open'. For example, there are no doors and frames in the house, which gives an extra spacious and light feeling, also because the house is located on the top floor, which brings a lot of light. Despite the open feeling, there is clearly a separation between the living rooms and bedroom, which is very pleasant.

The living room at the front is spacious and also offers the possibility to create a cozy dining area. What is also striking here are the high ceilings, which allow a lot of natural light to enter the house.

The unique bathroom is located in the middle of the house. This has a shower, sink and toilet. For the bathroom, too, it was decided to keep everything open so that the light falls through the entire house.

The 2 bedrooms are located at the rear of the house and both have access to the balcony. Here, too, it has been decided to keep this completely open. By easily adding a wall, a little more privacy can be created between the 2 bedrooms.

The kitchen is fully equipped and has a sleek finish. There is an induction hob, Bosch oven and a dishwasher.

There is a spacious private storage room in the basement of the house.

The buildings were thoroughly renovated in 2017. All window frames, fronts, roof, piping and connection for water, sewer, electricity and gas, plus house separating floors and walls were renewed. The outer walls have been re-insulated. Many authentic details have been preserved, such as the shopping basket from yesteryear, the stairwell. The new window frames look just as sharp as the steel frames in 1937. The beautifully landscaped courtyard was recently completed. This oasis of peace is only accessible to residents.

There are more and more nice neighborhood bars in Bos en Lommer, of which Restaurant Van de Buurt, Spaghetteria, Selma's and Day Made are good examples. The striking Podium Mozaďek is around the corner, with theater, restaurant and sunny terrace. No Man's Art Gallery is also worth a visit! For green there is the Erasmus Park and for your daily shopping you can go to the Bos en Lommerweg and the Jan van Galenstraat.

On one corner with bus 21 to CS, tram 19 to Sloterdijk or Leidseplein, and on the other corner with bus 80 via Haarlem to the beach in Zandvoort. Car parking: the street falls under the West 3.1 permit area. To apply for a permit or the most current waiting time, please refer to the website of the Municipality of Amsterdam. A parking space can be rented in parking garage De Tetterode.

The VVE Merkelbach is healthy and active and is professionally managed by Ymere VvE Beheer. The monthly contribution is € 69,11 and covers, among other things, cleaning and electricity in general areas, maintenance of the inner garden, home insurance and saving for future maintenance. Relevant documents are available upon request.

Ground lease
The house is located on municipal leasehold land. The annual ground rent is prepaid until 02/16/2066. The General Provisions for continuous leasehold of the year 2000 apply to this right. Sellers have submitted the application for redemption perpetual leasehold to the municipality of Amsterdam.

- Living area of ​​55 m˛ in accordance with NEN2580 measurement certificate
- Completely renovated complex in 2017
- Storage in the basement
- Balcony and French balcony available
- Healthy and active VvE
- Annual lease payments surrendered until 15-02-2066
- Delivered in 2018 after renovation
- Monthly service costs of € 69,11
- Delivery in consultation

The sales information has been compiled with great care, but we cannot guarantee the correctness of the content and therefore no rights can be derived from it. The content is purely informative and should not be considered an offer. Where reference is made to content, surfaces or dimensions, these should be regarded as indicative and as approximate sizes. As a buyer, you must conduct your own research into matters that are important to you. We recommend that you engage your own NVM broker in this regard.
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Type of house/apartment
Upper-floor apartment
Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
55 m²
External storage space
11 m²
186 m³


Total number of rooms
Number of bedrooms
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MVA neighbourhood information: Landlust

Landlust is the area between the Jan van Galenstraat, Westelijk Marktkanaal, Haarlemmerweg, Bos en Lommerweg and the Admiraal the Ruijterweg. Landlust is a residential area with wide stretches of residential and community gardens. The Jan van Galenstraat is the shopping street of this area with a diverse range of shops. Famous shops such as Cartier can be found within this street but also small specialized shops such as ‘’De Kweker’’ are welcome. This mix of shops make this area very interesting for a broad public and attracts many people.

Louise de Colignystraat 52 - III 1055XN Amsterdam

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