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Marco Polostraat 47 I 1057WD Amsterdam

Year of construction
Floor space
48 m²
Number of rooms


Lovely and light three-room apartment of 48 m with a sunny roof terrace in the middle of the cozy and bustling Amsterdam West district!

This fine house exudes light and space and has a very pleasant layout with a bedroom at the rear and a separate room at the front.
The spacious roof terrace of 12 m located on the west is a beautiful extension of the living space where you can relax in peace.
Within walking distance of the house you will find, among other things, the Jan Evertsenstraat, Mercatorplein, the Foodhallen and city parks Rembrandtpark and the Erasmus Park.

The house is located in the Marco Polostraat; remarkably quiet and yet in the middle of the popular Baarsjes district. In recent years, the neighborhood has developed into a popular residential environment with a wide range of (neighborhood) shops, hip boutiques, cozy coffee shops, specialty shops and many hotspots such as Caf Cook, Zurich, Goldmund, Bar Baarsch, Edel and the Foodhallen. The house is close to the city parks Rembrandtpark and Erasmuspark; wonderful places to recreate.

The house is easily accessible by public transport. There are various boarding options for tram and bus in the area. By car you can reach the ring A10 in no time. Parking is done through paid parking or a permit system.

Hallway/entrance, bright living room at the front with large windows, office at the front with generous window frame, bathroom with bath and sink, separate toilet, storage room with washing machine and central heating boiler, spacious kitchen with kitchen unit with access to the roof terrace, bedroom on the quiet rear facade.

Ground lease
The house is located on groundlease, which has been issued on a long lease. It concerns a continuous right of ground lease and the current period ends on August 15, 2053. The general ground lease provisions from the year 2000 apply. The ground lease amounts to 318 per year with a 1-year indexation.
The seller has timely requested the switch to perpetual leasehold under favorable conditions.

- Built in 1929;
- Central location in the middle of the popular West district;
- Spacious roof terrace;
- Split in 2008;
- Service costs 50 per month
- The ground rent amounts to 318 per year with a 1-year indexation;
- Living area 48 m (measurement report available);
- HR combi boiler from 2008;
- Easily accessible by public transport;
- Delivery in consultation.
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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
48 m²


Total number of rooms
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Marco Polostraat 47 I 1057WD Amsterdam

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