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Marco Polostraat 69 1 1057WE Amsterdam

Year of construction
Floor space
50 m²
Number of rooms


Light, three-room apartment with approx. 50 m² of floor space and a wide, sunny, south-west facing balcony (approx. 7 m²). The apartment is in a quiet, broad section of Marco Polostraat, between Postjesweg and the lively Jan Evertsenstraat.

Communal stairs from the ground floor. Entrance on the first floor, spacious living room with nice windows at the front of the property and access to the balcony via the kitchen. Side room at the front, which could easily be used as a second bedroom/office. Sizeable dining area with open-plan kitchen, equipped with various fitted appliances and a connection for a washing machine. Cheerful daylight from the front to the rear of the property! Patio doors lead onto the pleasant south-west facing balcony (afternoon and evening sun). The deep courtyard garden provides plenty of privacy, and the opposite neighbours are at some distance. The bedroom at the rear of the apartment also has doors opening onto the balcony. A simple bathroom with a shower, basin and toilet is positioned in the middle of the property. Look at the alternative floor plan for a different layout featuring two equally sized bedrooms!

This wonderfully light apartment is located in the friendly Baarsjes neighbourhood, in the best part of Marco Polostraat. The building is built in the style of the Amsterdam School (circa 1930). It is in a quiet neighbourhood, close to trendy, vibrant bars and restaurants such as Winehouse Somm, Edel, Café Zürich, Coffee Company, White Label Coffee, Bartack and the Foodhallen. Various speciality shops, such as the Wynboer wine shop and Tabak's nut bar, and an Albert Heijn supermarket, are just around the corner, as are Rembrandtpark and Vondelpark. If you’re looking for sporting challenges, Crossfit AKA, Basic-fit, Equal Yoga and Yagoy Yoga are close by. The Baarsjes neighbourhood has good public transport connections, with various tram and bus stops in the direct vicinity of the apartment. They include Mercatorplein, Kinkerstraat, Postjesweg and Hoofdweg, all of which can take you to the centre of Amsterdam or other mainline stations. The apartment is also convenient for the A10 Ring Road, providing swift connections with Zuid-as and Sloterdijk, as well as cities such as Alkmaar, Haarlem, Utrecht, Leiden, The Hague and Rotterdam.

- Spacious, light living room with an open-plan kitchen;
- Total floor area of 50 m², in accordance with NEN 2580 measuring report;
- Alternative floor plan suggesting a layout with two bedrooms;
- Double glazing throughout the property;
- Balcony across the width of the apartment (afternoon and evening sun);
- Ground rent bought off until 2053;
- Small homeowners’ association, contribution of €35 per month;
- Transfer subject to agreement.
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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
50 m²


Total number of rooms
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Marco Polostraat 69 1 1057WE Amsterdam

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