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Michelangelostraat 35 2 1077BR Amsterdam

Asking price € 1.900.000 

Year of construction
Floor space
251 m²
Number of rooms


Michelangelostraat 35-2, 1077 BR Amsterdam
We are offering this sunny, three-storey residence on the upper floors, with a width of 8 metres (approx. 251 m²), located in a wonderful spot in Amsterdam Zuid, built in 1928, with its own front door and an enormous roof terrace. The residence is in an outstanding location, within walking distance of the Zuidas, Beethovenstraat and Cornelis Schuytstraat. The apartment has six bedrooms, three balconies and a spacious attic floor with a second kitchen and bathroom.

The apartment is very easy to reach on public transport, there are various tram and bus stops on the Stadionweg and the Beethovenstraat and trains and metros leave from the WTC/Zuid station, heading in all directions. The various arterial roads are easy to reach. The plans for the Zuidas mean that this area will develop positively over the coming years. There are plenty of parking places in front of the door and parking is permitted under the parking permit system. At present, there are two parking permits available for this property without any waiting time. This neighbourhood has lots of schools for all ages within walking distance. The elegant shopping streets (P.C. Hooftstraat, Cornelis Schuytstraat, Beethovenstraat, Van Baerlestraat), various museums (Van Gogh, Stedelijk and Rijksmuseum), as well as the Concertgebouw are all within walking / cycling distance of the apartment. As for eating and drinking out, there is no lack of diverse restaurants, cafés and open-air cafés within a stone’s throw of the residence. For sport and leisure, there is not only the closely located Beatrixpark, but also the very popular Vondelpark, which is also close. You may reach the other urban districts within a few minutes on the bicycle.


Own entrance on the ground floor with a staircase to the second floor.
Second floor:
Spacious landing. Toilet with small sink. The kitchen, located at the rear of the residence and equipped with various built-in appliances, offers access to the balcony. The adjoining, open living room has French windows to the balcony at the rear. You look out over the interior, leafy gardens from the balcony. There is an oak, herringbone pattern floor in the living room. The living room is gloriously light due to the many windows. The first (bed) room is situated at the front of the building.
Third floor:
The original stairs take you to the landing on the third floor. There is a spacious bedroom at the rear with access to the balcony and with a built-in wardrobe, which offers the opportunity to convert it into a bathroom. The master bedroom is also situated at the rear of the building and has French windows to the balcony. The bathroom is centrally situated and is fitted with a bath, shower, vanity unit and separate toilet with small sink. The toilet is also accessible from the landing. There are two decent-sized bedrooms at the front of the building, one of which has an oak, herringbone pattern floor and the other has French doors to the balcony at the front of the building.
Fourth floor:
The stairs will take you to the attic floor with a spacious landing with French windows onto the roof terrace. The original beams in the high ceiling provide this space with a great deal of atmosphere. This floor has the second bathroom with toilet, small sink and shower, a kitchen with various built-in appliances and a closed cupboard with the central heating system and associated boiler. There is also an open area on the attic floor with all kinds of possibilities and the sixth bedroom/living room with French windows onto the roof terrace with a lot of privacy. This room also offers access to a further attic floor which is 3 metres high and is accessed by a fixed staircase.

Michelangelo Buonarroti (1475-1564), Italian sculptor, painter, architect and poet. The greatest visual artist of his time. (Saint Peter’s dome and the paintings in the Sistine Chapel in Rome).
(Source: Stadsatlas Amsterdam)

- Three storey residence on the upper floors of approx. 251m² with a width of 8 metres (NEN2580 measurement report available)
- Well-cared for roof terrace with lots of privacy
- Three balconies
- Six bedrooms
- Attic
- Alarm system
- Intercom on all floors
- External paintwork done in 2017
- Ground lease bought off until 2052, application for transfer to perpetual ground lease has been made
- Small owners’ association consisting of 2 members, monthly contribution is €100
- Transfer can be completed rapidly
- Parking under parking permit system (two parking permits available without waiting)

We have gathered this information with the greatest of possible care. However, we will not accept any liability for any incompleteness, inaccuracy or any other matter nor for the consequences of such. All measurements and surfaces stated are indicative. The purchaser has a duty to investigate any matter that may be of importance to him or her. The estate agent is the adviser to the seller with regard to this residence. We advise you to engage an expert (NVM registered) estate agent who will guide you through the purchasing process. Should you have any specific desires with regard to the residence, we advise you to make these known as soon as possible to your purchasing estate agent and have an independent investigation carried out into such matters. If you do not engage an expert, you will be deemed as considering yourself to be sufficiently expert to be able to oversee all matters that could be important. The NVM terms and conditions are applicable.
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Floor space
251 m²


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