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Minahassastraat 74 1094SB Amsterdam

Year of construction
Floor space
77 m²
Number of rooms



This practically laid out and cosy apartment is located on the 1st floor of an apartment block built in 1986. It offers a spacious and light living room, a generously sized kitchen, a balcony adjacent to the kitchen and another balcony outside the first bedroom, and a wonderful roof terrace next to the master bedroom. The apartment also has its own private bike storage downstairs.

The property is situated on leasehold land with the ground lease bought off up to 16 February 2037. The transfer application for buying off the ground lease into perpetuity was done in 2019.

The Homeowners’ Association (VvE) is professionally managed by Ymere VvE Beheer. The service charges are €169.63 per month.

The communal stairwell brings you to the entrance on the 1st floor, which leads into the hallway from where all rooms can be accessed. The first bedroom lies at the front and has a door to the first balcony. The bright and airy living room is also at the front of the house and overlooks a nice little park. The balcony at the front can also be accessed from the living room.

An open doorway leads to the kitchen at the back. The kitchen, furnished with light-coloured units, a beautiful dark worktop and with dark floor tiles, includes various built-in appliances such as a 5-burner gas stove (including a wok burner), an oven (Siemens), a microwave, a dishwasher, and a fridge. The central heating unit (Intergas Kompakt HRE CW4, 2020) is cleverly tucked away in a closet.

The bathroom is accessed from the hallway and features a walk-in shower, a washbasin unit, a design radiator, and white goods connections. The toilet is separate from the bathroom. The second and generously sized bedroom is at the back and gives access to the large, sunny roof terrace (west-facing) of 17 m2 where you can sit down and relax while watching the sun go down!

The entire apartment has been finished with beautiful laminate flooring and comes with an additional storage room downstairs.

The apartment is located in the popular ‘Indische Buurt’ in Amsterdam-Oost. The sociable and lively Javastraat, the brand-new shopping centre Oostpoort, the Javaplein, the Dappermarkt, the Oosterpark and the Flevopark are all basically around the corner. You will have your shops and all kinds of bars, cafés and restaurants within easy walking distance. The apartment is very easy to reach by car as well as by public transport – railway station Muiderpoort is just a 3-minute walk and the A10 Ring is just a few minutes by car. If you prefer to stay in your own neighbourhood, then we can certainly recommend popular hangouts like Studio K, De Biertuin, Wilde Zwijnen, Bar Bukowski, or one of the many other sociable restaurants and cafés in Oost that are all within walking or cycling distance.

There is paid on-street parking (from 09:00 - 21:00, except on Sundays) and residents can apply for a parking permit. According to the website of the Amsterdam municipality, there is a waiting list for parking permits (waiting list details per 18 May 2021, permit area Oost 3). A resident's parking permit currently costs €140.54 per six months.
- Practically laid out and light 2-bedroom apartment of 77 m2 (GFA 83 m2);
- Built in 1986;
- Two balconies plus a large west-facing roof terrace;
- Private storage downstairs;
- Ground lease bought off up to 16 February 2037, perpetual ground lease application submitted in 2019;
- Professionally managed VvE (Ymere), service charges €169.63.- per month;
- Transfer date in consultation.

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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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
77 m²


Total number of rooms
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MVA neighbourhood information: Indische Buurt West

The Indische Buurt is a neighbourhood is Amsterdam East. All the street names within this area are named after island and other geographical locations. The neighbourhood has a high social cohesion. A high percentage of the inhabitants are from different cultures which gives the neighborhood a multicultural feeling, some say that more than a hundred languages are spoken in this neighbourhood. The Sumatraplantsoenbuurt lies within the Indische Buurt(west). This area is the most densely populated part of Amsterdam East. The main part of this area is residential, only within the Molukkenstraat can be found several shops and other facilities. Although the biggest part of this area is residential this area is considered to be a safe place with recreation facilities.

Minahassastraat 74 1094SB Amsterdam

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