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Moreelsestraat 37 III 1071BJ Amsterdam

Asking price € 900.000 

Year of construction
Floor space
88 m²
Number of rooms


Luxuriously renovated three-room apartment of 88 m2 located in a corner building in the Museum Quarter. The apartment has a very spacious living room with luxurious open kitchen, two well-sized bedrooms, modern bathroom and balcony at the rear with an amazing view of the Museumplein.
This amazing apartment is located in the popular Museumplein area near the Vondelpark and has been completely renovated with great attention, love, care and an eye for detail.

Communal entrance and renovated staircase to the third floor. Own entrance. Spacious hall with separate toilet with hand basin, practical storage cupboard with connection for the washing machine / dryer and access to all rooms. Spacious living room with TV wall unit with Planika fireplace and open kitchen. The extra wide facade with many windows provides beautiful light. Master bedroom at the rear with patio doors to the balcony with an amazing view of the Museumplein. Adjacent to the second bedroom, also with access to the balcony. The modern bathroom is centrally located with a double sink, heated and illuminated mirror, designer towel radiator and walk-in shower.

Luxury matte black kitchen with liver color marble worktops. The kitchen is equipped with a wine cooler with 2 temperature zones, Quooker, induction hob with built-in island extractor and Siemens appliances (fridge, freezer and combi oven).

The property is on private land, so no leasehold!

In connection with the recent (change) division, a so-called permanent 'project' notary has been appointed. It is a notary office of Hartman LMH, in Amsterdam.

The small-scale association of owners consists of 4 members, the service costs for 2020 are set at € 53.62 per month.

Three-room apartment of 88 m2
Completely renovated
Underfloor heating throughout the apartment
Balcony with an amazing view of the Museumplein
Equipped with Hotel switching (this means that all lighting in the home is switched off with 1 push of a button, with the exception of the refrigerator, etc.)
Equipped with Planika Fireplace
Wooden Herringbone floors
Intercom with door opener
Renovated stairwell
Own ground

This house on Moreelsestraat has a central location in relation to the Museumplein, the Pijp and the Beethovenstraat and within walking distance of the Vondelpark.
In the area there are cozy restaurants, delicacy stores and nice popup stores. On the Van Baerlestraat, Beethovenstraat and the P.C. Hooftstraat include luxury fashion shops, a florist, quality butcher shop, dry cleaner, jeweler, eyewear shop and a bakery. But also De Pijp with the Albert Cuyp market and popular restaurants and bars is within walking distance.
The apartment is conveniently located for the Vondelpark and close to the Zuid-As. Easily accessible by public transport via Station Zuid-WTC and several tram stops at Van Baerlestraat, Beethovenstraat and De Lairessestraat. By car you are within 10 minutes on the A10 ring road.

All information contained in this offer has been compiled by us with great care. However, with regard to this information, we do not accept any liability, nor can any rights be derived from the information provided. If applicable, transfer tax already paid will be returned to the seller.

We would be happy to make a no-obligation appointment with you for a viewing!
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Type of house/apartment
Upper-floor apartment
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Existing property
Year of construction

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Floor space
88 m²


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Moreelsestraat 37 III 1071BJ Amsterdam

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