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Nassaukade 335 1 1053LV Amsterdam

Asking price € 425.000 

Year of construction
1883
Floor space
57 m²
Number of rooms
3

Description

On this lively quay in the centre of Amsterdam you will find this attractive 2 bedroom flat with an unobstructed view. The Nassaukade forms together with the Stadhouderskade and the Mauritskade the inner ring of Amsterdam. Here you live in Amsterdam! With the Kinkerstraat around the corner, the Foodhallen and the Ten Katemarkt in the 'backyard' and the Jordaan and the cozy Elandsgracht for the door with its variety of boutique shops, restaurants and cafes. The flat is on the first floor, so you really have contact with the dynamic city. You can sleep in peace at the rear. This optimally classified house is attractive and neat.

Layout
Through the communal staircase you reach the first floor. The open hall gives a spacious feeling and connects the rooms. At the front is the spacious living room with French balcony and open kitchen. In the living room there are two spacious closets and a bookcase with desk. At the back there are two full bedrooms. In the middle the separate toilet and the bathroom with bathtub and sink. The CV and washing machine are neatly concealed in a closed cupboard. The kitchen is equipped with a corner unit with various appliances. The bathroom has fresh mosaic tiling.

Location
The flat is located in Old West, at the end of the Elandsgracht. Here you can walk for hours in the Jordaan or through the 9 streets and enjoy the many shops, bars and restaurants. You can buy groceries at the many supermarkets and specialty shops. You live in the middle of theatres, museums, cinemas and clubs. For children, there are all kinds of nice playgrounds in the neighbourhood. The location, on the outside of the Grachtengordel, is very central and has good connections to other parts of the city. The Leidseplein and Vondelpark are just a stone's throw away and you can cycle to Dam Square or Museumplein in Old South in a few minutes. Public transport is also perfectly organised. Across the street is the Appeltjesmarkt with many bus and tram connections both inside and outside the city. There is a direct bus connection to Schiphol Airport and through exits S105 and S106 you are in no time on the A10.

- Living area approx. 57 m2
- Small Owners Association with low service costs of 50,- p / m
- Own land
- Great location in vibrant city centre
- French balcony with free view on the quay
- Delivery in consultation

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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2021-5-26
Status
available
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement

Construction

Type of house/apartment
Upper-floor apartment
Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction
1883

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
57 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
3
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MVA neighbourhood information: Van Lennepbuurt

The van Lennepbuurt is a neighbourhood in Amsterdam-West. The area is named after Jacob van Lennep, a Dutch writer, language professional and politician. The neighbourhood has many old canal houses and houseboats. The van Lennepbuurt is bordered by the Kinkerstraat, Singelgracht, Jacob van Lennepkanaal and the Kostverlorenvaart. Within 10 minutes range of Amsterdam centre and just outside the busy parts of Amsterdam, ideal location for peaceful and quiet living.

Nassaukade 335 1 1053LV Amsterdam

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