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Nicolaas Witsenkade 44 B 1017ZV Amsterdam

Year of construction
Floor space
109 m²
Number of rooms


Unique apartement in a monumental building in an absolute top location. The building is located between Weteringplantsoen and Frederiksplein with all thinkable amenities within walking distance.
The apartment is ideally located on the border of the city center and Amsterdam South and less than 15 minutes drive to the Ring highway A10. You will find all the good things Amsterdam has to offer at your fingertips,
such as a wide range of restaurants, shops and museums. From the living room you have a great view on the Singelgracht and you are only a stroll away from the lively Albert Cuyp market and the Sarphatipark.
On the inside there is the living room, semi-open kitchen with dining area, two bedrooms, bathroom with bath and separate shower, attic storage and a terrace.
A big advantage is that the building is located on freehold property.

The apartment is spread over the second and third floor of the building and has a spacious, private entrance on the ground floor. The layout is as follows:
Ground floor: a private entrance, spacious hall and a staircase that takes you to the second floor.
Second floor: here you step into the bright living room with two double windows at the front with a view over the canal. Following the semi-open kitchen equipped with a gas stove, oven, granite worktop, dishwasher, fridge-freezer and space for a dining table.
Third floor: the stairs take you to the spacious landing. Here are the two bedrooms and the bathroom. The master bedroom has two Velux skylights. The bathroom has a bath, separate shower, sink, 2nd toilet and connections for the washing machine and dryer.
In the second bedroom you have access to the terrace and a loft ladder that leads to the attic storage.

Year of Construction
The monumental building was built around 1870. In 1999 it was completely renovated, with almost only the facade remaining and everything else completely restored while retaining original details. From that moment on it has been designated by the municipality of Amsterdam as a monument.

The house is easily accessible by car from the A-10 ring road via the S112. With the metro line 52 (north / south line) Central Station can be reached within 10 minutes. Tram line 1 goes from Muiderpoort station to Lelylaan station,
Tram line 24 goes from Frederiksplein to Boelelaan / Vu and tram line 4 from Station Rai to Central station.

Number of rooms:
3 rooms, of which 2 bedrooms.

Outside area:
Terrace at the rear of approximately 5.5m

- Monument
- Surface area of approx. 109 m.
- Freehold property
- Professional association of owners manager
- Association of owners consists of 25 members, the service costs are 144.39 per month.
- Multi-year maintenance plan available.
- Transfer date in consultation

Paid parking on the public road in front of the building. Residents may apply for a parking permit. For more information we kindly refer to the City Council Website

Measurement Instructions:
This property has been measured using the Measurement Instructions, which is based on the standards as laid down in NEN 2580. The Measurement Instructions is intended to apply a clearer method of measurement for giving an indication of usable area. The measurement instructions do not completely rule out differences in measurement results, for example due to interpretation differences, rounding off or limitations when measuring. Although we have measured the property carefully, neither Boomsma & Bruinsma Makelaars nor the seller accepts any liability for deviations in the measurements provided. The buyer declares to have been given the opportunity to check the specified measurements (or have them checked).

This information has been compiled by us with the necessary care. On our side, however, no liability is accepted for any incompleteness, inaccuracy or otherwise, or its consequences. All dimensions and surfaces are approximate. Seller can not guarantee that all technical systems meet current NEN - norm. Buyer has an obligation to research all cases before him or her are important. With regard to this property the broker consultant seller. We advise you to consult a specialist (NVM) broker which guides you through the purchase process. If you have specific wishes about the house, we recommend that you submit them on time to your purchasing agent and accompanied (have) to do independent research. If you call any expert representative, you feel you are under the law expert enough to be able to see all the things that are important. Apply the NVM conditions.

Legally valid purchase agreement only after signing.
A verbal agreement between private seller and the private buyer is not valid. In other words, there is no sale. There has only been a valid sale if both private seller and private buyer have signed the purchase agreement. This follows from Article 7: 2 Dutch Civil Code. A confirmation of the verbal agreement by e-mail or a forwarded draft of the purchase agreement are, moreover, not seen as a 'signed purchase 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
109 m²


Total number of rooms
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MVA neighbourhood information: De Weteringschans

This area is known as the quiet part of Amsterdam Centrum. Amsterdam East is an environmentally friendly area with canals and important cultural buildings. These characteristics make this part of Amsterdam ideal as a residential area. Unlike downtown this area consists of many young couples who are starting with their careers. East and the eastern islands and the old harbor-area is still relatively vacant, but that will change in the upcoming years with the Weesper- and Plantagebuurt still in development.

Nicolaas Witsenkade 44 B 1017ZV Amsterdam

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