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Palestrinastraat 28 H 1071LG Amsterdam

Year of construction
Floor space
210 m²
Number of rooms


Charming and stylish family house with 5 bedrooms, two bathrooms and a beautiful garden. The apartment has a lot of light, partly because it is open across the full width on the garden side. The high and original ceilings and the en suite make it very atmospheric. The apartment consists of 3 floors of approximately 70 m2 each, in total 210 m2.

Ground floor:
Private entrance from the street. Spacious hall with wardrobe and access to the rooms. Spacious living room en suite with high ceilings, fireplace and patio doors to the garden. The circular kitchen is an eye-catcher, and ideal for cozy evenings. The kitchen is fully equipped: Miele oven, wine climate cabinet, Miele induction hob, American fridge, Quooker and dishwasher. In the kitchen area is also a gas fireplace. The toilet is accessible via the hall and the stairs to the basement and first floor.

First floor:
Landing, master bedroom on the garden side with fitted wardrobes and patio doors to a veranda. Large bedroom on the street side with double doors opening onto a balcony. Smaller bedroom at the front, landing with access to the bathroom with daylight, with bath, walk-in shower, toilet and double sink.

Landing, two large bedrooms with walk-in closets accessible from both bedrooms. On the garden side a luxurious bathroom with toilet, sink and walk-in shower. Also a nice laundry room and storage cupboard. The basement has a ceiling height of 2 meters.

The garden is sunny and equipped with artificial grass. 9.50m deep and 6.10m wide.

The property:
The property is well maintained. The VVE consists of 2 members. The members pay the running costs in consultation. No service costs are charged.

The location is ideal; Close to the Vondelpark, the museums, the Concertgebouw, numerous cafes and restaurants, nice shops, good schools, all within walking distance. There are good public transport facilities and the A10 and A4 can be reached within 10 minutes.

- Own ground
- 5 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms
- Wood fireplace and gas fireplace
- Surface 210 m2
- Small VVE two members
- Delivery is possible in mid-August

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By mutual agreement


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

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
210 m²
762 m³


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Palestrinastraat 28 H 1071LG Amsterdam

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