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Pontanusstraat 9 1093RW Amsterdam

Asking price € 490.000 

Year of construction
Floor space
85 m²
Number of rooms


***This Property is listed by a MVA Certified Expat Broker***

Modern double lower house of approx. 85 m2 with private south-west facing garden/terrace, bordering on a quiet and beautifully landscaped courtyard garden. The apartment complex was built in 1997 and is located in the bustling eastern part of the city, near the city centre. The property looks out onto Brouwerij 't IJ and De Gooyer windmill and the Dappermarkt is just around the corner. You can find Oosterpark nearby, as well as a good variety of shops, bars and restaurants. This area has good public transport links (buses, trams and Muiderpoort train station) and is easily accessible by car. The various parks, museums, and the city centre are all within easy biking or walking distance. The area also offers a variety of child care facilities and primary schools. All in all, this is a great central location in the east of Amsterdam.

Entrance, dining room/study at the front, semi-open plan kitchen, white colour scheme, with gas cooking hob, gas oven, dishwasher and lots of cupboard space. The living room overlooks the garden and can be accessed from the kitchen and from the hallway; the living room is particularly bright due to the rear glass façade with French doors, which open up to the sunny private terrace and the adjoining courtyard garden. The toilet with small washbasin, the meter cupboard and fitted large storage cupboard are accessible from the hallway. The ground floor has beautiful beechwood parquet flooring throughout.
Stairs up to the first floor: landing with cupboard for the central heating boiler, separate storage cupboard, two bedrooms with laminate flooring (previously one large bedroom). The bedroom has access to the large bathroom, which includes a bathtub, washbasin and washing machine connection. The landing has an extra space at the front, which is currently being used as walk-in closet/cupboard.
There is a large private (bike) storage unit in the central hallway of the apartment complex.

- Year of construction: 1997
- Living area approx. 85 m2 (measurement report available)
- Energy label A
- Fully insulated
- Heating and hot water generated by central heating boiler (HR, 2012)
- The ground rent has been bought off until 1 July 2046; the vendors have opted for perpetual ground rent under favourable conditions.
- Active Owners’ Association
- Separate storage accessible from the main entrance of the apartment complex or via the garden.

- Annual property tax: € 208.86
- Annual sewer charges: € 144.00
- Annual Water board charges € 337.33
- Monthly contribution Owners’ Association: € 77.58

The purchase contract shall include a clause stating that we have invited the prospective buyers to have their own measurement of the property carried out. Should the prospective buyers decide not to have such a measurement carried out, they automatically indemnify Pappie & Van der Zee Makelaars o/g and the owners of the property against any liability.
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Type of house/apartment
Ground-floor apartment
Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
85 m²


Total number of rooms
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MVA neighbourhood information: Dapperbuurt

The Dapperbuurt was build during the 19th century part of the city expansion. The area was built for wealthy workers, civil servants and entrepreneurs. Nowadays the Dapperbuurt has become more accessible for everyone, and with the Dappermarkt and Oosterpark as facilities this area has become a lively neighbourhood where living and working are the most important pursuits.

Pontanusstraat 9 1093RW Amsterdam

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