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Potgieterstraat 25 C 1053XR Amsterdam

Year of construction
Floor space
93 m²
Number of rooms


Lovely light-filled three-room apartment (usable floor space approx. 93 m²). The apartment features two bedrooms as well as two extra deep balconies with a ‘rural view’ of the greenery in the quiet gardens. The apartment has a very practical layout and is divided over the entire third floor and the back section of the second floor.

The apartment is part of a renovation/conversion project that was executed in 2010/2011, resulting in four apartments and a complete renovation from the foundation to the roof.

The apartment is favourably situated on Potgieterstraat, a relatively quiet and wide street, one of the most attractive in the Oud West area between Nassaukade and Da Costakade. Definitely a must-see residence for those who are searching for a renovated apartment with efficient layout in one of the city’s most popular locations!


Entrance on third floor, hall, toilet with small washbasin, open-plan kitchen with built-in appliances at the back, which gives onto the sunny balcony that is 1.5m deep! Large living room with three windows overlooking the street. Stairs to the second floor with hall, laundry cabinet with central heating boiler, bathroom featuring a bath, walk-in shower, double washbasin and toilet. The large master bedroom gives onto another deep south-facing balcony. Second spacious children’s bedroom/bedroom.


The apartment is situated on a quiet, wide street between Nassaukade and Da Costakade, with lots of parking space. The Jordaan, Leidseplein and Bellamy area are nearby. The vibrant main attraction here is ‘De Hallen’ with its library, cinema, hotel, creative businesses, and range of eateries (food court). Albert Heijn and Marqt supermarkets are around the corner, as are a variety of other great shops, cafés and restaurants. Easily accessible by car thanks to multiple exit routes -S100, S105 and S106-, as well as good public transport facilities nearby.

- Situated on freehold property
- 2 large south-facing balconies with lots of privacy
- Small-scale renovation/conversion project 2010, including new foundation
- Small homeowners’ association (VvE) with 4 members; monthly service fee €90
- Delivery in mutual consultation
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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
93 m²


Total number of rooms
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Potgieterstraat 25 C 1053XR Amsterdam

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