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Raphaelstraat 5 1077PN Amsterdam

Asking price € 1.700.000 

Year of construction
Floor space
203 m²
Number of rooms


Spacious, bright apartment in a small-scale apartment complex. Only four homes are part of this special project designed by architect W.G. Quist. At a great location in Amsterdam-Zuid, near the Zuidas. This very robust apartment has access to an elevator and has no less than two indoor parking spaces, with remote-controlled garage doors. So you drive straight into your home, via the indoor stairs you are in your living room.

You enter this spacious apartment through a well-secured entrance with a staircase and elevator. The entrance is on the first floor. On the first floor you have access to a spacious living room, separate kitchen and another two bedrooms and two bathrooms. From the living room and one of the bedrooms you can step onto the spacious terrace. On the ground floor, in addition to the very spacious garage, there is an office and a third bedroom.

- Central elevator
- Living area over 200 m² (measured according to NEN standard 2580)
- Service costs currently € 385 per month
- Perfect location in Old South
- Double garage, with two remote controlled overhead doors
- Redeemed ground lease until 2037 (perpetual surrender has been requested)
- Delivery in consultation

The property is very conveniently located in relation to Zuid station, the Zuidas and shops such as Beethovenstraat and Cornelis Schuytstraat. Oud-Zuid is also home to the Stedelijk Museum, the Rijksmuseum and the Van Gogh Museum. The Concertgebouw is within walking distance, as is the Vondelpark. In the immediate vicinity are some highly regarded schools (primary and secondary education), including The British School.
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Raphaelstraat 5 1077PN Amsterdam

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