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Retiefstraat 99 b 1092XB Amsterdam

Year of construction
Floor space
50 m²
Number of rooms


Light and cozy 3 bedroom apartment of 50 m, with a lovely sunny balcony located in one of the nicest and greenest streets of East. Welcome to the Retiefstraat!

This pleasant apartment is located on private land! This means no hassle with leasehold.

Also, the apartment directly above the house has its own large storage room of about 7 m2, located on the top (fourth) floor of the building, with large window. Ideal to use as a work or hobby room.

Overall an ideal 3 bedroom apartment where you can live directly! Interested? We will gladly show you the house!

First floor: entrance, staircase.

Second floor: entrance hall. Access to the bathroom, which is equipped with a toilet, walk-in shower and a beautiful washbasin. The living room with beautifully finished ornamental ceiling is located at the rear of the house, with access to the balcony facing south. The semi-open kitchen with appliances and washing machine connection also gives access to the balcony. The house also has 2 bedrooms. The master bedroom (spacious) is located at the front. Again, the ceiling is beautifully finished with ornaments. Also, this bedroom has a French balcony at the front. Both the living room and bedroom have an original marble fireplace. The 2nd bedroom is located at the rear of the house!

The apartment has a storage room of approx. 7m on the attic floor. The storage room is equipped with a window.

Centrally located in East between the Amstel river and the Linnaeusstraat with all amenities within walking distance. Around the corner is the Oosterpark for the necessary relaxation. The Beukenplein and shopping center Oostpoort offer a full range of various stores, caterers and restaurants. The choice of restaurants in the neighborhood is very diverse from Maxwell, Louis Louis, Bar Bukowski, to Hotel Arena and C Amsterdam. Nearby are all forms of public transport, both the Amstel station and the Muiderpoort station are within easy reach, as is the metro stop on the Wibautstraat. Streetcar and bus stops are around the corner. The A10 ring road is quickly accessible by car via the S112 and also via the S113 with the historic Middenweg-Linnaeusstraat. The car can be parked in front (paid, permit system)

- Construction year approx 1906
- Living area approx 50 m2
- Located on private land
- Service costs approx 83 euros per month
- Heating and hot water by CV combi HR boiler (2014)
- Entire house is double glazed
- Balcony facing south
- French balcony at the front side
- Large storage room in the attic
- Delivery in consultation

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under offer
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
50 m²


Total number of rooms
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Retiefstraat 99 b 1092XB Amsterdam

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