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Schoorlstraat 131 1024PT Amsterdam

Asking price € 225.000 

Year of construction
Floor space
49 m²
Number of rooms


Spacious 2-bedroom apartment with sunny backyard!

Looking for an affordable home with a garden? Found it!
This apartment located on the Schoorlstraat 131 is located on the first floor. Ideal for those looking for a well maintained apartment with separate bedroom and a spacious backyard facing southwest. Also, this apartment has no less than two storage rooms!
Furthermore, a perfect location near the shopping center Boven 't Y, public transport (several bus stops and the North-South line!!) and the A10.

Upon entering through the central hall you enter the apartment in the hall, which gives access to all rooms. The bedroom is located at the front. In the bathroom you will find a sink and the possibility to position your washer / dryer here. The toilet is separate and can be found in the room next to the bathroom. The space with the washer / dryer arrangement you will find opposite the bathroom, the use of this space can be adjusted to your own wishes! (Storage, study or work space etc).

The garden-oriented living room has a laminate floor, plastered walls and ceiling and a plastic back facade. Also from the kitchen you have access to the lovely backyard facing southwest.

This place I think we can call favorable, relatively low service costs, garden facing southwest, ample storage space and well maintained! Do you want to see more than just the pictures, plan a quick visit!

- Built in 1966
- Living area 49 m
- Service costs approx 74,30 per month (incl. building insurance and maintenance reservation)
- Inheritance purchased until 31-03-2055
- Sufficient storage space or storage
- Lovely spacious backyard facing southwest!
- Energy label C. Valid until 29-10-2030
- Delivery in consultation

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

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Floor space
49 m²


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