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Schubertstraat 4 * 1077GS Amsterdam

Asking price € 2.300.000 

Year of construction
Floor space
277 m²
Number of rooms
Lot size
153 m²


Surprising and distinctive 1930s townhouse. Robust, spacious and modern. A lovely family home with a different, original floorplan, making it even more functional.

The house has a southwest-facing garden of 73 sqm and a sunny roof terrace of 37 sqm (of which 10 sqm not fenced). The usable area of in total 277 sqm is spread over three practically laid out floors, a basement and a spacious attic with roofterrace. The property features a spacious living room, a large kitchen, six bedrooms (with the possibility of creating a seventh one), two dressing rooms and two bathrooms.

Located near Beethovenstraat. A lovely and central location near amenities, schools and for example the Beatrixpark.

Ground floor: Entrance with a vestibule to a central hall. Spacious living room with oak parquet flooring and doors opening onto the garden. Separate a complete Bulthaup kitchen and a toilet. This floor is slightly elevated in relation to the street level and has a ceiling height of 2.90 metres.

First floor: Spacious and light landing giving access to a large master bedroom. This bedroom has a nice private bathroom with a walk-in shower, a bath and a washbasin. The room has doors opening onto a balcony. At the front a large study / bedroom over the full width of the property. This room can also be divided into two pleasant children's rooms. There are a separate dressing room and toilet on this floor.

Second floor: Also a spacious and light landing with three good bedrooms and a bathroom with a shower, a washbasin and a separate toilet and dressing room.

Third floor: The top floor with a very nice room of 20 sqm with trusses and a large roof terrace of 37 sqm of which 10 sqm have not been fenced.

Basement: Spacious storage and laundry area with headroom of 2 metres.

Lovely central location in the Beethoven area.

Opposite the HLZ College and near Beethovenstraat. In the quiet part of Schubertstraat between Brahmsstraat and Stadionweg.

A location which is easily accessible by public transport and by car. Station Zuid and the Beatrixpark are nearby and within walking distance.

- Part of an urban conservation area
- Ground rent € 4,722.68 per year. Period runs from March 1st, 2003 until February 28th, 2053. General provisions of 1994
- From October 1st, 2017 the municipality of Amsterdam offers the possibility of a lump sum purchase buying out the annual ground rent in perpetuity. Further information and indication(s) of this lump sum purchase based on the new municipal policy is available at our office.

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Floor space
277 m²
Lot size
153 m²


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Schubertstraat 4 * 1077GS Amsterdam

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