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Soembawastraat 52 C 1095XC Amsterdam

Year of construction
Floor space
66 m²
Number of rooms


Bright and spacious 2 (3)-room apartment (66 m²) with sunny balcony located in the popular Indische Buurt! The apartment has a spacious living room, kitchen, bathroom, separate toilet and bedroom. Possibility of 2nd bedroom or open kitchen. There is a separate toilet in the apartment and private storage in the basement. The house is located in a quiet street between the Javaplein and the green Flevopark, with an optimal mix of shops, bars, restaurants and opportunities for sports and recreation nearby.

Located on the 2nd floor. Hallway / entrance; bright living room with door to the balcony at the front; spacious kitchen with small storage for boiler and washing machine; spacious bedroom; spacious bathroom with walk-in shower and sink; separate toilet. Private storage in the basement.

The house is located in the Indische Buurt in East. This neighborhood has quickly become one of the most fashionable neighborhoods in Amsterdam! All facilities for your daily and non-daily groceries can be found in the direct surroundings. The cozy Javastraat and Javaplein are just around the corner, as is the Flevopark with outdoor swimming pool and beautiful walking and running routes. The Eastern Docklands with The Harbour Club are nearby, as are the cafés around Oosterpark and Beukenplein. In this popular neighborhood you will find lots of nice restaurants and hotspots such as het Badhuis, restaurant Wilde Zwijnen, bar Basquiat, Hartje Oost, de Biertuin, Walter's Woodbury Bar, cinema Studio K, shopping center Oostpoort, the Tropenmuseum and Brouwerij t'IJ. Within a few minutes you are in the Center and in de Pijp.

The house is easily accessible by public transport (bus / tram) and is close to the Muiderpoort station. The Amstelstation and Central Station are within cycling distance. With the car you have a fast connection to the Ring A10 and a parking permit is immediately available.

Owners Association
There is an active Association of Owners with a current maintenance plan. The administration is professionally managed by the Alliance VvE Beheer and the service costs are € 98,10 per month.

- Really good condition
- Split in 2002;
- Ground lease paid off until 15-10-2034;
- Building year 1983;
- Active and professionally managed VvE;
- Service costs € 98,10 per month;
- Fully double glazed;
- Surface area 66 m² (measurement report available);
- Possibility to create a second bedroom or open kitchen;
- Sunny balcony;
- Private storage;
- Intergas combi boiler from 2013;
- Energy label C;
- Easily accessible by car and public transport;
- Delivery in consultation.
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sold conditionally
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By mutual agreement


Type of house/apartment
Apartment block with porches
Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction

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Floor space
66 m²


Total number of rooms
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MVA neighbourhood information: Indische Buurt Oost

The Indische Buurt is a neighbourhood is Amsterdam East. All the street names within this area are named after island and other geographical locations. The neighbourhood has a high social cohesion. A high percentage of the inhabitants are from different cultures which gives the neighborhood a multicultural feeling, some say that more than a hundred languages are spoken in this neighbourhood. The Makassarpleinbuurt lies inside the Indische Buurt(east). The neighbourhood is mainly residential with on the edge of the neighbourhood several shops and businesses. Throughout the neighbourhood several social facilities can be found including the nursing-home ’Flevohuis’. This area got extra care in terms of restoration. Several houses have been renewed and streets are completely reorganized.

Soembawastraat 52 C 1095XC Amsterdam

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