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Stadionkade 19 - III 1077VK Amsterdam

Year of construction
Floor space
240 m²
Number of rooms


Stadionkade 19-III 1077VK Amsterdam

Beautiful light and spacious three-storey upper house with BALCONY, ROOF TERRACE, ELEVATOR, FIREPLACE, 3 BATHROOMS and 6 BEDROOMS !! Unique in its kind. The entire apartment is approx. 240 m2 and has recently been renovated for rental. All walls and ceilings are painted and the wooden floors are treated. The windows are fitted with curtains. Many authentic details have been preserved; stained glass, fireplaces, panel doors.
Located at a TOP location near Beethovenstraat, Zuid-as and Beatrixpark.
All amenities can be found in the vicinity.

Very suitable for a family with possibly a nanny.

Layout; 3rd floor; floor, hall, small rear bedroom with built-in wardrobe, very spacious and bright living room ensuite with attractive fireplace, from the hall the second spacious bedroom with fitted wardrobes is accessible with access to the balcony, large kitchen with built-in appliances and also access to the balcony, guest toilet with washbasin, first bathroom with (small) bath and sink. Stairs to the 4th floor; hall, three bedrooms, one with access to the roof terrace, second bathroom with corner whirlpool bath, sink and shower and access to the terrace. Stairs to the 5th floor; spacious landing with enough space to store things, laundry room with washing machine and dryer, spacious bedroom with a third bathroom with shower and sink.

The apartment is part of the association of owners of Michelangelostraat 105-107 and Stadionkade 18-21. The heating in the apartment is controlled by block heating.

Property is rented under owner's agreement.

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By mutual agreement


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

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
240 m²
630 m³


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Stadionkade 19 - III 1077VK Amsterdam

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