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Streefkerkstraat 77 1107LN Amsterdam

Year of construction
Floor space
75 m²
Number of rooms


***This Property is listed by a MVA Certified Expat Broker***

Bright three-room apartment, located on the third floor (top floor!) of a well-maintained apartment complex in a quiet, leafy and child-friendly living area. The apartment has two balconies: one east-facing (morning sun) and the other west-facing (afternoon and evening sun).
The property is situated at the rear of the apartment complex and overlooks a green courtyard garden; the street at the front is low-traffic. The apartment forms part of a large professionally managed Owners’ Association.

Surrounding area
The apartment is situated along a quiet street, just a few minutes away from the market and Reigersbos shopping centre. You can also do your daily shopping at the smaller Wisseloord shopping centre. Amsterdam Zuidoost has beautiful recreational areas, including Gaasperpark and Gaasperplas. There are also various primary and secondary schools in close proximity. There is ample free parking space available in this area; the streets between the apartment complexes are therefore low-traffic. The area is easily accessible by car; the A1, A2 and A9 motorways are just minutes away. The metro stops Reigerbos and Gein are within walking distance; the metro takes you to Amsterdam's city centre in 20 minutes.

Entrance on the ground floor, communal stairwell to the third floor with two apartments per floor. Entrance property: hall with internal storage space with meter cupboard, central heating cupboard, toilet with small washbasin and the bathroom with a shower, washbasin and washing machine connection. The living room is situated at the rear of the property and has access to the west-facing balcony, the kitchen in the middle has basic kitchen units and the dining room/study at the front has access to the second (east-facing) balcony. The apartment has two good-sized bedrooms, one at the front and one at the rear. There is a separate storage unit on the ground floor (2.04 x 2.89 m).

- Year of construction 1987
- Living area: 75m2 (measurement report available)
- Ground rent bought off until 30/09/2031
- An application for perpetual ground lease (under favourable conditions) has been submitted on time
- Heating and hot water generated by central heating boiler (Intergas, 2014)
- Insulated glass
- Large and professionally managed Owners’ Association;

Annual real estate tax: € 76.54
Annual water system levy residents: € 138.33
Monthly contribution Owners’ Association: € 133.83
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Entry date
sold conditionally
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
75 m²


Total number of rooms
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MVA neighbourhood information: Gein

Gein is a green neighbourhood in South-East Amsterdam and part of Gaasperdam. Gein is a neighbourhood dated from the 1980s and is named after the river Gein which flows at the East side of the neighbourhood. Gein has more than 12.000 inhabitants and the basic facilities can all be found around the shopping centre near Gaasperzoom and Gaasperplas.

Streefkerkstraat 77 1107LN Amsterdam

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