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Sumatraplantsoen 9 C 1095HW Amsterdam

Asking price € 490.000 

Year of construction
Floor space
97 m²
Number of rooms


Very spacious and well laid out 4-room apartment of 97 m˛ with south-facing balcony in the heart of the Indische Buurt. Due to the location of the apartment, there is a beautiful view, lots of light and privacy. The apartment is located on a green and car-free park.

The Indische Buurt is a vibrant, popular neighbourhood on the rise and the neighbourhood is characterized by a wide variety of shops, restaurants (such as restaurant Wilde Zwijnen, StudioK, and Coffee Company), and recreational opportunities (Flevopark, Oosterpark, and Park Franckendael). In a few minutes you are at the cozy Dappermarkt, at the Tropenmuseum or in Artis.
The Muiderpoort station is within walking distance and by bus, tram or bicycle you are in the center of the city within 10 minutes.

Central entrance with lift installation, access to the bicycle shed and from the central hall you take the lift or stairs to the first floor where the storage room is located.

Third floor:
From the entrance you enter the hall where you will find access to 3 bedrooms, the toilet, the bathroom and the living room. The living room is south oriented and has an unobstructed view over the park. The modern open kitchen is equipped with every comfort and built-in appliances. On the south side is the spacious balcony of approx. 6 m˛ with a clear view over the green Sumatraplantsoen. The house has two spacious bedrooms on either side of the hall with the third bedroom at the end of the hall. The bathroom has a luxurious shower and sink. A separate toilet with hand basin is located next to the bathroom in the same style.

Storage and bicycle shed:
On the first floor there is a private storage room of approx. 5 m˛ with a high ceiling, which is accessible by elevator or stairs from the central hall. There is a closed general bicycle shed on the ground floor for the residents.

The complex and active Owners Association:
The complex in which the apartment is located was built in 1997 and consists of a block of 20 homes. The VvE is financially healthy, is professionally managed, functions well with 20 members in an informal and pleasant atmosphere.

The button [3D View] on our website gives access to a virtual tour in 3D.
The tour shows you how to walk from one room to another.
Like being in the house and walking through it yourself.

- Living area approx. 97 m˛, unique in the Indische Buurt;
- South-facing balcony;
- Unobstructed view over the park;
- Energy label C.
- Central heating with a HR boiler from 2010;
- Contribution VvE € 185 per month;
- Annual lease payments surrendered up to and including 15-10-2046;
- Completely isolated;
- Located near Flevopark, Science Park and shops on the Javastraat and Middenweg;
- Elevator;
- Closed communal bicycle shed on the ground floor;
- Professional management by VVE
- Delivery in consultation

This project information has been compiled with the greatest care. However, no liability is accepted for any incompleteness, inaccuracies or otherwise, or the consequences thereof.
All specified sizes and surfaces are indicative. The buyer has his own duty to investigate all matters that are important to him or her. The real estate agent is an advisor to the seller with regard to this property.
The NVM conditions apply.

*** This property is listed by a MVA Certified Expat Broker ***
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Accepting (an offer or contract)


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

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Floor space
97 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.

Sumatraplantsoen 9 C 1095HW Amsterdam

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