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Ten Katestraat 40 II 1053CG Amsterdam

Year of construction
Floor space
46 m²
Number of rooms



Bright and well maintained apartment (approx. 46m²) at a prime location on the Ten Katestraat in Amsterdam Oud-West. The house has high ceilings (with original ornaments), a spacious livingroom and authentic stained glass windows (house fully equipped with insulating glazing). The apartment is located on private land!

The apartment is located in the cozy district Oud-West on the Ten Katestraat overlooking the Ten Katemarkt (electric market). Within walking distance you will find on the Kinkerstraat a very diverse shopping offer such as an Albert Heijn, Blokker, HEMA, Etos, Decathlon, etc. also catering establishments are not missing here!

You can walk right into the Hallen for a nice dinner or a movie and there is also plenty in the area such as Brewed by Vrouwen, Five Brothers Fat, Cafe Thuys, Café Dapper, Staring at Jacobs and Cafe Lennep.

Vondelpark is within walking distance, where you can run, relax and enjoy cultural activities. Museums and other cultural facilities can be reached within cycling distance, such as the Grachtengordel, Museumplein and the Amstel.

Public transport is within walking distance, with trams 1,7, 11 and 17, and bus lines N83, making Central Station and Lelylaan quickly accessible. From the house you can be on the A10 ring road in about 10 minutes.

Ground floor: Entrance, doorbells, access to the 2nd floor.

2nd floor: Entrance house, hall, access to the rooms. At the front is the spacious living room. It is immediately noticeable that there are high ceilings with a beautiful ornament ceiling. Due to the high windows with stained glass (insulating glazing present), the room is pleasantly illuminated. The living room has an authentic fireplace, beautiful radiator finishes and a neat wooden floor.

At the rear is the kitchen, the kitchen is equipped with a gas stove, refrigerator, dishwasher. The above rooms are all equipped with a neat wooden floor.

The kitchen gives access to the bath room, with shower and toilet. The bath room is made of wall tiling, with a granito floor.

The bedroom has a pleasant area of approx. 2.98m x 2.82m including perfectly custom built-in wardrobe(0.80m x 2.15m).

Then make an appointment for viewing quickly!

1. Very bright and well maintained apartment
2. Attractive stained glass windows and ceiling with ornament
3. Top location, in the middle of the cosiness of Oud-West
4. Beautiful wooden floor throughout the house
5. Walking distance from Vondelpark
6. Private land
7. Small, active VVE
8. 2019: Front and rear façade completely painted and refurbished

Area: approx. 46 m²
Number of rooms: 2 , of which 1 bedroom
Energy label E: valid until 5 February 2029
Year built: 1917
Heating: C.V. gas: Intergas Kompakt (2013)

Municipality : Amsterdam
Section + number: T 6111 A4
Private land

Number of members: 4
Share: 3/16th share
Service costs: € 100,-- per month (as of 2020)
Major maintenance of recently executed roof (2020), front and rear façade in (2019)

Notary : ring Amsterdam
Age clause applicable
Delivery in consultation.
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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
46 m²


Total number of rooms
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