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Ternatestraat 49 - 1 1095VJ Amsterdam

Year of construction
Floor space
50 m²
Number of rooms


Light and quiet three-room apartment of 50 m˛ located on the first floor with both a balcony at the rear and a balcony at the front. The apartment is located in the popular Indian neighborhood.

Communal entrance and staircase to the first floor: entrance/hallway of the house with access to all rooms: kitchen with central heating system and door to the balcony at the rear, bathroom with bath/shower, washbasin, bedroom at the rear with also access to the balcony, bedroom at the front and the living room with patio doors to the balcony at the front.

The complex is located near the Zeeburgerdijk on the dividing line between the Eastern Docklands and Amsterdam East and thus offers the best of both worlds. Shopping center Brazil, the Flevopark, the lively Dappermarkt and the shops in the Javastraat are nearby.
In recent years, the neighborhood has turned into a popular city district with beautifully renovated buildings and numerous new shops and nice trendy restaurants such as Brouwerij 't IJ, Panama, the Badhuis (Oedipus) and the Pompstation.

The house is easily accessible by car; the Ring A-10 is a few minutes away and you are in the center in a few minutes by bike. The accessibility of the house is also more than excellent via public transport. Tram 3 and 14 (direct to C.S.) and bus lines 37, 245 and 289 stop within walking distance and have direct connections to the nearby Muiderpoort railway station.

The buildings Kramatweg 7, 8 and 9 and Ternatestraat 47, 49 and 51 were split into 16 apartment rights in 2010 with a permit. Before this split, the buildings have been brought into a good state of repair. Among other things, the facades were sandblasted and repointed. The monthly service costs are € 131.50. The VvE is professionally administered by Amsterdam VvE. There is an active VvE. There are, among other things, house rules and an MJOP.

Sellers will surrender both the perpetual canon through April 30, 2050 and the perpetual canon from May 1, 2050 for delivery. The General Provisions for perpetual leasehold 2016 will then apply.

This object is a former rental home. The house has double glazing and a central heating system.

- Living area 50 m˛ (measurement report available);
- Year of construction 1926;
- Fully double glazing;
- the ground lease canon will be bought off perpetually by sellers;
- Age, asbestos, lead and non-seller occupied clause applies;
- Project notary Kasper Notariaat in Amsterdam;

In short: A bright and quiet apartment with a beautiful unobstructed view, located in a bustling and cozy neighborhood.
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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
50 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.

Ternatestraat 49 - 1 1095VJ Amsterdam

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