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Tweede Schinkelstraat 23 E 1075TP Amsterdam

Year of construction
Floor space
64 m²
Number of rooms


*** this property is listed by a MVA Certified Expat Broker ***

In a prime location, at the bottom of the Vondelpark, lies this 3-room apartment with sunny balcony on private land in Amsterdam-South. The 2 sliding doors face south and provide ample light. It’s a quiet apartment, thanks to the newer construction (1990s).

The Tweede Schinkelstraat is a beautiful, quiet street in the lively Schinkel neighbourhood (Oud-Zuid) and is located between the Schinkelkade and the Amstelveenseweg. The home has a practical layout with 2 sizeable bedrooms. If desired, an open kitchen can be created easily.

In the vicinity of the apartment you will find many cosy pubs, restaurants and a variety of shops. The Vondelpark, where you can go to relax, is just a stone’s throw away. The city’s centre is also only a few minutes by bike.

Public transport, station Zuid and Lelylaan are within cycling distance. The nearby roads to the A10, A4 and A9 make living in this part of Amsterdam Oud-Zuid very comfortable.

A parking permit is required in this neighbourhood. The municipality of Amsterdam indicates that there is currently a waiting period of about three months.

A communal staircase will lead you to the residence on the fourth floor. The hallway provides access to most of the rooms. The living room and one of the bedrooms have access to the balcony. The second bedroom can be accessed through the kitchen. The bathroom has a toilet, shower, sink and there is also a washing machine connection. The kitchen is equipped with a dishwasher, 4-burner cooker and oven.

There is currently a second bedroom at the front. This bedroom was built later on, so the walls can be removed. That makes it possible to create an open and spacious kitchen.

There is a communal bicycle shed available.

- 2 sizeable bedrooms
- South-facing balcony with sun all day long
- Communal bicycle shed
- Private land
- Double glazing
- No upstairs neighbours
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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
64 m²


Total number of rooms
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MVA neighbourhood information: Schinkelbuurt

The Schinkelbuurt is a 19th century neighbourhood in between the Vondelpark and the Schinkel. This neighbourhood is appealing to starters and beginning entrepreneurs. Several residential areas can be found within the neighbourhood, which are all built in style of the “Amsterdamse School” and part of the Plan South van Berlage. Several sport facilities can also be found within this neighbourhood.

Tweede Schinkelstraat 23 E 1075TP Amsterdam

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