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Van Ostadestraat 9 1 1072SL Amsterdam

Year of construction
Floor space
51 m²
Number of rooms


On a prime location in the popular Pijp area is this charming two-room apartment of approx 51 m2 located on OWN PROPERTY. The apartment is located on the second floor of a stately building dating from 1902, around the corner from the bustling Ferdinand Bolstraat and Albert Cuyp market.

The very bright apartment has a private entrance. The hall with large closet gives access to the living room and kitchen.

The spacious living room is located at the front and enjoys the large cozy arched windows with lots of light. The dining area at the rear provides ample space for placing a large dining table to create a cozy dining area.

Adjacent to the dining room is the spacious bedroom, separated by a large sliding door. The French doors provide access to the balcony where there is enough room for a table and two chairs. The balcony is situated across the full width and is accessible from both the kitchen and the bedroom. The balcony cabinet provides space for storing various items.

The modern kitchen with appliances and plumbing for the washing machine is equipped with storage and hanging space.

The white tiled bathroom has a shower, toilet and sink. This can be reached from the hall.

Overall an attractive apartment on private land in a prime location in Amsterdam!

See also our floor plans for an impression of the house.

The house is located on the Van Ostadestraat around the corner from the Ruysdaelkade. For all your daily shopping you can go to the Ferdinand Bolstraat, the Ceintuurbaan and the Albert Cuyp market! In the immediate vicinity you will find several cafes, excellent restaurants and of course the beautiful Sarphatipark! The apartment is also very conveniently located for public transport (streetcar 3, 4, 12) and the A-10 ring road.

Parking is possible through a residents permit, costs are € 175.02 per half year. Currently a waiting period of eight months. Check the website of the municipality of Amsterdam for more information!

The Owners' Association:
The Owners' Association of the building Van Ostadestraat 7-9 in Amsterdam" consists of 11 apartment rights. The monthly service costs are € 101.88.
It is a healthy and active owners association.

- Living area 51m2
- Built in 1902
- Partly double glazed
- Central heating boiler Intergas
- 2013, the entire foundation has been renewed
- 2016 standpipe replaced
- Non occupancy clause
- Delivery in consultation

The property has been measured using the Measurement Instruction, which is based on the standards laid down in NEN 2580. The Measurement Instruction is intended to provide a more uniform way of measuring to give an indication of the usable area. The Measurement Instruction does not fully exclude differences in measurement results due to differences in interpretation, rounding off and limitations in carrying out a measurement.

The house has been measured by a reliable professional company and the buyer indemnifies the employees of Voorma & Millenaar makelaars o.g. and the seller for any discrepancies in the stated measurements. The Purchaser declares that he has been given the opportunity to measure the property himself in accordance with NEN 2580.
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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
51 m²


Total number of rooms
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