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Waalstraat 47 - I 1078BW Amsterdam

Asking price € 500.000 k.k.

Year of construction
Floor space
84 m²
Number of rooms


To modernize apartment located on the first floor in a good location on the Waalstraat, with a living area of ​​approximately 84 m2 and two spacious balconies.

The house is located on the Waalstraat in the part between the Rooseveltlaan and the Merwedeplein and is part of the so-called monumental Hilwis-complex.

Special about the apartment is the private entrance from the open porch, the practical layout as well as the possibility to divide it differently and both balconies that span the entire width (both more than 8 meters wide!) located at the front and at the rear.

The neighborhood, the district and the streets in the vicinity have a good range of shops and restaurants. Nearby are the Maasstraat, the Scheldestraat and the Rijnstraat. De Pijp is also a short walk away. There is also an excellent connection to the South As. The three nearest parks are the Martin L. King park, Beatrixpark and Amstelpark.

The reach is good. The Ring A10 can be reached quickly by car via exit RAI (S109) and exit Amstel (S111). Various pick-up points for the tram are nearby (lines 4, 12 and 25). The Amstel station is within walking distance.

The apartment is located on leasehold land (Municipality of Amsterdam). It concerns a continuous leasehold (General Provisions 1994). The current period has been bought off and runs until 2055.

The Owners Association is professionally managed by Newomij. The technical maintenance is done by De Lairesse Bouwmanagement. All documents of the HOA are present, such as a multi-year maintenance plan, minutes and annual accounts. The service costs are 127.85 per month.

Private front door in the open porch on the first floor. Entrance with tour portal and access to the hall / landing. The landing gives access to the living room with side room at the front. Furthermore, the kitchen and both bedrooms at the rear are accessible from the landing. The balcony is accessible from all rooms at the rear. The balcony is located on the Northeast.
The bathroom, which is equipped with a washing machine connection, a sink and a bathtub, is centrally located on this floor, as is the separate toilet with hand basin. There are two fixed cupboards on the landing.
The living room with side room extends over the entire width of the house, just like the balcony. The front is located on the Southwest.

* House to modernize on the first floor
* Living area: 83.78 m2 (in accordance with NEN 2580, measurement certificate available)
* Equipped with two balconies
* Year of construction: 1931
* Municipal monument
* Professional VvE Manager (Newomij in combination with De Lairesse Bouwmanagement)
* Service costs: 127.85 per month
* Located on leasehold land (municipality of Amsterdam), this has been bought off until 2055

Asking price: 500,000.00 costs to the buyer

Are you interested? We hope to see you at 47-I Waalstraat.
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Service costs
€   128 p/m
Entry date
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
84 m²
220 m³


Total number of rooms
Number of bedrooms
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The Scheldebuurt is a neighbourhood within the Rieverenbuurt. The neighbourhood lies between the offices from the Zuidas and the shores of the Amstel. The neighbourhood is attractive because of its quiet and the pleasant public spaces. A famous complex within this neighbourhood is the Congres Center the Rai, which lies at the edge of this area. The Scheldestraat is the most well known street is this neighbourhood and also the thoroughfare which leads people from the centre to the Europaplaza. Despite the heavy traffic this area is known as a very pleasant neighbourhood. The Amstelkade until the Churchillaan is intended for the smaller middle class while the Europaplein area is more intended as space for more wealthy people.

Waalstraat 47 - I 1078BW Amsterdam

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