In a popular location, we offer this modern apartment of approximately 41m2 with elevator in a contemporary complex in the Houthavens!
The apartment on the 4th floor can be reached by elevator via the communal entrance on the ground floor. The hall has space for a coat and shoe rack. Through the hall you enter the living room which is very bright thanks to the large windows overlooking the communal courtyard. The living room has a cast floor and offers enough space for a comfortable sitting area and a dining table. From the living room you have access to the balcony with a view of the Pontsteiger.
The modern open kitchen is equipped with an induction hob, an oven, a refrigerator, a dishwasher and sufficient cupboard space for storing kitchen utensils and crockery. A sliding door gives access to the bedroom with wardrobe.
The bathroom has a walk-in shower, a toilet and a sink.
Looking for a special home in a highly sought-after location on the water? Discover De Houthavens, a new and vibrant neighborhood where quiet living goes hand in hand with the lively city life of Amsterdam. Enjoy the cozy shops and terraces of Spaarndammerstraat and Haarlemmerstraat, within walking distance of your new home. With trendy coffee shops, cafes and restaurants in the area, there is always something to do.
The Westerpark is only 10 minutes by bike and offers plenty of opportunities for a relaxing walk. The Central Station is also within easy reach, while the ferry from the Pontsteiger will quickly take you to Amsterdam-Noord. And do you want to explore the city further? No problem, various bus and tram lines are within easy reach and you can quickly reach the Ring A10 from the S101 by car. In short, an ideal location for those looking for the best of both worlds.
- 40.7 m2 living space
- NEN-2580 measurement report available
- Southeast-facing balcony
- Energy label A+
- Professional VVE manager
- Delivery in consultation
The Haparandadam is a dam in Amsterdam-West, the dam forms the border between the Houthaven district and the Western Docklands, which in turn are named after the Swedish port city of Haparanda on the Gulf of Bothnia, on the border with Finland, where a lot of wood came from to Amsterdam.
This non-binding sales information has been compiled with the greatest care by our office on the basis of the information provided to us by the seller. Therefore, we cannot provide any guarantees, nor can we in any way accept any liability for these data. We have had the NEN 2580 measurement report drawn up by an external party and therefore we cannot provide any guarantees or accept any liability for these data.