In the center of Amsterdam we offer this modern one bedroom apartment with a roof terrace with a great view!
The communal staircase leads to the entrance on the second floor. The internal staircase takes you to the apartment on the third floor. Upon entering you are welcomed in the bright living room with lots of windows, also on the side. The open kitchen is equipped with a refrigerator with freezer, a dishwasher, a gas hob, hood and a built-in oven.
At the rear is the bedroom with enough space for a double bed and wardrobe. The bathroom is equipped with a shower and sink. There is a separate toilet.
One of the highlights of this apartment is the beautiful roof terrace with breathtaking views of the historic facades of downtown Amsterdam. This roof terrace is the ideal place to relax or enjoy the lively atmosphere of the city.
This apartment is located in a great location in the center of Amsterdam. Just steps away you will find Dam Square, where you can enjoy numerous stores, restaurants, cafes and cultural attractions. Whether you feel like shopping, dining out or just enjoying a stroll along the beautiful canals, everything is within easy reach.
In addition, Central Station is easy to reach, giving you effortless access to the city's excellent public transportation network. From here you can easily travel to other parts of Amsterdam or even take a day trip to nearby cities and attractions.
- Energy label A
- 41,6 m2 living space
- NEN-2580 measurement report available
- Roof terrace
- Heated by central heating
- Located on leasehold, the current period is bought off until 2057, the application for the favourable conditions has been submitted
Originally the OZ Voorburgwal was a creek that was further excavated into a moat around the eastern part of the city, the old side. Before 1385, the Amstel divided the city of Amsterdam into two almost equal parts, the old side with the Old Church and the new side with the New Church. To protect the city, a moat was dug on each side with a rampart behind it, an earthen wall, equipped with a wooden palisade for protection. When new ramparts were built behind these walls around 1385, the existing wall became the Voorburgwal and the new wall the Achterburgwal, on both the old and new sides. Thus the Oudezijds Voorburgwal, Oudezijds Achterburgwal, Nieuwezijds Voorburgwal and Nieuwezijds Achterburgwal (now Spuistraat) were created.
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.