For sale in Amsterdam

Dijkgraafplein 315

1069 ET, Amsterdam 

€380,000 kk


Very bright 4-room maisonette with unobstructed views!

This is a neat maisonette! The location on the sixth and seventh floor provides beautiful views and the balcony is located on the sunny west. A few years ago, the bathroom and kitchen were completely renovated using trendy materials. The bright living room is a good size and there are no fewer than three bedrooms. There is also an indoor storage room, laundry room and a storage room in the basement.

The location
The apartment complex is located in the residential area 'De Punt' in the Amsterdam Osdorp district, Nieuw-West district. There is a large supermarket on the ground floor of the complex and in the area there is a primary school, local shops, (take-away) restaurants and a playground for the neighborhood children. The square is the terminus of tram 17, making the center of Amsterdam accessible within 20 minutes. Big advantage; You can park for free in this part of Amsterdam.

Living in Amsterdam
Amsterdam is still an incredibly popular place to live. Many cultures provide a city with shops, restaurants and cultural events from all over the world. The A4, A5, A9 and A10 motorways provide excellent connections to Schiphol and the rest of the Randstad. In Amsterdam you will find education at all levels, including international education and the University. At Dijkgraafplein you can enjoy the space and the view, while the dynamics of the city are close by.


Apartment block:
On the ground floor is the shared, covered entrance with mailboxes, doorbells and an automatic entrance door. There are two elevators in the bright hall, allowing you to quickly reach the upper floors. The entrance to this apartment is on the seventh floor.
The Dijkgraafplein was intended as a local shopping center for the western part of the district and to round off the square, a competition for architects for experimental housing took place in 1962. Ultimately, JP Kloos' design was chosen and he designed a housing complex (232 maisonettes and 15 apartment houses) with suspension bridges that functioned as walkways. The building has thirteen floors of maisonettes, with two smaller flats with five floors perpendicular to them. Four floors are accessible per external staircase, meaning that only one external gallery is necessary for every four floors. This gallery solution was chosen because the gallery does not allow a direct view into the home or kitchen. The complex has been on the municipal monument list since December 16, 2015.

Seventh floor:
The meter cupboard is on the right in the hall. There are oak floors in the hall and living room and the whole makes a very good impression.
The spacious living room has large windows on the west side and patio doors to the balcony. Beautiful elements are the plasterwork, the recessed lighting, the patterned wallpaper and the beautiful division between the seating and dining area. The open kitchen has a modern corner unit with a black top and back wall, which gives the kitchen a luxurious look. Almost all equipment is built-in: an induction hob, extractor hood, dishwasher and a combination oven/microwave.

Sixth floor:
In the living room there are stairs to the sixth floor, the very spacious bedroom floor of this maisonette. From the landing you can reach three bedrooms, the bathroom, a storage room and the laundry room. There is laminate flooring on almost the entire floor and almost all doors are designed as stylish panel doors with black handles.
The very luxurious bathroom is beautifully laid out with a walk-in shower, toilet and washbasin. Black sanitary facilities and black taps are combined with large, marble-look tiles and beautiful lighting.
At the rear are two bedrooms, one of which is used as a master bedroom. The bedroom at the front has a beautiful L-shape, allowing for a wardrobe in the deep recess. You will also see plasterwork, black sockets and black light switches on this floor.
The storage room is an indispensable space in the apartment and on the other side of the landing, behind the white louvered doors, the laundry room is located.

If you want to sit in the sun, this balcony is the perfect place for you! Thanks to its west-facing location, you can see the sun in the afternoon and evening.

For a further impression of the layout, you can view the enclosed floor plans.

Owners Association:
The house is part of a healthy and active Owners' Association. The administration is professionally conducted by VvE Beheer Amsterdam. The contribution for the VvE is approximately € 293.78 per month for the house and includes, among other things, building/glass insurance, cleaning and maintenance of the complex, reservations for future maintenance, administration costs and excluding heating costs and hot water (advance payment for heating costs € 143 ,- pm)

Ownership situation:
The house is located on leasehold land, which is formally owned by the municipality of Amsterdam. The compensation for the use of this land (leasehold rent) has been bought off until October 15, 2042.

– Living area 98 m² (in accordance with NEN2580 report)
– Balcony with unobstructed view
– Year of construction 1972
– Energy label B
- Double glass
- 3 bedrooms
– Leasehold bought off until October 15, 2042
– Storage in the basement
– VvE contribution € 293.78 per month
– Advance payment for heating and hot water costs € 143.00
– The apartment complex, designed by architect JP Kloos, has the status of municipal monument because of the typical suspension bridge maisonettes
- Delivery in consultation

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