Comfortable apartment on the third floor of a newly built complex with an elevator. This single-level apartment spans approx. 82 sqm and includes a large approx. 9 sqm balcony at the rear with evening sun exposure. There is also a private storage unit on the ground floor of the building.
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The central entrance with an ELEVATOR leads to the apartment on the third floor of the building. The hall accesses a restroom, coat area and a closet for the laundry machine and dryer. At the front, the living room has three windows that overlook the street, a dining area and a luxury kitchen with a range of fitted appliances.
The centrally positioned bathroom is equipped with a bathtub, walk-in shower and a double vanity. On the ground floor, behind the elevator shaft, is the private storage unit for this apartment. At the rear of the apartment, there are two spacious bedrooms, both with French doors that open to the extra-deep balcony.
Derde Oosterparkstraat is a stone's throw from gorgeous Oosterpark.
A sought-after area with countless lovely cafes, coffee bars and restaurants. These include Rum Baba, Coffee Bru, Bar Bukowski, Eddy Spaghetti and Restaurant C. Within walking distance of Dappermarkt, Middenweg as well as bustling Plantage district. Easy access by public transportation via Amstelstation and metro station Wibautstraat. Excellent location relative to the A1 and A2 highways and the A10 beltway via Wibautstraat/S112.
- Usable floor area approximately 82 sqm
- 2 bedrooms
- Full insulation
- Northwest-facing balcony
- Energy label A
- Solar panels
- Monthly HOA charges of € 177.97
- Situated on ground lease land owned by the Municipality of Amsterdam. Current lease period prepaid until 29-02-2060. The lease is locked in for the everlasting ground lease. Payable annual lease, starting in 2060, of € 896.75, subject to annual indexation.
De Negen Deuren
Een ruim opgezet appartement van ca. 82 m2 in een nieuwbouw complex uit 2011. De doordachte indeling met twee ruime slaapkamers en een extra diep balkon maken dit samen met de zeer goede isolatie en collectieve zonnepanelen een compleet en hedendaags appartement.
Ronald van de Bijl | Makelaar Broersma Wonen
The building at 147 Derde Oosterparkstraat was built in 2011, replacing three dilapidated nineteenth-century buildings with apartments. The new building was designed by Christine de Ruijter of AWG architects as a single house with nine apartments. The character, facade structure and materialization of the largely nineteenth-century fabric of the surrounding area has been interpreted in a contemporary manner. As a result, the house is a seamless match to the existing area, a natural part of the street and perfectly aligned to cityscape. The new building is simultaneously distinguished from its surroundings by the formal brick, street facade and by the more informal, white plastered, side and rear facades. In addition, the size of the building and the typology of the apartments are distinct. The entrance area, prominently visible by situating it under the centrally positioned Juliette balcony, symbolizes the collective character of this apartment building. Two half-floor duplex apartments are located on the ground floor. These apartments are accessed directly from the street and have a garden. The central entrance leads through to the six apartments on the upper floors and to a penthouse with two roof terraces. The construction of the building consists of a load-bearing core and load-bearing facades, which allows for rearrangement of the floor plans.
The central entrance with an ELEVATOR leads to the apartment on the third floor of the building. The central hall accesses a restroom, coat closet and a closet for the laundry machine and dryer.
The living room at the front has three windows facing the street, a dining area and a luxury kitchen with a range of fitted appliances.
The centrally positioned bathroom is equipped with a bathtub, walk-in shower and a double vanity. There is a private storage unit for this apartment behind the elevator on the ground floor of the building.
There are two spacious bedrooms at the rear of the apartment, both have French doors that open to the extra-deep balcony.
The outdoor space
The balcony spans nearly the full width of the apartment and faces northwest. During the summer, the balcony has direct sun exposure from approx. 5:00 pm until late in the evening.
The apartment is situated in Oosterpark district in Amsterdam Oost. There are several specialty shops, delis and premium shops on Beukenplein and Eerste Oosterparkstraat. The property is also close to Javastraat and Dappermarkt. Within walking distance of Tropenmuseum and Artis. There are numerous hip and welcoming bars and restaurants to choose from by Oosterpark, Javaplein and Beukenplein. Café LouieLouie, Tapperij De Eeuwige Jeugd, restaurant Wilde Zwijnen, Bar Basquiat and Bar Bachrach are highly recommended.
The apartment is easy to reach by car via the S100 and S113 from the A10 beltway. Due to its favorable location, Oosterpark, Flevopark and the city center are all easy to access. The property is close to public transportation stops, such as the bus and tram stops on Beukenweg and Linneausstraat. The apartment is at 15 minutes’ walking distance from station Amsterdam Muiderpoort.
Residents can apply for a parking permit for the area (permit zone Oost-1a.). This also allows for parking in zone Oost-1a. Resident parking permits cost € 142.20 per 6 months. The. current waiting list for this permit zone is 6 months (Source: Municipality of Amsterdam, March, 2023).
It is with aching hearts that we are saying goodbye to our wonderful apartment on Derde Oosterparkstraat.
We bought this house ‘from the drawing board’ in 2010 and are the first people to have lived in this lovely, bright apartment within the small-scale new construction project 9 Deuren. Back then it was just the two of us, but over the years we expanded our family with two energetic boys. So now it’s time for us to take a new step!
The apartment is fully equipped and provides plenty of living comfort in both summer and winter.
A cool drink on the wide balcony in the summer evening sun, nice warm feet due to the floor heating in winter. The tall windows and spacious rooms make for a light and open house, where we have experienced many beautiful moments.
The large dining table is our favorite place in the house, a natural separation between the kitchen and living room, where everyone can sit down for a drink or snack. But it is also the perfect spot for 1000-piece puzzles, craft projects and long after-dinner conversations.
The Oosterpark neighborhood is a nice cross-section of the city in all its facets; a mix of owner-occupied homes and social housing, creating a wonderful mix of people from all walks of life. Good accessibility by public transport, the OLVG hospital within walking distance and lots of variety in schools (elementary and secondary). The neighbors are lovely; mostly families with young or older children, students, senior citizens, original residents & expats. Even though not everyone knows each other, greeting each other on the street is really normal here. Within our building everyone is ready to help when needed, we have all HOA matters under our own management. Once a year an extensive drink is organized and many former residents stay in touch. A friendly oasis within the urban anonymity.
Our recommendations in terms of food & drink? Too many to mention! Within a 1 km radius, you’ll find the best coffee at Coffee Bru, crispy pizza at Oost, cinnamon rolls at 48/50, the best Thai Papaya salad at Thaicoon, cocktails at Bukowski, fresh scones with homemade jam at The Cottage, delicious wine at Clos, sourdough from Bakkerij Mas, cheese from Eriks delicatessen, fresh fruits & vegetables at Aslan, and the list goes on and on!
Fortunately, there are also many gyms to balance out the equation; Equal Yoga, Rocycle, PLTS, SwimGym, Vondelgym, you can row Amstel River, or just a run or play ball in Oosterpark – all within walking distance.
How we will miss this house and this neighborhood! We have so made so many great memories here, and wish the next residents an equally great start.
Amsterdam is the most beautiful city, and Oost is the best neighborhood ; )
We bought this house 'from the drawing board' in 2010