Spacious living on the third and fourth floor with approx. 85 m² of the Blasiusstraat 130-III in the heart of the city on freehold land!
Entrance through spacious stairwell on the third floor. A wide hall connects the living, dining room, kitchen, toilet and the staircase to the fourth floor.
Wooden floors throughout the house. The living room is located on the street side of Blasiusstraat with beautiful wooden window frames (recently renewed) with double glazing.
The kitchen is equipped with all kinds of appliances including a dishwasher, oven, gas hob and extractor. The kitchen has access to the balcony facing south! At the rear is also the spacious dining room, with access to the same wide balcony.
In the hall there is a staircase to the fourth floor. Through the landing you get access to all rooms on this floor. Here are 2 spacious bedrooms with tilt and turn windows, plastic window frames and double glazing. The bathroom has a spacious bath and shower in the bath, a toilet with grinder, a sink with mirror, sufficient storage space and the washing machine connection and boiler (2004) are also located here. The apartment needs to be modernized internally.
The Blasiusstraat is located between the Weesperzijde and the Amstel on the one hand and the Wibautstraat on the other. A quiet street with beautiful facades from the late 19th century. There are many nice and trendy cafés and restaurants in the area. Think of: Loetje Oost, De Ysbreeker, Stek Amsterdam, Het Volkshotel, Hesp, Dauphine, Amstelhaven, and much more. Shops for daily shopping are also located nearby, among others on the Wibautstraat, Ceintuurbaan and Van Woustraat. And for sports and relaxation you can visit the nearby Vondelgym, the Oosterpark, Sarphatipark, Park Frankendael, the Hortus Botanicus and Artis. De Pijp and the Plantagebuurt and the center are both within walking distance and the Rivierenbuurt and Watergraafsmeer are within a short cycling distance. In short, an ideal place to live.
Blasiusstraat (East): Gerardus Blasius (1625-1693), professor of medicine in Amsterdam. The street was originally christened Vierde Boerhaavestraat (source: The name of our street).
From A to B
The location is easily accessible from the Ring A10 via exits S109, S110 and S112. There are also various public transportation options in the area. Tram line 3 has a stop on the Ruyschstraat, the Wibautstraat metro station is around the corner and the Amsterdam Amstel train and metro station is a short bike ride away.
– Freehold ground! No leasehold!
– Balcony facing south
– Lots of natural light
– No upstairs neighbors!
– Duplex apartment
– Spacious living room
– Wooden floor
– Double glazing throughout the apartment
– New frames on the front
– The property needs to be modernized internally
– Good accessibility