A striking new city district is being created on Oostenburg island, one of three historic islands in the heart of Amsterdam. Currently rough and ready to look at, by 2024 Oostenburg will be completely transformed into an attractive, car-free residential island that will be home to around 1,500 new Amsterdam households. A place where the people of Amsterdam can live, work and relax. Canal-side property De Hout Op Oostenburg on VOC-kade is a real gem and benefits from a lovely wood finish. With four homes, this is the smallest property on Oostenburg – making it truly unique. It incorporates one canal-side property measuring 230 sq. m. plus another three apartments, each measuring at least 45 sq. m., with views over the courtyard garden. As with all the homes on Oostenburg, you won’t have to pay any ground rent, because the building is situated on freehold land. The apartments are available to buy from around €390,000, with no additional costs payable by the purchaser. We would love for you to contact us to find out more about the project and the available properties.