Open house every Friday between noon-13 p.m.

Ring the bell at Anthoniszstraat 41 and view the fully furnished apartments. Living areas approx. 50 m², asking prices from € 680,000.


Living on Devil's Island

Last apartments on sale

At Cornelis Anthoniszstraat 41, adjacent to the Pijp in Amsterdam Oud-Zuid, the last turn-key apartments will go on sale. This project consists of furnished apartments with an area of approximately 50 m². A unique concept: the purchase price includes stylish furniture and household appliances. You only need to bring your suitcase to move in!

Each apartment is tastefully renovated, has no ground lease and is energy efficient with energy label A. The location is ideal, with trendy coffee bars, cafes, restaurants and the Albert Cuyp market nearby. Next week we will hold an open house. Asking prices start at € 680,000,- k.k. (own land).

Cornelis Anthoniszstraat 39 | These homes have been rented.
Pieter Baststraat 5 | These homes have been sold.

The Apartments

Pieter Baststraat 5 / Cornelis Anthoniszstraat 39 & 41
Pieter Baststraat
Cornelis Anthoniszstraat

The Surroundings & Hotspots

The neighborhood
Devil's Island and the Pijp have a cosmopolitan feel with a mix of cultures, contributing to the diversity and vibrancy of the neighborhood. It is a popular place for residents as well as visitors. Tips from a neighborhood resident: We start the day with brunch at Little Collins, a trendy restaurant with Australian influences. Then we browse around the Albert Cuyp where we eat a herring, and stroll through Sarphatipark. In the old cinema, now home to CT Coffee & Coconuts, we stop for a coffee break. Then we walk toward Museumplein, for some cultural inspiration. We end the day close to home, for the tastiest steak in town at Loetje, at the end of our street.


1905 - 2023
These houses were built in the late 19th and early 20th centuries as the city developed and the demand for housing increased. The architecture reflects the prosperity and taste of the time, with attention to elegance, symmetry and decorative elements. There are three buildings, each with four floors. The first floor contained a garage which has given way to a premium gym. The neighborhood transformed over the last two decades into a hugely popular destination for artists, students and young professionals. The Devil's Island neighborhood is named after the shape of the island-like block between Van Woustraat, Ruysdaelkade, Frans Halsstraat and Albert Cuypstraat, and is adjacent to De Pijp.