Bos en Lommer is a multicultural neighbourhood in which everyone immediately feels at home.
It’s hard to believe, but years ago, Bos en Lommer was considered to be a ‘disadvantaged’ neighbourhood. Quite a lot has changed since then. Amsterdam continuously grows and develops, and more and more young couples and families are finding their home here. This has greatly transformed the neighbourhood in recent years. You’ll find an increasing number of trendy coffee houses, restaurants and specialty stores. But fortunately, the Moroccan supermarket and Turkish bakery are still there too.
‘Bos en Lommer is a delightful neighbourhood with cosy terraces, shops, plenty of greenery and the most delicious baklava!’Heleen, Makelaar Bert
Plenty to experience
Erasmuspark is a wonderful place for people of all ages. Whether you want to exercise, play or cool off in the summertime, this park is the perfect spot. For a delicious lunch, fresh juice or good coffee, you can settle down at café Terrasmus: the ideal meeting place for young families. In addition, on Bos en Lommerweg, you’ll find Podium Mozaïek, a theater with various types of performances and events. They also have a spacious terrace where you can enjoy a good meal. The rest of Bos en Lommerweg is filled with cosy restaurants and charming shops – there’s something for everyone.
Property values in bos en lommer have skyrocketed in recent years.
Rising property values
Just like Bos en Lommerplein, the surrounding streets are always lively. The neighbourhood’s upgrade is evident in the property values. In addition to owner-occupied homes, there is still a significant amount of social housing in Bos en Lommer, which makes the neighbourhood pleasantly diverse.
‘Do you want to live in Bos en Lommer as well? I’d be happy to help with the purchase.’
Buying and selling real estate agent