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Abbenesstraat 28 - hs 1059TE Amsterdam

Rental price € 1.750 per month

Year of construction
Floor space
60 m²
Number of rooms


Lovely 3-room ground floor apartment of approx. 60 m with a nice backyard of approx. 55 m.

At the request of the landlord, it is not possible to rent this property to divisors. Divisors means students or friends who rent the property jointly. Also the cohabitation of two or more (highly skilled) colleagues is not possible. A set, a couple or a family will be eligible for this property.

Apartment has its own entrance on street level. Hallway gives access to the living room with open kitchen. The kitchen has all the necessary appliances such as but not limited to a dishwasher, fridge, freezer, stove with extraction hood and an oven/microwave combination. Centrally located is the bathroom that has a walk-in shower, double sink and a bathtub. Both of the bedrooms are situated in the rear, these measure 10 m (3.45m x 2.93m) and 10.50 m (2.53m x 4.16m) respectively. Both of the bedrooms have access to the spacious backyard of approx. 55 m. The garden has a wooden shed of approx. 7 m. Additionally the apartment has a separate toilet and separate laundry facility.

The popularity of the Hoofddorpplein neighborhood in Stadsdeel Zuid (former Old South) is not only due to its ideal location in relation to the Vondelpark and the A10 and A4 highways, but also to the pleasant atmosphere on the street. Shops are within walking distance of, among other things, the Hoofddorpplein, the Sloterkade and in the Zeilstraat (extended Koninginneweg). For a leisurely stroll, go to the Vondelpark and for a night out you can choose from a variety of cozy restaurants and cafes nearby. The Westlandgracht is around the corner and possibly offers the possibility of a boat on the quayside. You can enjoy it on a bench or in the sunshine. There is currently no waiting time for a parking permit (South 2.3 licensing area: Hoofddorpplein and Schinkelbuurt).

The apartment is recently renovated (2014). The kitchen, bathroom and central heating system are renewed and all the walls and ceilings have been plastered and painted. Also a new floor was laid and new curtains were installed.
Additionally the apartment is fully double glazed.

-Not for sharing;
-Rental price is excl. G/W/L;
-One-time 195,-contract costs;
-2 months deposit;
-Minimum rental term of 12 months.
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Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction

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Floor space
60 m²


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Abbenesstraat 28 - hs 1059TE Amsterdam

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