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Alexander Boersstraat 54 1071KZ Amsterdam

Rental price € 3.750 per month

Year of construction
Floor space
146 m²
Number of rooms


For rent in Amsterdam South a beautiful furnished apartment divided over three floors.

This fully furnished apartment is situated in a beautiful building right behind the Van Baerlestraat , just across the PC Hooftstraat.

The apartment is located in the charming Museum Quarter. All the famous Musea (Rijksmuseum, Stedelijk Museum and Vincent van Gogh Museum) are just around the corner and can be reached within less than five minutes walking.
In the neighbourhood you'll find a lot of shops, restaurants and cafés within walking distance. The Vondelpark is just around the corner.
This area is easily accessible by car (close to highway A10) and public transport (tram Line 2, 5 ). The offices at WTC and the Zuid-As are only a bike ride away

Lay out:

Via a closed of gate through the terrace you have a private entrance at ground floor. Here you find a separate storage room. Stairs leading to the first floor.

1st floor: guest bedroom/study with bathroom with shower and toilet

2nd floor:
Large Living room with parquet floor and gas fire place. Large windows overlooking the Conservatorium Hotel. Luxurious fully equipped open plan kitchen with all necessary appliances with open door to a large balcony/roofterrace.

3rd floor:
Large bedroom with walk-in closet and large bathroom. Seperate laundry room with washingmachine and dryer.

- Furnished
- Two bedrooms
- Two bathrooms
- Roofterrace

This information has been compiled by us with the necessary care. No liability is accepted for any incompleteness, incorrectness or otherwise, or consequences thereof. All sizes and dimensions are indicative.

Published measurements are not NEN measured
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Floor space
146 m²


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Alexander Boersstraat 54 1071KZ Amsterdam

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