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Amazonenstraat 53 - hs 1076LH Amsterdam

Rental price € 1.500 per month

Year of construction
Floor space
55 m²
Number of rooms


Ground floor apartment of approx. 55 m2, located on a prime location in the Old-South area. Livingroom at the front, bathroom with bathtub and sink, separate toilet. Spacious bedroom at the back with double doors to the sunny garden (facing South) of approx. 40 m2, separate kitchen, 2nd smaller bedroom with built-in closet. Located close to the Olympiaplein and Stadionweg.

The apartment is not suitable for sharing

Rental price 1.500,- excl. g/w/e/internet and tv
Security deposit 2 months rent
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By mutual agreement


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Existing property
Year of construction

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Floor space
55 m²


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Amazonenstraat 53 - hs 1076LH Amsterdam

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