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Apollolaan 45 II 1077AD Amsterdam

Rental price € 2.600 per month

Year of construction
1931
Floor space
120 m²
Number of rooms
4

Description

Spacious and luxurious renovated and furnished 4 bedroom apartment with a living area of 120m2 and three balconies, two of which on the south. The apartment is on the second floor at the Apollolaan around the corner of Beethoven Street , WTC and Beatrixpark.

Location :
Easily accessible from the Ring A- 10 (exit S108 or S109 ), tram lines 5 and 24 are near several stations and several bus lines. NS station Zuid / WTC is within walking distance . Parking by permit system , there is no waiting period at this moment. The apartment is located on walking distance of the British school .

Classification:
Through the stone stairs you reach the entrance to the 2nd floor. The hall gives access to the bedrooms, study, bathroom and living room. The bathroom is also accessible from the master bedroom. The very bright and spacious living room has a balcony (facing south) and a balcony at the front. The living room has a bay window overlooking the Apollolaan. From the living room you have access to the kitchen with appliances including a 5-burner stove, oven / microwave, dishwasher and fridge, freezer. At the front, the apartment a room which can be used as work / study and a bedroom / children’s bedroom. The work / study has a washing machine and a separate dryer. In the hall is a separate toilet. The spacious master bedroom has a balcony with French doors. Through the master bedroom you have access to the bathroom with spacious shower. The apartment is equipped with curtains.

Apollolaan :
Apollolaan ( Old South ) is a broad avenue centrally located within walking distance of the Beethovenstraat where you can do your daily shopping. There is enough parkingspace in front of the apartment. The Pijp , PC Hooftstraat and Cornelis Schuytstraat are easily reached by bike or public transport.

details :
• Not suitable for sharers
• Also furnished available for € 2.900,- per month
• Rental price excl. gas, electricity and water
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Features

Overdracht

Entry date
28/9/2019-28/9/2019-28/9/2019
Status
available
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement

Bouw

Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction
1931

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Floor space
120 m²

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Total number of rooms
4
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Apollolaan 45 II 1077AD Amsterdam

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