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Bernard Zweerskade 23 II 1077VA Amsterdam

Rental price € 2.600 per month

Year of construction
Floor space
113 m²
Number of rooms


Modern and furnished 3 bedroom apartment of approx. 113 m˛ with a lovely canal view.
Located in the South district. It takes a few minutes’ walk from both Beethovenstraat -the main shopping street in the area- and the train + subway station 'Zuid'. The motorway exit is also just a few minutes away. Schiphol Airport is very easy to reach (10 minutes) by both train and car. The neighbourhood is child friendly with several local and two international schools.

Communal entrance. Apartment is on the second floor. The spacious central hall gives access to every room. There are 3 bedrooms and a new, modern bathroom. A nice wooden kitchen with hard stone counter top. Equipped with all appliances such as a gas stove with 5 burners, dishwasher and a large fridge. The dining- and living room can be devided by authentic stained glass sliding doors. The apartment has a beautiful sight over the water (canal Zuider-Amstel) and is located in a green environment. On the quiet backside is the balcony over the width of the apartment.

The apartment is located in the district Old-South. It is a few minutes'walk to the Beethovenstraat - the main shopping street in the area, the Stadionweg and the Zuid-as. Here you can find lots of shops, bars, restaurants and supermarkets. Also the train- and subway station Zuid and the NoordZuidlijn are closeby.

The apartment is located nearby the 'Beatrixpark'. The motorway exit is just a few minutes away. Schiphol Airport is very easy to reach (10 minutes). The neighbourhood is child friendly with both local and international schools. It's easy to get a parking permit.

From the Minervaplein you can take tram 24 and from the Beethovenstraat you can take tram 5 or bus 358 to the city centre of Amsterdam.

Rental price: € 2.600,- a month excl. utilities;
Advance heating and water costs: € 200,- a month;
Deposit: two months rent;
Available: directly
Minimum rental period: 1 year.
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Floor space
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