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Bernard Zweerskade 24 /III 1077VA Amsterdam

Rental price € 3.000 per month

Year of construction
1906-1930
Floor space
136 m²
Number of rooms
4

Description

Spacious and very light 4-room Loft apartment of approximately 136 m2 located on a very popular location on the water at the Bernard Zweerskade. The house is located on the corner of the quiet Bernard Zweerskade with a view over the Zuider Amstel canal and the famous shopping street Beethovenstraat with its wide range of caterers and specialty shops.

Layout:
Through common stairs you have access to the 3rd floor. The hall gives access to all areas of the home. At the front a spacious L-shaped living room with separate dining area. Due to the large windows on two sides, this room is very light. Living room gives access to the balcony on the south-west. On the side access through en-suite doors to a spacious third bedroom. This room is also accessible through the hall.

The two other bedrooms are located next to each other on the side of the house. The two bedrooms also have fitted wardrobes. The bathroom is located in the middle of the house and has a bath, toilet, walk-in shower, double sink and design radiator. The kitchen is located at the rear and equipped with luxurious equipment, including a large oven, 6-burner gas stove, dishwasher, fridge and freezer. The toilet is separate and there is a space for washing machine and dryer.

Surroundings:
This apartment is located on a beautiful corner of the Bernard Zweerskade and the Beethovenstraat in Amsterdam South. On the south side there is a nice view over the Zuider Amstelkanaal. The well-known shopping street Beethovenstraat can immediately be found on the way out and has many caterers and various specialty shops, such as, among others, Butcher Hergo, cheese specialist Kaas en Zo, Le Pain Quotidien and a Coffee Company. The Stadionweg with many restaurants and bakery Le Fournil is within walking distance, as is The British School of Amsterdam and the Sportpark Olympiaplein. The Harbor Club is nearby and the Vondelpark for relaxation is a 5-minute bike ride away.
Excellent accessibility by the Ring A-10 and conveniently located near the Zuid-As, from where you have a direct connection with Schiphol.
There is ample parkingspace in the neighborhood. Parking is possible with a permit, for which there is currently no waiting time. For the current waiting lists we refer you to the site of the Municipality of Amsterdam.

Particularities:
- Good size apartment with access to 3 bedrooms.
- Because of the height of the house there is a beautiful view from the living room and from the roof terraces.
- Located in a characteristic building, built in Amsterdamse School style from the 30s.
- Build in 1931 in accordance with the BAG viewer.
- Immediately available
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
16/1/2020-16/1/2020-16/1/2020
Status
available
Accepting (an offer or contract)
Immediately

Construction

Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction
1906-1930

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
136 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
4
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Bernard Zweerskade 24 /III 1077VA Amsterdam

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