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Bolestein 256 1081EB Amsterdam

Rental price € 1.550 per month

Year of construction
1960-1970
Floor space
65 m²
Number of rooms
2

Description

Spacious and bright two-room apartment in Buitenveldert. The apartment is equipped with modern kitchen with appliances and balcony on the south. The accessibility of the apartment is good, various roads and public transport connections (including lines 5 and 51) are easily accessible. Shopping center Groot Gelderlandplein and various shops and restaurants are within walking distance. For recreation, the Amsterdamse Bos is nearby.

Lay out on the 5th floor:
Entrance hall with toilet, spacious and bright living room with storage cupboards and access to the balcony. Modern open kitchen with ceramic hob, extractor hood, sink, fridge, freezer and oven. Through the kitchen is also access to the balcony. Bedroom with adjoining bathroom. The bathroom has rain shower with hand shower, washbasin and connection for washing machine and dryer.

Specialities:

• Rental price € 1.550, - excl. G / W / E
• Living area 65 m2
• Available in consultation
• No intermediation costs for the tenant
• Tenancy agreements subject to the owner’s consent
• No agency costs for tenant
• Storage on the groundfloor
• € 2.000,- deposit

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Features

Transfer

Entry date
26/1/2020-26/1/2020-26/1/2020
Status
available
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement

Construction

Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction
1960-1970

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
65 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
2
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MVA neighbourhood information: Buitenveldert-West

Buitenveldert is the most southern part of Amsterdam South. The neighbourhood has a lot of contrasts. Buitenveldert characteristics itself by the amount of space and green facilities available in the area. There are many facilities and shopping centre for example the Gerderlandplaza. The houses are relatively big and the neighbourhood has many above-average aged people. The neighbourhood scores well on the safety scale. Although the safety is good, the social cohesion isn’t that strong. The Zuidas part of Amsterdam is a dynamic area, which is in full development. Originally the focus was on making this part of Amsterdam a high level office complex, but now the focus is more on making it a residential area. There aren’t that many inhabitants yet, but the new building concepts are designed to improve that. There will be an elementary school and several other facilities available, which will make this part of Amsterdam a unique location.

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