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Bos en Lommerweg 9 I 1055DK Amsterdam

Year of construction
1931-1944
Floor space
55 m²
Number of rooms
4

Description

In a particularly distinctive, green and extensive location in the popular 'Bolo', we offer you a stylish and completely new converted apartment with a lovely living area with unobstructed views, 2 bedrooms, a private bicycle storage area and a fantastic balcony with magnificent view of the typical windmill de Bloem.
Also unique is the location on a vent road, which gives you and only destination traffic right in front of you and has relatively many parking spaces. This remote location of the main road gives you more rest in the home, much more than usual. In winter, you will have a more beautiful view and in summer the view on green.

For this beautiful apartment that just came from a large-scale renovation and décor, we are looking for a neat and reliable tenant who wants to rent the house for a 2-year period.
We can rent a maximum of 2 people.

Location:
The apartment is at the foot of the Westerpark on the 'round' corner of the Forest and Lommerweg with the Haarlemmerweg, which ends in perhaps the nicest street of Amsterdam: the Haarlemmerdijk. Here you will find within 10 minutes of the apartment's apartment, numerous charming boutique shops and nice restaurants. But also in the surrounding area of ​​the apartment you will find plenty of nice shops and restaurants, including those on the famous and evergreen Westergasterrein. For a quick message, Albert Heijn is within a minute's walk and you have no coffee at home? Sophie from the doorstep 'At the Park', delivers the best coffee and makes the most delicious fresh sandwiches.
Directly opposite the house, looking through the leaves of the beautiful trees, you will see the beginning of the Westerpark. When crossing the street, you will immediately be in the green pedestrian area. On the other side of this promenade is a place that is loved by many Amsterdamers; their allotment. A walk of about 10 minutes along this leafy area leads you to the nearby former old town of Sloterdijk, which was already annexed to Amsterdam in 1921 and is now better known as the Spaarndammerdijk.
Furthermore, by car, you can reach the ring A10 in 2 minutes and do you want public transport to Haarlem? Within half an hour you are there.

The building:
The semi-circular building in which the apartment is located, was built in 1934 and has an open stone staircase for that time to a overcooked bordes porch with the front door. The original wooden outside door next to the staircase on the ground floor, takes you to your own private bicycle storage there. Here is more than enough space for a few bikes, suitcases and boxes. Through the internal stairs, you will also come to the living area. This neat stairwell house shares you in total with 3 other, very friendly fellow residents.

The property:
The apartment has a nice living room with open kitchen in the front. The living room has a beautiful L-shaped lounge bench with stylish lighting. The luxury kitchen is equipped with a steam oven, a large dishwasher, a fridge freezer, 4 burner induction hob and extractor hood. The kitchen has ample closet space, both on top and bottom as well as in the dining area. Here you will find the basic necessities to serve your stay in this beautiful apartment, but you can also lose your own items here. The dining area consists of a round dining table, suitable for 4 persons, which can be folded to an oval table for groups up to 6 persons.
The 3 large window sections give a wonderful light and very pleasant view of the square and the green on the other side.
At the rear are 2 bedrooms, both of which have access to the amazing balcony. From the early morning hours, shine is shining until about 15.00 hours, and at the same time you have the view of the windmill de Bloem and the beautiful row of trees along the beautifully landscaped courtyard. The main bedroom features a built-in wardrobe and a double bed. The other bedroom can be furnished as a working room or as a second bedroom suitable for a double bed as well.
The bathroom is centrally located in the apartment and has a very nice layout and appearance. She has a hanging toilet, a washbasin with heated mirror and 2 drawers and a walk-in shower with niches for your own items.

The apartment is fully furnished with double glazing and a beautiful stylish finish; On the floor is oak motif, the walls and ceilings are very tight and doors and windows are neatly painted white. The windows are lined with curtains, which are transparent on the front and on the back of a fine thick quality.
Important features:

The apartment is available immediately.
Rent: € 1,750, - including furniture, excluding gas and electricity. (rent rent € 1,600 incl service charge)
Rental period: for a certain period of up to 2 years.
Total area: 55m² incl. 4m² storage
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Features

Overdracht

Entry date
28/8/2019-28/8/2019-28/8/2019
Status
under option
Accepting (an offer or contract)
Immediately

Bouw

Type of house/apartment
Apartment/apartment block
Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction
1931-1944

Oppervlakten en inhoud

Floor space
55 m²
External storage space
4 m²
Volume
142 m³

Indeling

Total number of rooms
4
Number of bedrooms
2
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