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Michelangelostraat 43 II 1077BS Amsterdam

Rental price € 3.800 per month

Year of construction
1935
Floor space
206 m²
Number of rooms
6

Description

A beautiful 4 bedroom renovated apartment on the second, third and fourth floor available in Oud Zuid. Walking distance to Beethovenstraat, WTC and British School. On Friday you will find a market with exclusive products on the corner of Minervaplein / Stadionweg. From the Stadionweg you can easily directly get to the Pijp or the Centre of Amsterdam by tram. Obtaining a parking permit will be no problem.

Via a lazy staircase you reach the second floor entering a wide hall, with a guest toilet, the spacious and light living- and lounge room (L-shape) with doors to the balcony at the backside, closed kitchen (new) with all the necessary appliances.

Third floor: 4 good bedrooms, the master bedroom has open doors to the balcony at the back side of the house, a bathroom with bath and separate shower, double sink (all new) and a separate 2nd toilet.

Fourth floor: steep staircase to the attic (connection for washer and dryer) and to be used as playroom or guestroom.

Features:

- Carpet

- Private entrance

- Four bedrooms

- Immediate available

- Minimum 12 months

- Possibility for creating a roof terrace
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
13/9/2019-13/9/2019-13/9/2019
Status
available
Accepting (an offer or contract)
by date

Construction

Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction
1935

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
206 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
6
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Michelangelostraat 43 II 1077BS Amsterdam

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