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Aalsmeerweg 56 2 1059AL Amsterdam

Year of construction
1929
Floor space
57 m²
Number of rooms
3

Description

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Charming Unfurnished apartment of 57 m2 in the populair Hoofddorppleinbuurt. The apartment comes with 2 bedrooms, lots of built in storage space, modern bathroom, a beautiful wooden parquet floor and a sunny balcony.

LAYOUT:
Communal entrance, stairs to second floor, hallway with access to all areas, bright living at the front, bathroom with shower, sink and toilet and connection for washing machine, 2 bedrooms at the back one with cupboards, kitchen with 5-burner gas stove, built-in combi oven, dishwasher and fridge, balcony facing West at the rear accessible from both the bedrooms and kitchen

SURROUNDINGS:
The Hoofddorppleinbuurt is a bustling and lively neighborhood, which is popular due to its ideal location in relation to the A10 ring road and Vondelpark. There is a great selection of shops and restaurants on the Zeilstraat and Sloterkade. When you walk out the door you get your cup of coffee from Pipes & Beans or you go to lunch at DroversDog.
Various public transport facilities are located on Hoofddorpplein such as buses 16 and 62 and tram 2. These connections take you to all corners of the city, but also Lelylaan Station is less than 5 minutes by bike.
This friendly neighborhood meets all your needs!
Parking by license system municipality

Details:
- Rental price € 1.675,- excl;
- Living area approx. 57 m² ( not NEN 2580 measured)
- Unfurnished
- 2 bedrooms ( 1.92m x 4.58m & 2.19m x 4.22m )
- Sunny balcony facing West
- Available directly, for a minimum of 12 months
- Sharing possible for 2 working professionals
- Wooden floors
- Parking permit by license system Municipality
- Pets in consideration with landlord
- Nice area, very central

***This property is offered by a certified MVA broker***
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
23/1/2020-23/1/2020-23/1/2020
Status
rented
Accepting (an offer or contract)
Immediately

Construction

Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction
1929

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
57 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
3
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MVA neighbourhood information: Hoofddorppleinbuurt

The Hoofddorppleinbuurt consists of three neighbourhoods: The Hoofddorppleinbuurt lies west of city part South and is parted of the other area’s by the Schinkel. The area has been built during the 20e century as part of Plan-West. The Hoofddorpplein forms the central traffic-point, many hospitality and shops can mainly be found within this part of the neighbourhood. Several things have changed in the last couple of years in this neighbourhood, let houses were renovated into condominiums and this attracted a lot of new people which had a positive impact on the neighbourhood.

Aalsmeerweg 56 2 1059AL Amsterdam

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