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Admiralengracht 40 II 1057EZ Amsterdam

Rental price € 1.750 per month

Year of construction
Floor space
65 m²
Number of rooms


Luxurious 3-room apartment with a living space of 65 m2 located in the nice hip neighborhood of De Baarsjes. The apartment is on the second floor of a building completely renovated in 2018. The whole is in excellent condition and has been renovated to a high standard with an eye for detail. The apartment has a beautiful panoramic view over the Admiralengracht.

The rent is 1,750 per month, excluding gas, water and electricity, including service costs.
The rental period is at least 1 year, the tenant must provide a deposit of 1 month gross rent.

Entrance on the second floor, hall, open kitchen in the length of the apartment with various built-in appliances, spacious and bright living room at the front of the apartment. In the middle of the apartment is the bathroom with a beautiful luxury double shower, sink and of course underfloor heating. Toilet with fountain. At the back you will find two sleek and fresh bedrooms, both of which provide access to the balcony (east).

65 m2 (NEN 2580);
Very luxuriously renovated in 2018;
2 bedrooms;
Fully equipped with double glazing;
Balcony east.

The Admiralengracht is one of the most beautiful canals in Amsterdam with a wide green strip on both sides and various old trees. The jetties make getting in and out of your boat very easy here.
In less than fifteen minutes by boat you are on the canals in the center of Amsterdam. For peace and relaxation you can visit the nearby Erasmus Park and the Rembrandt Park. The Sloterplas is less than 10 minutes by bike.

De Baarsjes is simply a wonderful neighborhood to live in, with its varied range of shops and eateries, including in the Jan Evertsenstraat and near the Kinkerstraat. The popular Foodhallen are a 10-minute walk away. You will also find several schools, community centers, playgrounds and a petting zoo in the Rembrandtpark nearby.

The location is convenient for the highways A4, ring A10 (exit S105) and tram connections (lines 5, 7, 13, 15 and 18), night bus around the corner, to all corners of the city including Leidseplein, Dam square and Central Station. You will also find several schools and shops nearby. You can reach the Center by bike via the cozy Kinkerstraat in "no-time".

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