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Albert Cuypstraat 98 I 1072CX Amsterdam

Rental price € 1.395 per month

Year of construction
Floor space
31 m²
Number of rooms


OPEN HOUSE - Wednesday, 27th November - 13:15 till 14:00 hrs.

FOR RENT -Renovated (2019) two room apartment on the first floor with a roof terrace facing south. The apartment is furnished. Located in one of the most fun and bustling neighborhoods of Amsterdam; De Pijp, with the Albert Cuyp market, shops, bars and restaurants practically on your doorstep. Public transport is easily accessible.

Layout apartment: first floor: Entrance; cubboard for fusebox; laundry room with washing machine; separate toilet; bedroom with closet space and double bed at the front. The bedroom has an en-suite bathroom with shower and sink; Living room with open kitchen with of course a dishwasher and from the living room direct access to the roof terrace on the south. In the attic there is a storage room for suitcases and boxes.

- Cozy and trendy neighborhood;
- Furnished;
- Renovated in 2019;
- Roof terrace facing South;
- Rent € 1.395- excl. gas, water and electricity;
- Service contract heating € 10,-per month;
- Fully double glazed;
- Deposit 3 months rent;

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Service costs
€   10 p/m
Entry date
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement


Type of house/apartment
Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
31 m²


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MVA neighbourhood information: Oude Pijp

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Albert Cuypstraat 98 I 1072CX Amsterdam

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