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Albert Luthulistraat 24 A 1091NV Amsterdam

Year of construction
1930
Floor space
78 m²
Number of rooms
4

Description

Semi-furnished, light-filled ground floor apartment (ca. 78m) with three bedrooms and a large garden.

LAYOUT:
The ground-floor apartment is accessible through the shared entrance, which gives into the hallway with space for a wardrobe. The large living room with open-plan kitchen looks out onto the garden in the back. With its high ceilings, skylight and large sliding doors into the garden, it has a spacious ambiance. The modern kitchen features a five-burner gas stove, combined refrigerator and freezer, dishwasher, microwave and oven. Separate storage cabinet with space for a washing machine/dryer and the central heating boiler. There is a bedroom/study adjoining the living room. The garden with its shed is accessible through large sliding doors. The two bedrooms look out onto the street and are situated next to the luxury bathroom with shower, bathtub, and washbasin. Separate toilet with washbasin.

SURROUNDINGS & ACCESSIBILITLY:
The apartment is situated on a pleasant, quiet street in the popular Transvaal neighbourhood, with several supermarkets within walking distance. There are great and trendy cafs and restaurants nearby, among others on the Weesperzijde and Beukenweg. The Dappermarkt with its stalls selling fresh produce (fish, vegetables, fruit and flowers) is just a five minute bicycle ride away, as are the Oosterpark and Flevopark for sports and relaxation. The area boasts every possible facility. The apartment is easily accessible by public transport, with Amsterdam Amstel train station 5 minutes away by bicycle. The A10, A2 and A1 motorways are also within easy reach.

DETAILS:
- Available immediately
- No sharing;
- NVM background check
- Rent is exclusive of gas, water & electricity
- Subject to approval by the owner
- Semi-furnished
- Minimum rental period 1 year
- Two months deposit
- Living area 77.80m
- 3 bedrooms
- Massive wooden flooring
- Large garden
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2020-10-9
Status
rented
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement

Construction

Type of house/apartment
Ground-floor apartment
Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction
1930

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
78 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
4
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MVA neighbourhood information: Transvaalbuurt

The Transvaalbuurt lies between the Transvaalkade, The Wibautstraat, The railroad Amsterdam, Muiderpoort and the Linnaeusstraat. There are few green facilities, but there are several initiatives from the inhibitants to create some more social gardens. Most buildings in this area are styled by the Amsterdam School, with special details. This neighbourhood is one of the areas which needed to be renewed and that is what happened. The extra effort made sure that the quality of living in this area is increased.

Albert Luthulistraat 24 A 1091NV Amsterdam

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