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Albert Molhof 37 * 1031JK Amsterdam

Rental price excluding € 1.565 per month

Year of construction
2020
Floor space
87 m²
Number of rooms
3

Description

** DOK15: AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY! Call Hallie & Van Klooster Makelaardij, tel (020) 6 816 716 to schedule a viewing **

A pearl on the water!
One of the gems of DOK 15! This Albert Molhof 37 apartment is approximately 87m2 in size and is located on the 3rd floor of the building, right on the water. It has a spacious living room of over 41 m2 and two bedrooms varying in size on the quiet courtyard garden side. Furthermore, the hall gives access to a nice bathroom with shower, a separate toilet and a handy storage room. It is not without reason that the living room has large windows and a balcony on the southwest: lots of light and a very popular view of the water.

The house has underfloor heating, has a beautiful open kitchen with all kinds of built-in appliances and a complete bathroom with double sink. Each house also has its own bicycle shed on the ground floor. The building itself is equipped with a comfortable lift.

The rent for this beautiful brand new rental apartment is 1,690 per month (excluding service costs and including parking space). Your car indispensable? No problem, you will also rent a parking space in a beautiful parking garage in the immediate vicinity of the house. Wonderfully comfortable!

Special place
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The apartment is located on the water side on the Leen Jongewaardkade and entrance on the Albert Molhof, right on the water of the Tolhuis Canal in Buiksloterham. Dok15 is a beautiful building, which in terms of appearance fits in well with the robust character of Buiksloterham, an area with an industrial past. The building breathes light, air, space and comfort. At the same time, you have the freedom that is automatically connected to renting. The environment is also very worthwhile. Dok15 is located on the water of the Tolhuis Canal. A stone's throw away are vintage shops, various cafes and famous restaurants such as Plekk, the Tolhuistuin and Loetje aan het IJ. This also applies to major cultural attractions such as the Eye Film Museum and the A'DAM Tower. The ring A10 is easily accessible by car. And with the ferry you can be in the center of Amsterdam in no time.


Would like to rent?
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To qualify for this apartment you must meet the income standard. One person has an income standard of at least 40 times the basic rent and for two people a joint annual income of at least 60 times the basic gross rent per year. In principle, the tenant must meet the income requirement himself. There is no renting to students and there is no working with guarantees or guarantees by parents or third parties. The house must be used as a main residence, for personal occupation and the tenant must register at this address after delivery.

Would you like to rent this house? Call Hallie & Van Klooster Makelaardij for more information and to register, tel (020) 6 816 716 or send an email to [email protected]


The rental information has been compiled with great care, but we cannot guarantee the correctness of the content and therefore no rights can be derived from it. The content is purely informative and should not be considered an offer. Where content, surfaces or dimensions are discussed, these should be regarded as indicative and approximately sizes. As a tenant, you must conduct your own research into matters that are important to you. We recommend that you engage your own NVM broker.
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Features

Transfer

Service costs
€   65 p/m
Entry date
2020-3-17
Status
available
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement

Construction

Type of house/apartment
Apartment with lift
Construction type
New development
Year of construction
2020

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
87 m²
External storage space
4 m²
Volume
201 m³

Layout

Total number of rooms
3
Number of bedrooms
2
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Albert Molhof 37 * 1031JK Amsterdam

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