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Amstel 106 II 1017AD Amsterdam

Rental price € 2.450 per month

Year of construction
1659
Floor space
71 m²
Number of rooms
3

Description

Fully furnished (and possibility for completely serviced) luxurious 2 bedroom apartment in a Monumental canal house ('The dancing house') on a magnificent location with a wide view over the Amstel and the Groenburgwal.
The apartment has recently completely been renovated while retaining original details like authentic wooden beams.

Layout:
Monumental staircase to the front door, a very well-kept hall and stairs. Entrance on the first floor.
Second floor: Very bright and spacious living room with large windows at the front and rear of the apartment. Modern open kitchen that features all present day appliances such as a 5 burner gas stove, dishwasher, microwave/oven, refrigerator and freezer.The living area features a tasteful herringbone parquet floor (insulated).
Third floor: At the front a lovely bedroom with a nice view over the Amstel and a beautiful beamed ceiling. Bathroom with shower, wash basin and towel radiator. An equally well sized second bedroom is situated at the rear with authentic beams and wooden floor.

Location:
Located on the Amstel near the Muntplein and the Rembrandtplein.
Public transport is excellent, tram lines 4 and 14 and buses N85, N87, N89, N91, and N93 run from Rembrandtplein.
Because of its magnificent location, there is a wide view on the canal and the Old Town.
Rembrandtplein, Stopera Kleine Komedie are all within walking distance, as are numerous restaurants and bars and shops.
The Amstel is a one-way traffic on this part therefore it's a very quiet canal in the middle of the city centre.

Super charming apartment with old characteristics yet with modern luxury!

Rental price: 2.450,-- per month excl. utilities;
Possibility to rent fully serviced for 2.750,-- per month (g/w/e, tv+internet and biweekly cleaning);
Deposit: 2 months' rent;
CPI with a min. of 2%;
Fully furnished;
Available: directly;
No students;
Sharers max. 2; to be discussed;
Pets; to be discussed.
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
10/3/2020-10/3/2020-10/3/2020
Status
available
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement

Construction

Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction
1659

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
71 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
3
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Amstel 106 II 1017AD Amsterdam

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