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Amstel 308 - III+IV 1017AN Amsterdam

Year of construction
Floor space
127 m²
Number of rooms


NO SHARING. On a beautiful spot, spacious 2 bedroom apartment with roof terrace on the top two floors of a canal house across from Carré. The third floor (82m²): living room, bedroom, and kitchen. The fourth floor (45m²): now one large master bedroom (owner can divide it into two bedrooms), bathroom and roof terrace (30m²).

The entrance of the apartment is on the second floor. A staircase leads to a landing on the third floor with double glass doors to the large, L-shaped, three windows wide living room at the front, overlooking the Amstel River and Carré. Located at the back of living and landing is a hall with toilet and washer/dryer closet. From this hall a bedroom and kitchen at the back are accessible. On the landing, a staircase leads to the landing on the fourth floor. This gives access to a very large master bedroom, a bathroom (bath, separate shower, sink, toilet) and a roof terrace. The big master bedroom can be divided in two rooms by the owner if requested. The roof terrace is also accessible from the master bedroom with double doors. Ceiling height 2.75 fourth floor 2.16.

The kitchen consists of an L-shaped counter with upper and lower cabinets, a sink, a dishwasher. Next to the sink is a 5-burner gas stove with oven surmounted by a hood. Next is the fridge-freezer.

The upholstery covers lace curtains and curtains for all windows (blinds in the kitchen). In living, dining and bedroom are rails for paintings. Washing machine and dryer are included.

The rentprice
• includes reimbursement for upholstery
• excludes gas, electricity, water, sewage;
The usual local user taxes will be charged to the tenant. There are no service charges.

The apartment is available at short notice for a flexible period, even indefinitely. The minimum initial fixed period is one year, longer is appreciated by the lessor. A contract will be drawn up according to the model of the ROZ. The deposit is 2 months’ rent. Annual rent increase based on price indices of the CBS. No contract costs for tenant.
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let conditionally
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Year of construction

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Floor space
127 m²


Total number of rooms
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