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Amstelkade 57 I 1078AJ Amsterdam

Year of construction
1924
Floor space
60 m²
Number of rooms
3

Description

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Amstelkade 57-I

Lovely first floor apartment with a beautiful Amstel canal view in front and a sunny balcony at the back. Within short distance to the Pijp area, where you’ll find the Albert Cuyp market, the Sarphatipark and lots of nice restaurants, shops, take aways and bars. Also easy access to the popular Maasstraat, Ring road A 10, North/South metro station, Station Rai and Zuidas area.

This unfurnished apartment is situated on the first floor and comes with upholstering like laminate flooring, curtains and light fixtures.

Lay out: communal entrance, stairs to first floor, hallway, bright and spacious living room at the front with separate dining area with built in cupboard space and an amazing view over the Amstel canal, access to the master bedroom at the quiet back, basic bathroom with shower, sink and toilet, separate kitchen with new induction stove, fridge/freezer, combi oven and connection for washing machine, second bedroom (approx 4.50 x 1.95 m) at the back side of the apartment. From both the kitchen and the master bedroom you have access to the sunny balcony facing South

Details:
- Rental price € 1.550,- excl. per month
- Available directly for a minimum of 12 months
- Size about 60 m2 (not measured according NEN2580 guidelines)
- 2 bedrooms
- Unfurnished
- Quiet area, surrounded by green
- Beautiful Amstel canal view
- Laminate flooring
- Sunny balcony
- No smoking, no pets
- 2 months deposit
- Sharing possible for 2 working professionals (second bedroom smaller)

**This Property is listed by JLG Real Estate a MVA Certified Expat Broker**
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2020-7-21
Status
rented
Accepting (an offer or contract)
Immediately

Construction

Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction
1924

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
60 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
3
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MVA neighbourhood information: IJselbuurt

The IJsselbuurt is a quiet residential area in Amsterdam South. The area mainly consists of houses dated from the 30’s. The neighbourhood is located along the Amstel River, just below ‘’de Pijp’’. The area offers all kinds of hotspots such as restaurants, specialty shops, Amstel, Sarphatipark and the Albert Cupymarkt. Public transport can be found at the Amstelstation, which is located just outside the neighbourhood.

Amstelkade 57 I 1078AJ Amsterdam

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