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Amstelkade 59 bg 1078AK Amsterdam

Rental price € 2.900 per month

Year of construction
1926
Floor space
115 m²
Number of rooms
6

Description

Attractive five-room two-storey lower house with many preserved authentic details such as a marble fireplaces. Located on one of the nicest locations of the Rivieren buurt with an unobstructed view of the Amstel kanaal. Ideal location with many shops in the immediate vicinity and good accessibility both with your own and public transport. The beautiful low-maintenance garden facing south is largely equipped with natural stone slabs and a shed of approximately 5 m2 with electricity. Possibility to put a boat in front of the door, step into the boat from your living room and sail up the Amstel!

Lay out;

Entrance via the private front door on the ground floor. Then the hall with a concrete cast floor. Upon entering you immediately get the pleasant feeling of the home, partly due to the beautiful floor with wide oak planks. Adjacent to the hall is a wardrobe, meter cupboard, toilet with hand basin, stairs and the original door to the spacious living room. This is divided by en suite doors with built-in cupboards. At the front the sitting area and at the rear the dining / living kitchen with doors to the veranda which provides access to the lovely garden of 51 m2 on the south. The handle less kitchen with cooking island is made to measure and has a Belgian bluestone top. Equipped with built-in combi oven, large fridge, freezer, dishwasher and 5 burner gas hob with extractor. The wide drawers are ideal for storing the cooking utensils.

First floor;

Via the stairs you reach the spacious landing on the first floor. The staircase with runner has cast iron bars. The largest bedroom is at the front and has a bay window where you have a beautiful view of the water. Adjacent walk in closet (smaller room). At the rear a spacious bedroom and a smaller bedroom, ideal as a children's room. Both bedrooms give access to the facade-wide balcony. The choice of materials gives the luxury bathroom with Belgian hard stone floor with double sink, whirlpool, walk-in shower with pouring head and built-in mixer taps and underfloor heating a warm feeling. Thanks to the custom fitted cupboard in the bathroom, washing machine and dryer are neatly concealed.

Features;

- Garden
- Newly renovated
- 3 bedrooms

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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2020-2-6
Status
available
Accepting (an offer or contract)
by date

Construction

Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction
1926

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
115 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
6
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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 59 bg 1078AK Amsterdam

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