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Andreas Schelfhoutstraat 38 1058HV Amsterdam

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57 m²
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Charming apartment for rent on the second floor of a small apartment complex with an elevator. The apartment comes with wooden floors, modern bathroom and kitchen, storage box and a sunny balcony with a side view on De Sloterkade. This well-maintained apartment is within walking distance of the Vondelpark.

Communal entrance, lift to second floor, hallway with access to all areas and wardrobe space, spacious bedroom lot's of cupboard space, modern renovated bathroom with, shower, sink and toilet, laundry area with washer, bright and sunny living room with modern open plan kitchen equipped with 4-burner gas cooker, extractor hood, free standing fridge freezer, dishwasher and oven, south-facing balcony. Storage box and communal bike storage available

The apartment is situated at a quiet road in the bustling Schinkel/Overtoom area; a vibrant neighborhood with lots of facilities nearby. The Vondelpark is within walking distance and the Overtoom and Amstelveenseweg offer a great variety of restaurants and a good selection of shops for your daily shopping. There are many bars and restaurants nearby, including Bar Oslo and Bar Kosta, where you can sit outdoors in summer. Sports and nature lovers will certainly enjoy the David Lloyd sports facility and relax in the Vondelpark and Rembrandtpark.

The apartment has excellent public transport links; there are various tram and bus stops just around the corner at Surinameplein. The A-10 highway is just a 5-minute drive away.

. Rental price € 1.600,- excl per month
. Furnished
. Size 53 m2 (not NEN 2580 measured)
. 4 m2 south-facing balcony
. 5 m2 storage box
. Communal bike storage
. Available by the 2nd of December, for a minimum of 12 months
. Prepaid amount on top of € 55,- for block heating
. Great location
. Good quality
. No pets/no smoking

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Andreas Schelfhoutstraat 38 1058HV Amsterdam

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