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Anna van den Vondelstraat 15 B 1054GX Amsterdam

Rental price € 1.995 per month

Year of construction
Floor space
75 m²
Number of rooms


FOR RENT: Unique and brightly furnished three-room apartment ad 75M2, with a balcony located on the North-East, directly adjacent to the always pleasant Vondelpark and a stone's throw from Leidseplein, well-known shopping streets such as Van Baerlestraat, P.C. Hooftstraat and Cornelis Schuytstraat. Excellent connection with public transport, various tram/bus stops in the immediate vicinity but also the A10/A4/A5 are easily accessible.


Common entrance and stairs to the first floor.

First floor:
Spacious hall which provides access to all rooms. The living room is located at the front of the apartment and enjoys lots of light through the three large windows. The open spacious kitchen is equipped with all conceivable built-in appliances.
At the rear of the apartment you will find the two bedrooms, both have plenty of cupboard space. The master bedroom enjoys doors to the balcony which is located in the North-East. The luxurious bathroom has a bathtub and sink. Separate toilet and storage space.

Located in prime location (very centrally located) directly adjacent to the Vondelpark, between Old West and South, you can therefore go in all directions. In the immediate vicinity you will find many nice restaurants and cafés with cozy terraces, also various museums (including the Rijksmuseum) and supermarkets are within easy reach. Excellent connection with public transport, various tram/bus stops in the immediate vicinity but also the A10/A4/A5 are easily accessible.

- Rent: EUR 2.100 per month excluding g/w/e.
- Two bedrooms.
- Located in prime location.
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Service costs
€   150 p/m
Entry date
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement


Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
75 m²


Total number of rooms
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Anna van den Vondelstraat 15 B 1054GX Amsterdam

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