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Apollolaan 29 II 1077AB Amsterdam

Rental price € 2.250 per month

Year of construction
Floor space
115 m²
Number of rooms


Apollolaan, Amsterdam/ South (app. 115 m2) € 2250,- Excl. G/W/E and service costs
Fully renovated a 2 bedroom apartment in a unique location in Amsterdam-South. The property is located on the 2nd floor. The hall gives access to all rooms. The large and bright living room is with a beautiful view at the Apollolaan and with doors at the back that give access to the balcony. The balcony is located on the south west and has a nice view of the green gardens. New and separate kitchen with granite worktop, oven, gas stove, fridge, freezer and dishwasher. The kitchen also gives access to a balcony. The first bedroom (master bedroom) is located on the back side and has access to the second balcony, also located on the southwest. This bedroom also has access to the bathroom. The bathroom is with bath, shower and double sink. Hall gives access to the bathroom as well. Separate storage with new AEG washer and dryer. The second bedroom is located at the front of the house. The Apollolaan is very convenient to public transport and the highways. Within walking distance you will find the Beethovenstraat and the Cornelis Schuytstraat with its variety of shops, as well as various eateries and the Vondelpark. Various museums (including the Rijksmuseum) are also within easy reach.
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Service costs
€   30 p/m
Entry date
Accepting (an offer or contract)


Type of house/apartment
Upper-floor apartment
Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
115 m²


Total number of rooms
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MVA neighbourhood information: Apollobuurt

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Apollolaan 29 II 1077AB Amsterdam

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