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Apollolaan 29 III/IV 1077AB Amsterdam

Year of construction
1928
Floor space
160 m²
Number of rooms
8

Description

Beautiful apartment suitable for a family given the size and number of rooms!
Not suitable for sharers !!
Spacious and completely luxurious renovated in 2018 8 (!) - room apartment, 6 bedrooms, with a living area of approx. 160 m2, spacious modern kitchen and two south-facing balconies. The apartment is located on the third and fourth floors on the beautiful Apollolaan around the corner from Beethovenstraat with various shops and restaurants, the WTC and the Beatrixpark.

Location:
Very easily accessible from the Ring A-10 (via exit S108 or S109), tram lines 5 and 24 have several stops nearby as well as several bus lines. South train station / WTC is within walking distance. Parking permit via permit system, there is currently no waiting time for this. The apartment is located within walking distance of many schools.

Layout:
You reach the entrance to the third floor via the communal outside staircase. The spacious hall gives access to the bedrooms, bathroom, toilet and spacious living room en suite. The bathroom is also accessible from the master bedroom. The very bright and spacious living room has a balcony at the rear (facing south). From the hall you have access to the modern kitchen with various built-in appliances including an electric hob, combi oven / microwave, dishwasher and fridge / freezer combination. At the front, the apartment has two rooms that can be used as both sleeping / study rooms. In the hall is a separate modern toilet with fountain. The apartment is also equipped with a floor, lace curtains, curtains, washing machine and a dryer.

The internal staircase leads to the top floor with three more bedrooms and a bathroom with toilet and shower. The dryer and washing machine are also located here.

PARTICULARITIES;
• Rental price € 2900 = exclusive; G / W / E, TV / Internet and municipal taxes.
* Advance payment for gas consumption of € 125 per month and € 30 for subscription c.v. boiler and glass front facade, cleaning stairwell and porch.
• Living area approximately 160 m2
• Upholstered.
• Available immediately.
• No mediation costs for the tenant.
• Rental agreement subject to owner approval.
• 2 months warranty.

DISCLAIMER
This information has been compiled by us with the necessary care. On our part, however, no liability is accepted for any incompleteness, inaccuracy or otherwise, or the consequences thereof. All specified sizes and surfaces are indicative.
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Features

Transfer

Service costs
€   30 p/m
Entry date
2020-5-20
Status
rented
Accepting (an offer or contract)
Immediately

Construction

Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction
1928

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
160 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
8
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Apollolaan 29 III/IV 1077AB Amsterdam

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