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Apollolaan 79 HS* 1077AK Amsterdam

Year of construction
1938
Floor space
259 m²
Number of rooms
8

Description

***AMAZING FAMILY HOUSE FOR RENT***

Brilliant and unique two-storey ground floor house (259 m²) with a spacious sunny backyard on one of the most prestigious avenues in the heart of Old South. The building was built in 1938 and was designed by the famous Amsterdam architect Jan Frederik Staal. The stately and wide apartment is spread over 2 floors and has a large terrace (22m2) at the rear and stairs to the lovely backyard with a back lane to the Bachstraat.The front offers a stunning view of the wide Apollolaan with a green strip and beautiful trees. Your view is almost completely unrestricted at the rear, offering a lot of privacy. At the moment the house has 5 bedrooms, but a 6th and 7th bedroom are easy to create. The apartment has been recently renovated to a high standard and is in excellent condition.

Layout:

Own entrance

Ground floor:

The front door opens into a spacious reception area, at the heart of the home. A tasteful and light living room is located at the front and offers stunning views thanks to its characteristic windows that cover the entire width. The open-plan kitchen is located at the rear with French doors leading onto the spacious terrace and large south facing garden. The design kitchen is equipped with luxury kitchen appliances.

The master bedroom located at the rear facing the garden with a private bathroom. The bathroom has a bath, spacious double walk-in shower, double sinks and toilet. At the front of the house is the spacious walk-in closet. Separate toilet with fountain are accessible from the hall.

The entire ground floor has a beautiful oak wooden herringbone parquet floor that was completely renovated in the spring of 2020.

Basement:

The spacious hall, just like on the ground floor, gives access to all rooms. A large bedroom with windows on the garden. The 2nd bathroom with shower, bath and double sink also has a view of the backyard. Third bedroom also with a view of the sunny backyard. Cozy hall with built-in bookcase which is arranged as a library. The fourth bedroom at the front of the house, formerly a luxurious home cinema space, has now been converted into a lovely, atmospheric bedroom, perfect for an au pair.

The hall gives direct access to the wine room with built-in wine rack and handy storage space and the large laundry room with plenty of storage space, washer / dryer and fountain.

Garden / terrace:

The garden (100 m2) and terrace (22m2) face the sunny south. On summer days you can enjoy the sun all day from 08:00 in the morning to 20:00 in the evening. The terrace is directly adjacent and the garden is reached by a small staircase which creates a very nice effect. From the terrace there is a slide for the children into the garden with large trampoline and sandpit. There is a garden shed in the garden of 6m2, with electricity. The garden is closed with a door that opens to the back lane which leads to the Bachstraat and is only accessible to residents.

Location/accessibility:

The apartment is located within walking distance of the Zuidas district. Arterial roads and various public transport options are a stone's throw away. It will take you only 15 minutes to get to Amsterdam Airport Schiphol. Around the corner are well-known shopping streets such as Beethovenstraat, Cornelis Schuytstraat and PC Hooftstraat. Various restaurants, famous museums (such as the Van Gogh Museum and Stedelijk Museum) and of course Vondelpark and Beatrixpark are within easy reach. There are parking spaces at the front of the building and, for now, you will receive 2 parking permits without a waiting period.

Specifics:

- Title to apartment, 259m2
- Terrace, 22m2, along the entire south-facing width of the property
- Garden, 100m2, along the entire south-facing width of the property with a back lane to Bachstraat
- Garden shed, 6m2
- Unfurnished € 6.750,- a month
- Furnished € 7.000,- a month
- Including 4 hours of professional cleaning each week
- Excluding gas, water, electricity and internet, but including service costs
- Excluding heating costs (advance payment: € 250,- per month)
- Deposit 2 months rent
- 2 parking permits available immediately
- Availability on mutually agreement
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2020-6-1
Status
let conditionally
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement

Construction

Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction
1938

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
259 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
8
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MVA neighbourhood information: Apollobuurt

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Apollolaan 79 HS* 1077AK Amsterdam

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