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Baarsjesweg 262 - III 1058AC Amsterdam

Rental price € 1.495 per month

Year of construction
Floor space
60 m²
Number of rooms


Located in the West district (formerly the Baarsjes), we offer this bright 3-room apartment of approximately 60 mē with a balcony of 5 mē. In addition, the apartment has a third bedroom of approximately 8 mē on the fourth floor.

At the request of the landlord, it is not possible to rent this property to divisors. Divisors means students or friends who rent the property jointly. Also, the cohabitation of two or more (highly skilled) colleagues is not possible. A set, a couple or a family will be eligible for this property.

The entrance of the apartment on the third floor is reached via a communal staircase. The hallway gives access to all the rooms. A spacious living room with a beautiful water view is situated in the front of the apartment. Centrally located are the separate toilet and the bathroom with sink and shower. In the rear, you will find the simple kitchen and two bedrooms. These bedrooms measure approx. 7 mē and 8 mē. From here as well as the kitchen you can enter the balcony of approx. 5 mē.

The third bedroom on the fourth floor is reached via the communal staircase and measures approx. 8 mē. This bedroom has a sink as well as the connections for a dryer and washing machine.

The apartment is located on the border of Oud-West and Zuid, in a quiet street at the water. Numerous stores, supermarkets, restaurants, and cafes are within the vicinity. It is well accessible via public transport (tram and bus). Rembrandtpark is within walking distance. Parking is (relatively) easy in this neighborhood.

The apartment is a good state and is being let out upholstered. Additionally, fully double glazed.

-Not for sharing;
-Rental price is excl. G/W/L;
-2 months deposit;
-Minimum rental period is 12 months.
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Entry date
Accepting (an offer or contract)


Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction

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Floor space
60 m²


Total number of rooms
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