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Balthasar Floriszstraat 3 1 1071TZ Amsterdam

Year of construction
Floor space
53 m²
Number of rooms


Super charming and well maintained 2-room apartment located in a characteristic building on the beautiful area “Duivelseiland”, one of the most popular locations in Oud Zuid within walking distance of the Museumplein, shops and numerous cozy restaurants. The house is located on the first floor and has a balcony at the rear, the spacious L-shaped living room is located at the front and the modern semi-open kitchen and spacious bedroom at the rear. Because of the south location, there is a lot of sunshine in the living room. The bathroom has a design radiator, walk-in shower, toilet and sink.

The house is located on the first floor and has the following layout;
Entrance, entry into the bright living room. Adjoining the bathroom which is equipped with; sink, design radiator, toilet and walk-in shower. At the rear the spacious bedroom and through French doors you reach the balcony which is located on the north. Also at the rear the closed kitchen with access to the balcony and is equipped with various appliances including; 4-burner gas stove, extractor hood, microwave, dishwasher and washing machine.

In accordance with NEN2580 measurement, the living area of ??Living is approximately 52,9 m˛.
In accordance with NEN2580 measurement, the Building-bound outdoor space is approximately 4,7 m˛.
In accordance with NEN2580 measurement, the other indoor space is approx. 0,4 m˛.
NB. The specified area has been measured by a specialized company in accordance with NEN2580.

- Building year of construction around 1899.
- Traditional architectural style with masonry facades.
- Wooden frames with double glazing.
- Electricity: modern group cabinet with sufficient groups with earth leakage switch.
- Heating: Underfloor heating and hot water through central heating boiler (brand: Intergas).

The apartment is located on the popular area "Duivelseiland" in Amsterdam Zuid, in a very central location near the Museumplein. You can enjoy shopping in the nearby shopping streets such as Beethovenstraat, P.C. Hooftstraat and Van Baerlestraat, visiting museums, including the Rijksmuseum and the Stedelijk, and recreation in the Vondelpark. On the other side is the cozy De Pijp district, with even more fun nightlife, coffee shops, shops and the Albert Cuyp market.

The apartment is easily accessible by car from the A-10 (S108) ring road. There are several tram and bus stops nearby (including tram line 3, 5, 12). Metro stop De Pijp of the North-South line is also nearby. In 10 minutes you cycle to NS and metro station South / WTC and Schiphol Airport is also quickly accessible. Paid parking on public roads is Monday to Saturday from 9:00 am to 12:00 am (source: website Municipality of Amsterdam).

- Rental period maximum of 2 years.
- Available immediately.
- The deposit is two months rent.
- There is a possibility to create a second room, in which case the rent will be € 1,500 per month.
- Energy label D.
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53 m²


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