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Banne Buikslootlaan 113 D 1034AB Amsterdam

Rental price € 1.500 per month

Year of construction
Floor space
72 m²
Number of rooms


Co-tennants - couples- singles, pay attention!

Spacious three-room (possibility of creating a third bedroom) apartment of approx. 72 sqm with balcony located on the second floor (built 2014). The apartment has an elevator and a separate storage room of approx. 6 sqm located on the first floor. The apartment is unfurnished and is equipped with a beautiful parquet floor and curtains.

In short, a beautiful apartment with all modern conveniences where you can immediately move in!

Layout; Communal reception room with mailboxes, stairs and elevator to the second floor.
Second floor: Short gallery, entrance house, meter cupboard, hallway, two spacious bedrooms, luxurious bathroom with spacious shower room and washbasin, separate toilet with corner sink and practical laundry and storage space. Bright living room with open kitchen and modern appliances including ceramic hob, extractor, fridge, freezer, microwave, oven and dishwasher.

- Upholstered
- Elevator present
- Floor and district heating
- Separate storage on the ground floor

- Rental price: 1.500,- per month excl. g/w/l/
- Maximum 2 residents
- Minimum rental period 1 year (shorter not negotiable)
- Maximum rental period 2 years
- Available immediately
- Deposit 1.500,-
- Minimum income: twice the rent or a parent must guarantee

The property is located opposite the shopping center "De Banne" and a short distance from the ring road A-10. The center can be reached by bike within 15 minutes and there is a bus stop within walking distance. In addition, the future North/South line provides a good connection to the center of Amsterdam. In the immediate vicinity you will find a surprisingly wide range of stores, sports facilities, schools and restaurants.
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By mutual agreement


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Year of construction

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Floor space
72 m²


Total number of rooms
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MVA neighbourhood information: Banne Buiksloot

Banne North and South were mostly built during the sixties and seventies. The streets are named after ship types and other concepts from the shipping industry. Banne South had many flats but, those have mostly been replaced by new buildings. Residential area Banne North is green and has a low-traffic rate. Banne East was also built during the nineties and consists of mainly single family houses. The Bezaanjachtplein, at the corner of the Ijdoornlaan, is the Banne-Center, realized with houses, a shopping centre, library and a multifunctional center/district house.

Banne Buikslootlaan 113 D 1034AB Amsterdam

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