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Beethovenstraat 32 - IV 1077JH Amsterdam

Rental price € 1.750 per month

Year of construction
1930
Floor space
70 m²
Number of rooms
3

Description

FANTASTIC APARTMENT WITH SPACIOUS TERRACE LOCATED AT THE POPULAR BEETHOVENSTRAAT.

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Address:
BEETHOVENSTRAAT 32-IV TE 1077 JH AMSTERDAM

Description / Location:
Furnished apartment located on the fourth and top floor located on the popular Beethovenstraat.

The property is located at the Beethovenstraat above a bookstore. In addition to the property there are a Starbucks and a ICI Paris XL.

The apartment is centrally located in Amsterdam Oud Zuid, public transport (bus and tram) is just a stone's throw away and WTC station is within walking distance.

Layout:
Entrance; light, spacious living room with open kitchen equipped with built-in appliances, study room, possibly use as a children's room, guest toilet, access to the spacious terrace of approximately 28 m2.

Permanent staircase to the top floor where the bedroom and the bathroom are located. The bathroom is equipped with shower, sink and second toilet. There is also the washing machine and the dryer.

Surface:
Approx. 70 m2 living
Approx. 28 m2 terrace

Specialties:
-Upholstered;
-Recently renovated;
-Hair parquet flooring;
-Riant terrace.

Rental conditions:
Rental rates are excluding service charges.
Minimum rental period 1 year, after an indefinite period.

Deposit:
In terms of a commitment of two months rent.

Delivery:
In consulation

Rental agreement and other conditions:
As a rental agreement will be used the standard ROZ model with additional provisions.

Reservation:
This information is completely free of charge and only invites an invitation to bid. An agreement can only be reached after explicit and written consent from our client.

Rent:
€ 1.750, - per month excluding gas, water and electricity.
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
14/11/2019-14/11/2019-14/11/2019
Status
available
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement

Construction

Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction
1930

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
70 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
3
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Beethovenstraat 32 - IV 1077JH Amsterdam

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