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Beethovenstraat 46 3 1077JJ Amsterdam

Rental price € 4.000 per month

Year of construction
1906-1930
Floor space
160 m²
Number of rooms
5

Description

This exquisitely finished unfurnished or furnished rental apartment with elevator and roof terrace lies in the most prestigious area of Amsterdam's Old South and has only recently been completed ready for the discerning executive family.

3rd Floor
- Accessible via elevator, very rare in this neighbourhood
- Bright living room and dining room with large windows overlooking the Beethovenstraat
- 3 bedrooms
- New kitchen
- Beautiful bathroom fully equipped with both bathtub and shower as well as double wash basin

4th Floor
- Large beautiful bedroom which can be used either as guest room or master bedroom, like the rest of the apartment finished luxuriously
- Entrance to the big roof terrace
- The second bathroom is situated on this floor with toilet, shower and a double wash basin
- The 3rd toilet is also on this floor

Location:

The chic and popular Beethovenstraat lies in Old South and boasts prestigious boutiques and restaurants as well as providing all shops and amenities for daily life in our beautiful city.

Trams run through this street and the public transport and highway links take you wherever you need to be both in and out of the city.

Within walking distance are:

- the World Trade Centre business park
- Metro station Zuid/WTC
- the beautiful and popular Beatrixpark
- the British School
- many restaurants, cafes, bistros and culinary attractions
- grocery stores and all other amenities for daily life

Public Transport
Metro 51 at World Trade Centre
Tram 5 and 24
Buses 65, 358, 612, 176, 199 (Schiphol), 242, 310 and many more from the World Trade Centre


Conditions:
Quoted rental price is exclusive gas, water, electricity and tv/internet


Tenancy agreements subject to owner’s consent


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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2020-7-21
Status
available
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement

Construction

Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction
1906-1930

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
160 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
5
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Beethovenstraat 46 3 1077JJ Amsterdam

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