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Beethovenstraat 65 - I 1077HN Amsterdam

Rental price € 1.850 per month

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

Description

FOR RENT; SPACIOUS 2 BEDROOM APARTMENT WITH 2 BATHROOMS LOCATED ON GOOD LOCATION IN THE BEETHOVENSTRAAT.
* 2 sharers are allowed.

Address:
BEETHOVENSTRAAT 65-I TE 1077 HN AMSTERDAM

Description / location:
The building is located on the cozy Beethovenstraat and is centrally located in Amsterdam Old South, public transport (bus and tram) are a stone's throw away and within walking distance is the station WTC.

Layout:
Apartment located on the first floor.
The pictures are from the similar apartment on the second floor.

Entrance; hall, spacious living room with open kitchen with equipment, guest toilet, 2 spacious bedrooms at the back with both access to the balcony. Both bedrooms have their own bathroom. The master bedroom has a bathroom with bath, toilet and sink. The smaller bedroom has a bathroom with shower and sink.

Surface:
Approx. 75 m2

Rental conditions:
Rental prices are exclusive of service costs and g / w / ee.
Minimum rental period 1 year, then indefinite time.

Deposit:
To the extent of a payment obligation of two months rent.

Delivery:
Immediately.

Reservation:
This information is entirely without obligation and only includes an invitation to make a proposal. An agreement can only then come about after express and written consent from our client.

Service fee:
From 1st of December

Rental price:
€ 1.850, - excl. g / w / e and service costs.
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
16/11/2019-16/11/2019-16/11/2019
Status
available
Accepting (an offer or contract)
by date

Construction

Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction
1930

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
75 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
3
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Beethovenstraat 65 - I 1077HN Amsterdam

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