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Bezaanjachtplein 107 1034CR Amsterdam

Rental price € 1.200 per month

Year of construction
Floor space
45 m²
Number of rooms


Beautiful one bedroom apartment of 47 mē (NEN2580) located on the seventh floor with storage room on the second floor and communal roof terrace. The apartment is well maintained and has a living-dining room, bathroom, bedroom, balcony facing southwest and own parking space under the building! The apartment is located in the complex "Banne Block 4" which was completed in mid-2012. On the ground floor is the shopping center "De Banne" with a wide range of shops.

Rental details:
- Parking space in the building
- Rent: € 1.200,- per month excl. g/w/l/
- No brokers or contact costs due
- Maximum 2 residents
- Minimum rental period 1 year
- Minimum income: twice the rent or a parent must be a guarantee
- Including 1 start in the basement
- Available directly

Through the central hall you reach the seventh floor via stairs or elevator where the apartment is located. The entrance gives you access to the hall. The hall provides access to all rooms of the apartment. The living room has an open kitchen which is equipped with various appliances such as; induction hob, combi oven, and a fridge-freezer. The living room also provides access to the balcony of 4 mē. The toilet and laundry room are located separately. The bedroom is located at the front of the apartment, where the bathroom is also located which has a shower and sink.

Amsterdam North is in full swing and very popular! Amsterdam North is rapidly developing into a popular residential area with a wide variety of eateries including cafe-restaurant Stork, De Goudfazant, Amsterdam Marina with Loetje aan het IJ, restaurant Smaaqt and the Amsterdam Tower with restaurant Moon! The North-South line contributes to a positive development of the green district with the Vliegenbos, Noorderpark and the Sixhaven.

The apartment is located above the new shopping center "De Banne". Here you can get your daily groceries (LIDL, Plus, baker, greengrocer, butcher, florist, fish shop), but there are also shops like a Primera, Kruidvat. Nearby there are various sports facilities (Basic Fit, football, tennis, etc.) and the outdoor area of Noord can be reached in 5 minutes with nature reserve 't Twiske with various walking and cycling routes. The accessibility is good. Through the highways, the A10 ring road is within 5 minutes, the bus stops in front of the door and the ferry to Central Station can be reached in about 10 minutes by bike.
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Entry date
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement


Type of house/apartment
Upper-floor apartment
Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
45 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.

Bezaanjachtplein 107 1034CR Amsterdam

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