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Bloemstraat 13 B 1016KV Amsterdam

Rental price € 2.450 per month

Year of construction
Floor space
78 m²
Number of rooms


Beautifully renovated fully furnished apartment of approx. 78 sqm. with 2 bedrooms in the charming ‘In de Rozenboom’ property located in the beloved Jordaan area.
Communal entrance on the ground floor, staircase leading to the 1st floor where the apartment is situated. Hallway with separate toilet.

At the front of the apartment the bright and spacious living area with tasteful kitchen offering all modern-day appliances such as a dishwasher, fridge and freezer, induction hob with integrated ventilation system, oven (all Siemens) and quooker. Dining table and cozy seating area. The large authentic windows offer a nice view on the Bloemstraat.

Luxurious bathroom with walk-in shower and double wash basins. Furthermore, the washing machine-dryer can be found here.

At the rear two well-sized bedrooms with double bed, armchair and small desk. The slightly larger bedroom has a walk- in closet and French balcony.

The premium quality materials, beautiful oak wooden flooring, characteristic wooden beams, built-in cabinets and elegant wallpaper and furniture make this apartment really stand out!

Located in the bustling and beloved ‘Jordaan area’ and Amsterdam City Centre yet on a quiet part of the Bloemstraat, close to the Westerkerk, Anne Frank Museum and Royal Palace on Dam Square. A stone’s throw away from the famous Noordermarkt. A great variety of different restaurant cuisines, caterers, (organic) supermarkets and galleries in the immediate vicinity. Well served by public transport: Amsterdam Central Station is only 5 minutes by bicycle.
- Available: directly;
- Rental price: €2.450,- excl. per month;
- Deposit: 2 months’ rent;
- CPI with a minimum of 2 %;
- Furnished
- No students;
- For preference: Indefinite rental contract with a minimum of 1 year.
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Floor space
78 m²


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Bloemstraat 13 B 1016KV Amsterdam

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