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Bos en Lommerplantsoen 81 M 1055AA Amsterdam

Rental price € 995 per month

Year of construction
Floor space
30 m²
Number of rooms


This studio apartment of approx. 29 m is located on the 3rd floor of the South Wing of the former GAK building.

The house has a fresh look and is extra well insulated; the house has extra double glazing and the floor is made of concrete. This makes the apartment virtually soundproof. The house is heated by a central facility.
The house is unfurnished and furnished, including a double bed, TV, table and 2 chairs and sofa.

In terms of built-in appliances, the kitchen is equipped with a ceramic hob, fridge, combi oven and extractor. The bathroom is even 'spacious' by Amsterdam standards. A double lift, mailboxes in the central hall, closed bicycle shed, laundry with Miele equipment and caretaker make it extra comfortable and safe in the complex.

For tasty pizzas from the wood oven, a drink or terrace, all you have to do is take the elevator down to the Wild West. For a hamburger and a view over the water, you are welcome at Florya, which is located in the Erasmusgracht. For your daily shopping you can go to Bos en Lommerplein, Mercatorplein and Bos en Lommerweg. As far as supermarkets are concerned, there is an Albert Heijn and a Vomar under the Bos en Lommerplein.

Public transport and parking
Tram 7 and buses 15, 21, 282 and 302 have a stop within walking distance and a short cycling distance is metro stop De Vlugtlaan. By car you are almost immediately on the Ring A-10. At the moment, hard work is being done on parking spaces behind the building, which will serve for residents of the complex. Furthermore, a parking permit on the street is not possible.

- surface approx. 29 m
- 2 lifts in the complex
- available direct
- caretaker present
- closed bicycle shed
- laundry with Miele equipment

- Income standard single earner / one contractor: the gross monthly salary must be at least 3 times the basic monthly rent of the house (excluding service costs and G / W / L).
Calculation example: Basic rent 1,150 (3 x 1,150) = 3,450 is the gross income requirement per month.
- Income standard for double earners / two contractors: same as above except that the second income is only included for 50%.
The income is the income of the persons mentioned on the rental contract. In the case of dual earners, both must therefore be included in the agreement as a contracting party
- You have a fixed income from employment or from your own business
- Parental surety is not accepted by the landlord
- Students are therefore not eligible
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Service costs
€   50 p/m
Entry date
Accepting (an offer or contract)


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

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
30 m²


Total number of rooms
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MVA neighbourhood information: De Kolenkit

The Kolenkitbuurt can be split up into three parts: The southern part between the Erasmusgracht and the Bos en Lommerweg, the middle part between the Bos en Lommerweg and the Wiltzanghlaan and the northern part of the Wiltzanglaan. The houses within the Kolenkitbuurt were built during the 1950s. The last ten years many things have changed within the neighbourhood. Together with housing corporations several new buildings have been established and several buildings have been renovated.

Bos en Lommerplantsoen 81 M 1055AA Amsterdam

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