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Bosboom Toussaintstraat 56 2 1054AV Amsterdam

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61 m²
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In the popular Helmersbuurt (Oud-West) we offer this charming furnished 1 bedroom apartment (approx 61m2) including walk in closet and sunny balcony. Location is superb: at the border of the city centre, Vondelpark, excellent connections to public transport, restaurant, bars, shopping, music venues, museums all at walking distance. This great apartment is supplied with a fully equipped kitchen, floor heated bathroom with bath, lots of storage space, bedroom at the quiet rear and a beautiful wooden floor.

Lay-out: communal entrance, stairs to 2nd floor, hallway with lots of built in cupboard space, bright living at the front with balcony facing South, modern open kitchen equipped with proper oven, gas stove, dishwasher, fridge and freezer, bedroom at the quiet back with walk in closet and double glazing, bathroom including shower, bath, sink, and washer/dryer combi

Several fashionable shops and restaurants in the immediate area: among others: Bosco, Zouk, Pastis, Teds, HappyHappyJoyJoy, Kade West, De Japanner not to mention the popular Food Halls, with Gin tonicbar, eateries, cinema and classy restaurants.

Jordaan, Rozengracht and the Nine Streets area, all on 5-10 minutes walking distance.
Various (exotic) shops at the Ten Kate Market.
Public transport within walking distance.

Great apartment on stunning location!

- Rental price € 1.600,- ex per month
- About 61 m2 (not NEN 2580 measured)
- Available by the 1st July for 12-24 months ( lease B)
- 1 bedroom
- Furnished
- Sunny balcony
- Close to Leidse square, Vondelpark and Canals
- Quiet street
- Wooden flooring
- Bath
- Pets in consultation with owner
- 2 months deposit
- Bright
- Some of the furniture will be replaced
- Parking by license system Municipality

***This property is offered by a certified MVA broker***
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MVA neighbourhood information: Helmersbuurt

The Helmersbuurt is known by the inhabitants as ’’village within a city’’. The location is appealing with the Leidseplein around the corner and the Vondelpark as your backyard. Most of the inhabitants of this neighbourhood stay in this area for a long time and have good contact with each other. In recent years many young couples have settled in the Helmersbuurt and because of that an increase in neighbourhood parties and barbecues was noticed. The Helmersbuurt is known as a friendly and safe residential area with a high degree of social controle. Creative people, artists and creative companies make this area a lively neighbourhood.

Bosboom Toussaintstraat 56 2 1054AV Amsterdam

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