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Brouwersgracht 2 c 1013GW Amsterdam

Rental price € 1.450 per month

Year of construction
Floor space
55 m²
Number of rooms



Corner apartment in de Jordaan area with stunning view! You can enjoy the lively vibe of Amsterdam, it has one of the best views you can have.

The absolutely lovely & charming 1 bedroom apartment is located on the 3rd floor of a well maintained attractive monumental building. From the living room and the bedroom you experience an amazing panoramic view over the city. It is based on the corner of the Brouwersgracht and the Singel, one of the best spots in town.

In the vicinity you will find trendy shops, hip nightlife and the Noordermarkt. The apartment is conveniently located to public transport as evidenced by the presence of trams, buses and the Central Station a few minutes' walk away. Furthermore, the apartment is located in the center of Amsterdam, with department stores like De Bijenkorf, Magna Plaza and the Bonneterie. For lovers of arts, culture and entertainment, the city center offers unprecedented opportunities but also the Jordan itself is known for its cozy cafes and eateries.

Lay out: The layout is as follows: entrance through stone landing, beautifully maintained staircase, access to the apartment on the 3rd floor, hall, living room with panoramic view (up to 6 (!) windows with canal view), kitchen placed in corner unit with various appliances, bedroom also with canal view, bathroom with shower, sink and toilet, closet and wardrobe alcove

- Rental price 1.450 euro rent per month
- Available directly
- Available for 12-24 months ( lease B)
- Fully furnished
- Approximately 55m2 living space (not measured according NEN 2580 norm)
- Canal view!
- Close to Central Station
- Deposit 2 months
- Pets are not allowed
- Prepaid amount on top of 55 per month for cable and internet

**This Property is listed by JLG Real Estate a MVA Certified Expat Broker**
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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
55 m²


Total number of rooms
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Brouwersgracht 2 c 1013GW Amsterdam

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