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Brouwersgracht 49 2V 1015GB Amsterdam

Rental price € 1.650 per month

Year of construction
-1906
Floor space
45 m²
Number of rooms
2

Description

This is an UNFURNISHED superbly renovated luxury rental apartment on the beautiful Brouwersgracht in the heart of historic Amsterdam.

It features:

- open plan living and dining areas
- beautiful open kitchen fully equipped with all the appliances desired for modern lifestyles
- one generous bedroom
- bathroom equipped with shower and wash basin
- total living space 45 m2

Location:

This attractive property overlooks the outstanding Brouwersgracht canal in the centre of Amsterdam and the Jordaan.

Amsterdam Centre / Canal Area
Forming a horseshoe around the Old Centre, the Canal Ring is made up of the city’s original moat, the Singel, and the Herengracht, Keizersgracht and Prinsengracht. It begins its loop west of Centraal Station along Brouwersgracht, until it meets the River Amstel. In a way, the Canal Ring forms a crossover from the more bustling Centre to the gentler outer neighbourhoods of Jordaan, Museum District, Plantage and De Pijp.
The small streets crossing the canals are known for their excellent one of a kind shops. Adjoining area’s hold shops for all tastes and flavours. The main attraction remains the extensive amount and variety of museums.

The Jordaan

Amsterdam's Jordaan is probably the most famous neighbourhood in The Netherlands. Akin to the reputation enjoyed by London’s Cockneys, this once working-class bastion was renowned for tight community bonds, radical politics and a love for drink and over-the-top sing-a-longs. Gentrification of decades past has worked to attract more galleries, restaurants, specialty shops and upwardly-mobile residents to its higgledy-piggledy scenic streets.
The Jordaan is nothing but highlights. Maze-like streets offer hidden courtyards, cafés (both traditional and trendy), art galleries and pleasantly nosy neighbours. One also has access to some of the most scenic outdoor markets in the country. In particular,Noordermarkt has a flea market on Monday mornings and an organic farmers' market on Saturdays.
There are many more modern, trendy bars around Noordermarkt and along Westerstraat and Rozengracht. The side-streets that run south of Westerstraat have recently developed into a strong culinary district with some of the city’s more highly regarded restaurants.

Conditions:

Rental agreement on the basis of a B-contract - maximum rental period 24 months

Alongside the monthly rent is payable an advance payment of € 150 for gas, water, electricity, tv and cleaning of communal staircase.


Tenancy agreements subject to owner’s consent
Measurements not conform NEN 2580


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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2020-11-10
Status
available
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement

Construction

Type of house/apartment
mezzanine
Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction
-1906

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
45 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
2
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More information

MVA neighbourhood information: Grachtengordel-West

Grachtengordel West lies alongside four main canals (Singel, Herengracht, Keizersgracht and Prinsengracht) and is marked as UNESCO world cultural heritage. The area defines itself by its broad canals and big residences. The Grachtengordel has many historical sights, including the Anne Frank house, the Grachtenhuis, The Bible museum and House Marseille. Inside the area lies the well know nine streets (9 straatjes) one of the most important shopping area’s of Amsterdam. The primary functions of this area of Amsterdam are living and working.

Brouwersgracht 49 2V 1015GB Amsterdam

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