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Buikslotermeerplein 503 1025WR Amsterdam

Year of construction
1995
Floor space
87 m²
Number of rooms
3

Description

IMPORTANT CUSTOMIZED VIEWING PROCEDURE DUE TO CORONA MEASURES !!!
Viewings only after submitting registration form. If you request a viewing by e-mail or via Funda, we will send you a form.
Rent € 1.350, = per month and service costs € 60,= per month.

Spacious light 3-room (2 bedroom) corner apartment on the 15th floor with panoramic views on the south side of a well-kept complex with elevators and parking garage.

INFORMATION:
- Available immediately for at least 12 months after which the lease is automatically renewed indefinitely.
- Rent excluding gas, water and electricity.
- Income requirement: a minimum of € 2900 = net per month.
- Candidates should be able to produce an employment contract or employer's declaration (for self-employed or pensioners are adjusted terms)
- Not for students and not for sharing.
- Deposit: at least 1 month rent
- Apartment will be rented "as is" (no furniture, flooring, curtains etc.).

Spacious 2-bedroom apartment approx 87 mē with a separate storage in the basement on the edge of the pleasant Buikslotermeerplein. Located in a well-kept complex with elevators and a parking garage under the building. Convenient location on the edge of the Buikslotermeerplein in a central location in Amsterdam North by shopping center "Boven 't Y", the commodity market, the new Mega Cinema, public transport, highways, and even the City Center is within reach. In about 5 minutes you can walk to the stop of the subway, which makes the connection with the rest of the city very good.
You don't have to go far for recreation and nature. The picturesque villages to the north of Amsterdam, Durgerdam, Zunderdorp and Ransdorp are all nearby. You can relax in nature within a few minutes.

Possibility to rent a place in the garage under the building for € 65 per month! Special Action: New tenants pay € 35 per month during the 1st year!!

Through the generous upscale central entrance and elevators you reach the central hall on the 15th floor where the entrance of the apartment is located.
Plan: Central hallway with access to two bedrooms, separate toilet, bathroom and living room. The bathroom has a shower and a sink. The spacious living room is, because of the large windows, a beautiful brlght room with a great view. The open kitchen is white and has no appliances. Through the kitchen to the utility room where the boiler and the connections for washing machine and the dryer are located.
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Features

Transfer

Service costs
€   60 p/m
Entry date
2020-9-29
Status
under option
Accepting (an offer or contract)
Immediately

Construction

Type of house/apartment
Apartment block with porches
Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction
1995

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
87 m²
External storage space
4 m²
Volume
215 m³

Layout

Total number of rooms
3
Number of bedrooms
2
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MVA neighbourhood information: Buikslotermeer

Buikslotermeer is the central part of North-Amsterdam. The neighbourhood has almost 12.000 inhabitants and more than 5.500 houses. Loenermark, which is part of Buikslotermeer mainly consists of flats while the Kleine Rode Kruisbuurt mainly consists of condominiums.

Buikslotermeerplein 503 1025WR Amsterdam

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