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Camperstraat 18 B 1091AG Amsterdam

Rental price € 1.980 per month

Year of construction
Floor space
80 m²
Number of rooms


Furnished 3-room apartment (81m2) located on the ground floor, a stone's throw away from the Oosterpark and the Amstel.

At the request of the landlord, it is possible to make this property available to sharers. So it is possible for two (highly educated) working people to live together. A couple or a family is eligible for this house.

Through the front door you reach the hall with which you have access to all rooms. At the end of the hall you reach the living room with open kitchen. The kitchen is equipped with Siemens appliances, including a 5-burner gas stove, extractor, combi microwave, dishwasher and fridge-freezer combination. The living room has a sofa, TV, dining table with 4 chairs and a storage cupboard. The living room has patio doors to the outside.

Through the hall you have access to a separate toilet with fountain and storage space, which contains a washing machine and dryer. The bathroom has a walk-in shower and high-quality double sink with washbasin. The first bedroom has a double bed with two bedside tables. The second bedroom has two spacious closets.

For residents there is a spacious courtyard with picnic tables.

The Oosterpark is a sought-after and popular neighborhood. The apartment is located in a one-way street near the Oosterpark. Shops for daily shopping are located around the corner in Eerste Oosterparkstraat and Wibautstraat. Several trendy shops, bars and restaurants are within walking distance. Two of the most famous markets in Amsterdam, the Dappermarkt and Albert Cuypmarkt in De Pijp, are a 5-minute bike ride away. With about 10/15 minutes cycling you are in the center.
The house is centrally located to all roads and public transport facilities. Trams 3 and 7 stop around the corner and the Weesperplein and Wibautstraat metro stations are also a 5-minute walk away. The Amsterdam Amstel train station is only 1 metro stop from the apartment. By car you can easily reach the Ring A-10, A1 and A2 via exit S112.

This house was newly built in 2010. The condition of the house is excellent. The house has double glazing and a herringbone floor.

- Not suitable for sharing – not for sharing!
- Rent is excl. G/W/L;
- One month deposit;
- Maximum rental period is 24 months;
- Shared courtyard of 200m˛.
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Type of house/apartment
Ground-floor apartment
Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction

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Floor space
80 m²


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Camperstraat 18 B 1091AG Amsterdam

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