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Ceintuurbaan 366 2 1073EL Amsterdam

Rental price € 1.700 per month

Year of construction
1889
Floor space
62 m²
Number of rooms
2

Description

Beautiful 2-room apartment (62m2) with balcony, centrally located in the Amsterdam Pijp, a stone's throw from the Sarphatipark and the Albert Cuyp market. The house has wooden flooring, a sleek bathroom with bath and shower, modern kitchen with appliances, double glazing and is well insulated (label B).

LOCATION & ACCESSIBILITY
You will find all conceivable amenities both within walking distance and in the vicinity. For daily shopping you can go to the Albert Cuyp market, Marqt, various supermarkets and/or local shops. There are also several restaurants, nurseries/schools and sports facilities located in the area. For leisure activities you can go to the Sarphatipark, and the Vondelpark is only a short distance away. The house is very easy to reach with both public transport and private transport. There are several tram stops within walking distance, as well as several arterial roads.

LAYOUT
From entrance of the apartment you come into the living room. The washing machine with washing machine connection are also located near the entrance. The spacious bright living room offers space for a cozy lounge and dining area and has large windows and a French balcony. The semi-open kitchen has various upper and lower cabinets, a gas hob, dishwasher, combination microwave and refrigerator. At the rear of the apartment you will find the spacious bedroom with patio doors to the south-east facing balcony that stretches across the entire width of the property. The bright bathroom has floor-to-ceiling tiles, a shower corner, sink and a bathtub. There is a separate toilet next to the bathroom. The apartment has beautiful wooden flooring throughout.

PARTICULARS
- Alarm system
- Near Sarpahatipark
- Well insulated
- Available immediately

RENTAL TERMS
- The layout is not suitable for home sharers
- Income requirement: Gross (joint) income of 3 x the monthly rent
- Deposit: 2x the monthly rent
- Tenancy commencement date: property is available immediately
- No pets allowed.
- Service costs € 60 (including 2-weekly cleaning)
- Exclusive of gas/water/lighting
- Not suitable for home sharers
- Guarantees not accepted.
- Rental contract with a maximum rental period of 2 years
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2020-9-23
Status
available
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement

Construction

Type of house/apartment
Upper-floor apartment
Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction
1889

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
62 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
2
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MVA neighbourhood information: Nieuwe Pijp

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