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Coppelstockstraat 37 I 1056XL Amsterdam

Rental price € 1.600 per month

Year of construction
Floor space
57 m²
Number of rooms


A well taken care of furnished 3-room apartment circa 57m2 with a spacious terrace facing the South. All of this located in a popular location near the Willem de Zwijgerlaan and the Jan van Galenstraat.

Entrance on the first floor, open hall with separate toilet, built in closet with a boiler and a washer/dryer. Living room with a modern open kitchen provided with all the built in equipment you would need. Luxurious bathroom provided with a shower cabin, sink and a designer radiator. Facing the back there are two bedrooms with a spacious balcony facing the South.

Well taken care of
Spacious terrace facing the South
Suitable for maximum 2 people

The rent is € 1600, - per month, excluding gas, water and electricity, but including service costs.
The rental period is 2 years or shorter, tenant must provide a guarantee to the size of two months rent needs gross.

The Coppelstock Street is a very cozy street located in Amsterdam West also known as the Landlust neighborhood. Within a 1-minute walk you are already in the busy Jan van Galenstraat, which has many stores for daily groceries. This street is also the exit road to the highway A10. The Erasmus park is just a few minutes away by foot and the Jordaan is only a 10 minute bike ride away.

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By mutual agreement


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

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
57 m²


Total number of rooms
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MVA neighbourhood information: Landlust

Landlust is the area between the Jan van Galenstraat, Westelijk Marktkanaal, Haarlemmerweg, Bos en Lommerweg and the Admiraal the Ruijterweg. Landlust is a residential area with wide stretches of residential and community gardens. The Jan van Galenstraat is the shopping street of this area with a diverse range of shops. Famous shops such as Cartier can be found within this street but also small specialized shops such as ‘’De Kweker’’ are welcome. This mix of shops make this area very interesting for a broad public and attracts many people.

Coppelstockstraat 37 I 1056XL Amsterdam

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