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Cornelis Schuytstraat 21 I 1071JD Amsterdam

Year of construction
Floor space
62 m²
Number of rooms


We hereby offer a fully furnished and renovated apartment (approx. 62m2) in the Cornelis Schuytstraat with a balcony of approx. 15m2.


The apartment is located in one of the most lively and beautifully areas of Amsterdam-Zuid. Around the corner you have many shops, cafes, restaurants, museums and the Vondelpark. Thereby, the apartment is perfectly accessible by public transport or by car.


Main entrance on the ground floor, access door on the 1st floor, separate toilet with fountain, laundry room with a washer and dryer, hall that gives access to the spacious sunny living room at the front with open kitchen. This open kitchen is equipped with various built-in appliances such as a stove, extractor hood, dishwasher and fridge / freezer combination. The hall also gives access to the bedroom at the rear, which is equipped with a large wardrobe over the entire width of the bedroom. The bedroom gives access to the spacious balcony at the rear (approx. 15M2) and also to the luxurious bathroom which has a large walk-in shower, washbasin with furniture, illuminated mirror and towel radiator. The entire apartment is also air-conditioned.


- Completely semi-furnished
- Deposit: 2 months of rent
- Minimal rental period 1 year
- Acceptance in consultation,
- Approval of landlord,
- NOT for sharing and/or students
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Floor space
62 m²


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