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Cornelis Schuytstraat 44 II 1071JK Amsterdam

Rental price € 2.495 per month

Year of construction
1906-1930
Floor space
90 m²
Number of rooms
5

Description

Bright and spacious semi-furnished 5 room apartment on the second and third floor of the Cornelis Schuytstraat, with two balconies, a roof terrace, 3 bedrooms and a lot of original features.

This apartment is located in an excellent aerea in Amsterdam ‘Oud-Zuid’ at walking distance of the popular and classy Beethovenstraat. Nearby the World Trade Center, public transport, schools, restaurants, a variety of shops as well as highway A10 . The direct area offers you popular Amsterdam tourist attractions like: the Vondelpark, Van Gogh Museum, Concert Building, Museumplein and the Rijksmuseum.

Lay-out:
Common stairs to the second floor.
2nd floor: Lliving room ‘en suite’ (appr. 20m2 + 16m2) with a small balcony at the front and a bigger one at the rear (West-side). Both rooms provided with a parquet floor. At the rear part of the house the kitchen equipped with a fridge, freezer, dishwasher, microwave, oven and a 4 burner gas hob. Separate toilet.
3th floor: three bedrooms (appr. 12m2, 9m2 and 7m2), utility room with washer and dryer and a bathroom with a bathtub, separate shower, 2nd toilet and washbasin.
Via the 3th floor you can reach the sunny, spacious roof terrace.

When you are looking for a bright, spacious apartment on a prime location, please contact us!

Special details:
- 5 rooms, 3 bedrooms.
- semi furnished
- 2 balcony’s.
- roof terrace
- original features.

(not for sharing roommates)

- subject to acceptance by owner -
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Features

Transfer

Service costs
€   14 p/m
Entry date
2020-10-6
Status
available
Accepting (an offer or contract)
by date

Construction

Type of house/apartment
Maisonette
Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction
1906-1930

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
90 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
5
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Cornelis Schuytstraat 44 II 1071JK Amsterdam

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