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Derde Schinkelstraat 2 C 1075TL Amsterdam

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55 m²
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Living on a beautiful location in Amsterdam South, around the corner of the famous Vondelpark? Looking for an attractive, bright apartment with a sunny balcony and a huge storage room in the basement? This well-maintained two -bedroom apartment on the third floor in the popular Schinkel area has it all!

The apartment is located on the third floor of a well maintained building (1997) with a comfortable staircase, entrance, hall with wardrobe space, living room at the front with access to the balcony which is situated on the South/East and is sunny in daytime, kitchen at the back is equipped with an oven, refrigerator-freezer combination, dishwasher, gas stove and extraction hood, master bedroom at the back with built in cupboards, bathroom with shower, sink and toilet, second smaller bedroom perfect for guests/study area or baby room, the apartment features a nice wooden floor, storage room in basement, washer/dryer combi available

De Pijp, De Zuidas, the Centre, the Amsterdam Forest and of course the Vondelpark are all very nearby and within cycling distance! Various tram and bus connection can be found at the Amstelveenseweg, Overtoom and at the Haarlemmermeerstation. In addition, various gyms are within reach including David Lloyd and the Vondelgym. The Amstelveenseweg offers various pleasant restaurants, cafes, take aways and trendy stores, but also the nearby located Koninginneweg, Willemsparkweg and Cornelis Schuytstraat have a wide range of options available here.

- Rental price € 1.500,- excl
- 2 months deposit
- Unfurnished
- Available by the 1st of May, for a minimum of 12 months ( lease A)
- Approximately 55 m2 ( Not NEN 2580 measured)
- Private storage available on ground floor
- Sunny balcony
- Close to Vondelpark
- 2 bedrooms
- no pets and no smoking allowed
- not suitable for sharing

***This property is offered by JLG Real Estate a certified MVA Expat broker***
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MVA neighbourhood information: Schinkelbuurt

The Schinkelbuurt is a 19th century neighbourhood in between the Vondelpark and the Schinkel. This neighbourhood is appealing to starters and beginning entrepreneurs. Several residential areas can be found within the neighbourhood, which are all built in style of the “Amsterdamse School” and part of the Plan South van Berlage. Several sport facilities can also be found within this neighbourhood.

Derde Schinkelstraat 2 C 1075TL Amsterdam

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