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Driekoningenstraat 1 D 1016AL Amsterdam

Rental price € 1.850 per month

Year of construction
Floor space
91 m²
Number of rooms


Nice 3-room apartment (approx 91m2) on the 4rd floor in the city center.

The Driekoningenstraat is situated between the Herengracht and the Singel. It is a quiet street (no transit for cars). From the apartment you have a view on the Singelgracht.
Located within walking distance of Central Station, the famous 'nine streets', the Dam, Kalverstraat and many cafes/restaurants.

Shared entrance and stairwell.
4rd floor with meter cupboard and entrance door. Open kitchen which is equipped with built-in appliances such as gas cooker, combi microwave, dishwasher and fridge/freezer. Spacious living/dining room with large folding doors and great views over the canal. Indoor storage with place for c.v. boiler, washing machine and dryer. Separate toilet and bathroom (floor heating) with bath, shower and sink . Two bedrooms.

The entire apartment has an oak lamel-parquet, except for the floors of the bathroom/toilet (stone).

Good access of the location by bike, public transport and car.

Paid parking or through the licensing system. For a final update about 'Centrum 2' we refer to the website of the Municipality of Amsterdam.

Rental price inclusive service charges, exclusive gas, water, electricity, municipal charges, internet, tv, et cetera,
Service charges: Ä 50 per month,
Rent is excluding service charges, gas, water, electricity and municipal taxes, et cetera,
Deposit: 2 months rent,
Tenant doesn't owe registration fees and/or agency fee to our office,
NO partial rent to students / colleagues / friends.

Property is listed by a MVA Certified Expat Broker

This information has been compiled by us with the necessary care. On our side, however, no liability is accepted for any incompleteness, inaccuracy or otherwise, or its consequences. All dimensions and surfaces are approximate (no NEN-measuring). . Tenant has an obligation to research all cases which are important for him or her. With regard to this property the broker is the consultant for owner/landlord. We advise you to consult a specialist (NVM) broker which guides you through the hire-process. If you have specific wishes about the house, we recommend that you submit them on time to your real estate agent and accompanied you (have) to do independent research. If donít make use of any real estate advisor / real estate agent, you declare that you are expert enough for the hiring process, including an inspection of the real estate. NVM conditions re applicable.
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Floor space
91 m²


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