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Dusartstraat 28 I 1072HS Amsterdam

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Floor space
43 m²
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In a side street of the popular van Ceintuurbaan in the Pijp area we offer this cozy 1-bedroom apartment with sunny balcony at the back. The apartment is situated on the first floor and is FURNISHED.

The apartment itself comes with wooden floors, it has double glazed windows, a modern kitchen with bar area with 2 bar stools, French balcony at the front and a sunny balcony at the back.

Lay out: Communal entrance, stairs to first floor, bright living at the front with lots of daylight and a French balcony, open kitchen supplied with fridge, freezer, dishwasher, oven, gas stove, bathroom with walk in shower and sink, bedroom with lots of wardrobe space at the quiet back side with access to the balcony facing West, separate toilet, laundry area with combi washer/dryer

The Pijp is a trendy neighborhood with lots of shops, restaurants, bars, Sarphatipark and daily fresh food market (Albert Cuyp). The city centre of Amsterdam is on 10 minutes biking distance and public transport is on walking distance. ( trams and metro North South) In the middle of a lively area but one a quiet street.

-    Rental price 1.450 EU excl. utilities
-    Available directly for at least 12 months (lease C)
-    1 bedroom
-    Size app. 43 m2 (not NEN 2580 measured)
-    Fully furnished 
-    Wooden floors
-    Great location
-    Balcony
-    2 months deposit
-    No pets

***This property is offered by JLG Real Estate a certified MVA Expat broker***
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Accepting (an offer or contract)


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

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Floor space
43 m²


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MVA neighbourhood information: Nieuwe Pijp

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Dusartstraat 28 I 1072HS Amsterdam

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