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Eerste Jan Steenstraat 2 2 1072NK Amsterdam

Rental price € 1.500 per month

Year of construction
Floor space
41 m²
Number of rooms


FFor rent, a one bedroom apartment in the popular Amsterdam Pijp area. Located near the Hobbemakade, Museumsquare and partly overlooking the water. Nearby all amenities, the Albert Kuip market en many bars/restaurants on walking distance. Part of a well managed small complex on the second floor. This apartment is in very good condition and fully furnished.

Lay out
Entrance on ground floor, stairs to second floor with access to the apartment. Hallway with wardrobe and toilet. Living room at the front with open kitchen. Large bedroom in the back with ample wardrobe space and acces to the bathroom with bath. Wanshing closet with washing machine. A wooden floor over all complements this fine apartment.

Available as of October 1st
Rental period minimum 1 year
Rent €1500 excl. g/w/l/i
Fully furnished
Two months’ rent deposit
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Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement


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Year of construction

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Floor space
41 m²


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Eerste Jan Steenstraat 2 2 1072NK Amsterdam

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