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Eerste Jan van der Heijdenstraat 104 III 1072VA Amsterdam

Year of construction
Floor space
65 m²
Number of rooms



Beautiful apartment of 60 m2 with deep balcony on the south of no less than 10 m2. The apartment is completely renovated and fully furnished with brand new furniture.

The property is located in the bustling and popular “De Pijp” which is a neighbourhood famous for its restaurants, cafes, the market and boutique shops. The Eerste Jan van der Heijdenstraat is one of the nicest streets in this area because its wide and quiet inbetween the Sarphatipark and shopping street Ferdinand Bolstraat.
Excellent public transport facilities – tram as well as the North/South metro line - in the near vicinity and easy commute to the Amsterdam ring road.


Entrance, bright open plan living room with dining area on the front with 3 windows on the street side. The handle-free fully equipped open kitchen is finished in white high gloss with a dark stone countertop and has a stainless steel 4 burner gas stove, extractor hood, built-in dishwasher, combi oven/microwave and a fridge/freezer combination (everything SMEG). Next to the kitchen there is a separate storage room with a washing and drying machine.
The bathroom has a granite floor, a spacious shower, and double washbasin with mirror. Separate toilet. The two bedrooms are located at the rear. From the large bedroom you have access to the sunny balcony (south) of no less than 2 meters deep over the entire width of the apartment. Master bedroom is equipped with a double bed.
Second room to be used as an office or walk-in closet. White wash oakwood flooring throughout.

• 60 m² newly renovated apartment
• 10 m² balcony facing south
• Fully furnished with brand new furniture
• Light and bright apartment
• Open kitchen with SMEG equipment
• 2 bedrooms
• Spacious bathroom with double washbasin
• Separate toilet
• Separate room with washing and drying machines
• Intercom

For rent excluding utilities G/W/E television and internet.

Available per directly.

Preferably for rent for expats with owners' prior consent.
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Eerste Jan van der Heijdenstraat 104 III 1072VA Amsterdam

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