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Eerste Nassaustraat 34 - 2V 1052BH Amsterdam

Rental price € 1.450 per month

Year of construction
1886
Floor space
39 m²
Number of rooms
2

Description

**ALSO POSSIBLE TO VISIT ONLINE VIA FACETIME OR JOIN OUR INSTAGRAM LIVE STREAM**

Unique and sophisticated FURNISHED second floor apartment in a quiet street within a couple of minutes walking from the Westerpark with all it’s quality restaurants, sunny terraces and running facilities. Westerstraat and the Haarlemmerdijk in the popular Jordaan quarter in the centre are also in the direct area.

This design apartment is completely renovated with high quality materials in 2016 and every single m2 is used.

Lay out: communal entrance, stairs to second floor, hallway with separate toilet, bright living room with built in cupboards, luxurious kitchen, equipped with combination oven/microwave, dishwasher, SMEG fridge/freezer, by a modern glass sliding door you have access to the bedroom with floor heated bathroom en suite with rain shower and sink

The apartment is located within walking distance of the Westerpark and within a few minutes of the Jordaan district. Haarlemmerdijk and many shops, restaurants, galleries, sports facilities and a cinema are nearby. The cultural Westerpark organizes many events, such as Sunday market, cultural events, festivals and it is great for running and nice strolls.
All the shops you need are close by at the Van Limburg Stirumstraat and you have good access with the tram.

Details:
- Approx. 39 m2 (not measured according NEN-2580 norm)
- 1 bedroom
- Furnished
- € 1.450,- excl
- Available by the 1st of May, for a minimum of 12 months ( lease A)
- Modern
- Wooden floors
- Good quality
- Bright
- Near Westerpark and Jordaan area

**This Property is listed by JLG Real Estate a MVA Certified Expat Broker**
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2021-3-16
Status
available
Accepting (an offer or contract)
by date

Construction

Type of house/apartment
Upper-floor apartment
Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction
1886

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
39 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
2
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MVA neighbourhood information: Staatsliedenbuurt

The Staatsliedenbuurt used to be a neighbourhood where the working classes of Amsterdam lived but that’s changed. Nowadays many students and creative artist live in this part of Amsterdam. The neighbourhood has a relatively high educational level and there is a strong interest in culture and art. The neighbourhood is renovated with preservation of character which led to a neighbourhood with their inhabitants as their strenght. More than ninety different cultures live in this area of Amsterdam. The ‘Westergasfabriek’ is the neighbourhood’s biggest cultural tourist spot and the pride of the Staatsliedenbuurt.

Eerste Nassaustraat 34 - 2V 1052BH Amsterdam

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