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Elisabeth Wolffstraat 62 2 1053TV Amsterdam

Year of construction
Floor space
50 m²
Number of rooms



Completely renovated unfurnished apartment with 2 bedrooms located in the popular Old-West. This charming apartment is equipped with a luxurious kitchen, modern bathroom, 2 bedrooms, underfloor heating and a nice balcony facing South/West. All renovated!

Lay out:
Communal entrance, staircase to the second floor.

Second floor;
Entrance, bright living room and luxurious open kitchen with various built-in appliances. Hallway with separate toilet and laundry area. The bathroom is located in the middle of the property and has a walk-in shower and washbasin. Both bedrooms are located at the rear side, one bedroom gives access to the balcony facing South/West.

In a quiet, green street within walking distance of the Foodhallen, De Kinkerstraat/Bilderdijkstraat and lots of shops, bars and restaurants around to choose from. At the same time very conveniently located for public transport and the highway A10 and A4.

Rent is excl. g/w/e, tv/int and local taxes. Indexation: yearly maximum of CPI+1%.

- Rental price 1.750 excl per month
- 50 m2 measured according NEN 2580
- Available by the 1st of August, for a minimum of 12 months ( lease A)
- 2 bedrooms
- Laminate floors
- Unfurnished
- Floor heated
- High-quality finished
- Renovated
- 2 months deposit
- Top location
- Parking available via municipality (check waiting list)
- Balcony
- Pet friendly
- Sharing possible for 2 ( check floor plan)

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

This information has been compiled by us with the necessary care. On our part, however, no liability is accepted for any incompleteness, inaccuracy or otherwise, or its consequences. All sizes and dimensions are indicative.
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Upper-floor apartment
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Year of construction

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Floor space
50 m²


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MVA neighbourhood information: Kinkerbuurt

The Kinkerbuurt is a neighbourhood in West Amsterdam. The area is an island in between the Singelgracht, The Jacob van Lennepkade, the Kostverlorenvaart and the Hugo de Grootgracht. The heart of this area is the Kinkerstreet, named after poet and lawyer Johannes Kinker. The neighbourhood has a daily market at the Ten Katestreet. Other important streets with shops and trams are: Bilderdijkstraat and The Clerqstraat.

Elisabeth Wolffstraat 62 2 1053TV Amsterdam

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