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Elisabeth Wolffstraat 73 II 1053TT Amsterdam

Rental price € 1.600 per month

Year of construction
1901
Floor space
62 m²
Number of rooms
3

Description

Well organized and spacious 3-bedroom apartment of 62 m2 with balcony, located in a quiet street around the corner of the Bellamyplein (de Hallen) . The house is very well renovated, you can move to this house tomorrow!

RENT
The rent is 1.600, - per month, excluding gas, water and electricity, but including service and furniture.
The minimum rental period is 1 year, tenant must provide a guarantee to the size of one month rent needs gross.

LAY OUT
Hall, entrance with acces to the living area on one side and the toilet on the other. The spacious living area is provided with optimal daylight. From the living room you can reach the closed kitchen, the kitchen is provided with gas cooker and extractor hood. There is also enough room to add more kitchen appliances. The large balcony can be reached through the living room but also through the kitchen, the balcony is located on the East. The bathroom can be reached through the kitchen. This is provided with sink, bath/shower combination. Through the other side of the living room you can reach the larger bathroom through glass doors. The smaller bedroom can be reached through the larger bedroom.

LOCATION
This well organized apartment is located in Amsterdam Oud-West which is one of the A locations of Amsterdam. Around the corner is the famous Hallen with a large selection of different restaurants, cafes, shops and the famous Ten Kate market. The apartment is situated very practically, it is close to the Jordaan, the center of Amsterdam and also the Vondelpark.

PARTICULARITIES:
-Very well located in Amsterdam Oud-West
-Renovated in 2016/2017 and is a split property
-The walls are professionally
-The apartment is well isolated
-Large balcony

GENERAL
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2021-3-17
Status
available
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement

Construction

Type of house/apartment
Upper-floor apartment
Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction
1901

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
62 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
3
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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 73 II 1053TT Amsterdam

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