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Erasmusgracht 7 I 1056BB Amsterdam

Rental price € 1.400 per month

Year of construction
Floor space
51 m²
Number of rooms


Living along the water with the Erasmus Park literally around the corner and a wonderful unobstructed view at both, the front and the rear! We offer this 2- (former 3) room apartment of approx. 51 m, renovated in 2015-2016, with a sunny south-facing balcony!

Location and accessibility:
Located in a quiet and green area around the corner from the Erasmus Park with a view of the Erasmusgracht. It is so quiet here that you even wake up with bird sounds in the background. In the Jan van Galenstraat, the Jan Evertsenstraat, the Bos en Lommerweg and the Mercatorplein you'll find various shops and hotspots such as Radijs, Bar Baarsch and Frits. Within walking distance you will find Buurman en Buurman and Het Wilde Westen for a drink or a meal. The Rembrandt Park is also located in the immediate vicinity.

The house is easily accessible by public transport (tram 7, bus 15 and metro 50 and 51) and by car there is a quick connection to the A10-ring road. Within fifteen minutes you're by bike in the center of Amsterdam.

Entrance on the first floor, accessible via the common staircase; hall/corridor with access to all rooms; at the front with unobstructed view of the water the spacious L-shaped attractive living room, at the quiet rear the kitchen with built-in appliances and enough space for a dining table, the bedroom is also at the rear and has direct connection to the bathroom with shower and sink; access to the balcony from both the kitchen and the bedroom; centrally located in the apartment, the walk-in closet with laundry room, the meter cupboard and a separate toilet with washbasin.

- NEN2580 living space of 51m and the balcony is 6,5 m
- Window frames with double glazing;
- Currently no waiting time for a parking permit;
- Easy to create a second bedroom;
- Heating and hot water via CV;
- South-facing balcony;
- Built in 1932;
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Type of house/apartment
Upper-floor apartment
Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
51 m²


Total number of rooms
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MVA neighbourhood information: Erasmuspark

The Erasmusprukbuurt lies between the Admiraal de Ruijterweg, Jan van Galenstraat, Mercatorstraat, Hoofdweg and Bos & Lommerweg. It owes its name to the Erasmuspark, which is located at the center of the neighbourhood. The neighbourhood is described as the best neighbourhood of Bos & Lommer. Everything the inhabitants need is extant: Culture, hospitality, playgrounds, education, social and sport facilities are all available.

Erasmusgracht 7 I 1056BB Amsterdam

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