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Frans van Mierisstraat 48 hs 1071RV Amsterdam

Rental price € 3.500 per month

Year of construction
1901
Floor space
145 m²
Number of rooms
4

Description

Unique ground floor apartment of approx. 145 mē with a garden of approx. 35 mē. The apartment has been completely renovated in 2014 and has three bedrooms and two bathrooms. The apartment is centrally located near several museums, Concertgebouw and public transport (trams and buses). This property is definitely worth a visit.

NOT FOR SHARING!
At the request of the lessor, it is not possible to make this property available to sharers. Shareholders are students and/or friends who rent the property together. Also, living together with 2 or more (highly educated) working persons is not possible. A couple, a couple or a family is eligible for this property.

LAYOUT
Ground floor (approximately 77 mē)
You enter the central hall through the vestibule. The central hall gives access to all rooms on the ground floor. The luxurious open kitchen located in the spacious living room is equipped with a sink, a 5-burner gas stove, a dishwasher, a fridge/freezer combination, a stainless steel extractor hood, a coffee machine and a combi oven/microwave (all from AEG). At the rear of the house, you have access to the garden of approximately 35 mē (5.90 x 5.85 m) which faces north. The separate toilet is located in the central hall. The ceiling height on the ground floor is approximately 3.10 m.

Basement (approximately 68 mē)
You reach the basement via the central hall on the ground floor. A hall gives access to all rooms in the basement. There are two bedrooms at the rear of the house. These rooms measure approximately 15.5 mē (3.10 x 3.77 + 4 mē) and 6 mē (3.91 x 1.53 m). The spacious first bathroom is equipped with a bathtub incl. hand shower, a sink with 2 mixer taps and a walk-in showers with 2 showerheads. The bedroom at the front measures approximately 17 mē (incl. space suitable for a cupboard of approximately 4.5 mē) and has its own bathroom. This bathroom has a sink and a large walk-in shower. Through the hall, you reach the separate toilet and the separate laundry room equipped with a washing machine and a dryer. The ceiling height is approximately 2.48 m.

The entire house is upholstered and is equipped with lighting spots.

LOCATION
The apartment is located in the popular district Zuid, right around the corner from the Museumplein, the P.C. Hooftstraat and the Vondelpark. You have an overwhelming selection of restaurants, cafes, and museums on a few minute's walk from the house. The accessibility is excellent. You can get in and out of the city in a short time by public transport (various tram and bus connections) and the A10 ring road can be reached within a few minutes by car. For more information about a parking permit, you can consult the website of the municipality of Amsterdam.

MAINTENANCE
This is a (fully) renovated home (renovation year 2014). The kitchen, the bathroom (two bathrooms), electricity and C.V. installation have been renewed back then. The house is equipped with modern surface and lighting and is fully equipped with double glazing.

PARTICULARITIES
- Not suitable for sharers - not for sharing!
- Rent is excl. G / W / L;
- Two months deposit;
- Minimum duration of 12 months.
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2021-4-21
Status
available
Accepting (an offer or contract)
Immediately

Construction

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

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
145 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
4
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