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Frans van Mierisstraat 48 l 1071RV Amsterdam

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

Description

Very practical and upholstered 3-room apartment of approximately 73 mē with a balcony at the front and rear located a stone's throw from the Museumplein in a very popular street in Amsterdam South!

NOT FOR SHARING!
At the request of the landlord, it is not possible to rent this property to divisors. Divisors means students or friends who rent the property together. Also the cohabitation of two or more (highly educated) colleagues is not possible. A set, a couple or a family will be eligible for this property.

THE LAYOUT
The entrance of the apartment on the first floor is reached via a communal staircase. The hallway gives access to all the rooms. The spacious living room with open kitchen is situated in the front of the apartment. The kitchen has all the necessary appliances such as but not limited to a dishwasher, fridge, freezer, 6-pit stove with extraction hood and an oven. Both of the bedrooms are located in the rear in the apartment. The bedrooms measure 17.4 mē and 7,9 mē respectively. The master bedroom gives access to the balcony of approx. 3.5 mē. The spacious and modern bathroom is centrally located and has a double sink, a bath with hand shower and a walk-in shower with two shower heads. There is also a (floating) separate toilet with sink and a laundry room.

THE LOCATION
The apartment is located in the south of Amsterdam, close to the center. The Museumsquare is a stone's throw away. Numerous good restaurants such as Le Garage and Loetje, bars, stores and museums are within walking distance. The apartment is well accessible via public transport (tram 3, 5, 12 and 24).

THE MAINTENANCE
This is a fully renovated house (renovation year 2012) house. All walls and ceilings are smoothly plastered. In addition, a beautiful floor has been laid throughout the apartment and high-quality upholstery and lighting have been hung in all rooms.

DETAILS
-Not for sharing;
-Rental price is exclusive G/W/L;
-Security deposit of 2 months;
-Minimum rental period is 1 year, no maximum.
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2021-10-5
Status
let conditionally
Accepting (an offer or contract)
Immediately

Construction

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

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
73 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
3
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Frans van Mierisstraat 48 l 1071RV Amsterdam

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