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Frederik Hendrikstraat 128 1 1052JC Amsterdam

Rental price € 1.600 per month

Year of construction
Floor space
58 m²
Number of rooms



Lovely apartment for rent, full of character and charm on the frederik Hendrikstraat, close to Hugo de Grootplein. This is a fully furnished 2-bedroom apartment (58 m2).

Located in the Oud West just outside the Jordaan area but still in the middle of the city. The apartment is situated on the first floor so only one flight of stairs. As mentioned itís a 2-bedroom apartment, one large and the second rather small. Both are situated at the back and therefor quiet. The living room with the open kitchen are at the front and facing the street.

Stairs with the entrance on the 1st floor; hallway, living room and a fully equipped kitchen at the front. The big double-glazed windows provide a lot of light and a view on the street. In the middle is the bathroom with a bath sink and separate shower. Toilet is also separate. Master bedroom with spacious wardrobe at the back, second smaller bedroom can perfectly used as a study/home office. Both bedrooms have access to the balcony which is facing the west.

This unique apartment is within walking distance of the Jordaan and Hugo the Grootplein with its shops and restaurants.
Public transport in the direct area.

- Price: Ä 1.600,- excluding utilities;
- Available directly with a minimum period of 12 months;
- Deposit: 2 months;
- 58 m2 (not measured according to NEN 2580);
- 2-bedrooms; ( 1 smaller)
- Fully furnished;
- Balcony facing West;
- Not available for sharing;
- No pets/No pets
- Mandatory professional cleaning

**This Property is listed by JLG Real Estate a MVA Certified Expat Broker**
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Existing property
Year of construction

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Floor space
58 m²


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MVA neighbourhood information: Frederik Hendrikbuurt

The Frederik Hendrikbuurt was built in the 19th century and lies between the Singelgracht and the Kostverlorenvaart. The inhabitants like this area of Amsterdam because of all the facilities it has to offer. On of those facilities is the Molen de Otter is a beautiful piece of historic heritage which is sustained by the perseverance of local inhabitants. The shopping area of this neighbourhood is called Hugo de Grootbuurt, there is a plaza with hospitality and many specialized shops. The inhabitants are diverse in terms of ethics as well as their income.

Frederik Hendrikstraat 128 1 1052JC Amsterdam

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