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Frederik Hendrikstraat 74 1052HX Amsterdam

Year of construction
Floor space
102 m²
Number of rooms


This luxurious 4-room apartment of 102 mē with a balcony, located at the foot step of the lively Hugo de Grootplein area, is now available for rental.

The complex "Mare Liberum" was completed in 2014 and it has a modern finish, good insulation and an elevator. The outside facade is build under a beautiful classic 19th-century architecture that adds character to the new building.

Floor Plan:
The spacious living room with open kitchen is located on the southwest, which makes this a very light space. The luxury Boretti kitchen has a natural stone top, a Quooker and built-in appliances (dishwasher, 5-burner stove, refrigerator, freezer). There are two spacious bedrooms and a smaller bedroom. The bathroom is luxuriously finished with partly tadelakt and the toilet is separate. There are two French balconies, a balcony on the north, a storage room in the apartment itself and one storage room on the ground floor.

You do not have to go far for daily groceries - Albert Heijn is just across the street.
For a good baker, fishmonger, liquor store and chemist, Hugo de Grootplein is only 2 minutes walk, where you can enjoy the sun on the Razmataz terrace, sip a good cup of coffee at Coffee & Juices and dine with style at Morgan & Mees. Jordaan, the Westergasterrein, the Haarlemmerdijk, the nine streets and De Hallen can be reached within a few minutes.

This piece is part of Westerpark 1.4: Frederik Hendrik and Hugo de Grootbuurt. At the time of writing there is no waiting list for obtaining a parking permit.

Public Transport:
Trams 3 & 10 and buses 18, 21, 80 are in very close proximity

- Available from the 1st of November;
- Rental price is negotiable with a good candidate tenant;
- apply for a parking permit from the municipality of Amsterdam;
- Surface area approximately 102 mē;
- Rent includes service costs;
- Unfurnished;
- Balcony facing north;
- Washing machine present;
- No pets allowed;
- Smoking is not allowed in the apartment.

- Your net monthly income is at least 3 times the rent;
- You have a fixed income from an employment contract or your own company;
- Deposit of 1 month;
- Parental / third party guarantee is not accepted; therefore not suitable for students;
- Rental period at least 1 year;
- Candidates must provide the broker with various documentation, among other things, to substantiate the income;
- Right of award lies with the lessor, the lessor also reserves the right to reject candidates without giving any reason.
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Floor space
102 m²
311 m³


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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 74 1052HX Amsterdam

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