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Govert Flinckstraat 283 II+III 1073CA Amsterdam

Rental price € 2.350 per month

Year of construction
Floor space
103 m²
Number of rooms



** 6 MONTHS RENT DISCOUNT OF 150 EURO PER MONTH: during the first 6 months you only pay 2.350 euro rent per month instead of 2.500 euro**

Very tasteful double floor apartment with roof terrace, designed by an interior architect with use of quality materials and a beautiful wooden floor, situated in the popular Pijp area just around the corner from Museum Plein, Albert Cuyp market and the Sarphatipark!

The apartment is situated on the 2nd and 3d floor and comes UNFURNISHED. There are 2 bedrooms and a great and sunny roof terrace. Everything is perfectly maintained and well insulated with double glazed windows.

There is an open kitchen with cooking island, supplied with Borretti oven, stove & teppanyaki plate, dishwasher, fridge, freezer, microwave and lots of storage space. L-shaped living from front to back, very light and with nicely designed built-in cupboard space. On the 3d floor 2 bedrooms, a modern bathroom and on top the roof terrace!

Entrance on the 1st floor, stairs to the 2nd floor, hall with separate toilet and stairs to the 3rd floor, opening doors to the living with many built in bookcases, fully equipped open kitchen.
Third floor; hall with built-in cupboards washing machine and dryer, 2 well sized bedrooms also with built-in cupboards and original construction beams, bathroom in the middle with separate shower, bath tub, toilet, bidoir and sink, stairs to the sunny roof terrace.

The Pijp area is a lively area with a lot of nice restaurants and nightlife. During the week from Monday till Saturday you will enjoy strolling along the Albert Cuyp market and to get away from all the buzz, you just step out your door to find tranquillity in the Sarphatipark.

This area is served by tram lines: 3, 4, 12 and 24. Metro stop North/South within 10 minutes walking distance.

- First 6 months 2.350 euro rent per month, after 6 months 2.500 euro rent per month
- Available directly for 12-24 months (lease B)
- Surface of approx. 103 m2 (not NEN 2580 measured)
- 2 bedrooms
- Unfurnished
- Quiet area, very central
- No sharing
- Wooden floors throughout the whole apartment
- Sunny terrace
- No smoking, no pets
- 2 months deposit

**This Property is listed by JLG Real Estate a MVA Certified Expat Broker**
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Floor space
103 m²


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