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Govert Flinckstraat 363 II 1074CD Amsterdam

Rental price € 1.850 per month

Year of construction
Floor space
74 m²
Number of rooms


Govert Flinckstraat 363 II


Completely renovated (2019) second floor apartment with 2 bedrooms and an amazing terrace on the south side of the popular Pijp area.
This unfurnished floor heated apartment is nearly new and comes with pvc/wood floors, balcony, modern kitchen and bathroom.

Communal entrance, stairs to second floor, spacious master bedroom at the front, bright living with fully equipped modern open kitchen, hallway with separate toilet, laundry area with washer and dryer, second good sized bedroom at the quiet back, bathroom equipped with separate shower and double sink

Located in the Pijp area between the Albert Cuyp fresh market and the Amstel River, a vibrant and bohemian area known as the Latin Quarter of Amsterdam. Known for its lively pubs and restaurants, bars, variety of shops, the Sarphatipark and the Albert Cuyp fresh market! Also within walking distance of the Utrechtsestraat and the beautiful Weesperzijde.

Public transport to all directions in direct area.

• Living space 74 m2 (not NEN2580 measured);
• Good quality
• € 1.850,- ex per month
• Unfurnished
• Parking via licensing system
• Floor heated
• Available by the 1st of April for a minimum of 12 months ( lease A)
• 2 bedrooms
• Bright
• Quiet street, close to lively area
• 2 months deposit

This property is offered by a certified MVA broker
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Upper-floor apartment
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Year of construction

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Floor space
74 m²


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MVA neighbourhood information: Oude Pijp

De Pijp is vibrant and very much on its way up. As can be expected of an area that is centred on the nation’s most famous outdoor market Albert Cuypmarkt, this Amsterdam neighbourhood is famously diverse with over 150 nationalities represented. By the time the NZ-lijn underground metro is finished, De Pijp’s gentrification process should be complete with the always strong student population giving way to yet more families of young creatives and professionals. Albert Cuypmarkt Yes indeed: the Albert Cuypmarkt is not only the ‘kitchen of Amsterdam’ but also the place to witness the city in action. There are also many hidden treats to be discovered: innovative buildings built on the principles of Theosophy.

Govert Flinckstraat 363 II 1074CD Amsterdam

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