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H.J.M. Walenkampstraat 77 hs 1019EA Amsterdam

Rental price € 1.600 per month

Year of construction
Floor space
67 m²
Number of rooms


Ground floor 3 room apartment of approx. 70 m2 with a garden of 102 m2. The garden has a back entrance and is located on the sunny southwest (afternoon and evening sun).
The apartment have a storage room and a bicycle shed, both located in the garden. The complex is well maintained and located in the popular Eastern Docklands, on the edge of the city centre.

Ground floor: Entrance, central hall with intercom, storage cupboard with central heating system. Large living room directly adjacent to the large sunny garden. The garden borders the full width of the house and has a hardwood fence, outdoor lighting and a frost-free outdoor tap. The spacious kitchen also has access to the garden. The modern kitchen is equipped with various built-in appliances. The bathroom has a shower, washbasin and washing machine connection. Separate toilet with hand basin. Two well-sized bedrooms situated in a quiet private garden.

There is ample parking and no waiting time for a parking permit.

The complex is located behind the warehouses of the Zeeburgerkade and lies exactly on the dividing line of the Indian neighbourhood and the Eastern Docklands, offering you the best of both worlds. The recently renovated Javaplein is nearby. Trendy restaurants such as Wilde Zwijnen, 't Pompstation and The Harbor Club are within walking distance, as are the many busy lunch spots and terraces. Shopping is possible in the cozy Javastraat and on the Dappermarkt. But the famous "design boulevard" on the KNSM island and the Brazil shopping centre in the Eastern Docklands are also a stone's throw away. The house is conveniently located for highways (ring A-10, A-1) and public transport. The Muiderpoort station and Amsterdam Central Station are no more than 10 minutes by bike. In other words, close to everything, but still living in a quiet place in Amsterdam

- Ground floor apartment
- Living area 70 m2
- Large garden (102 m2) on the southwest with back entrance
- Storage room plus a bicycle shed in the garden
- Rent 1,600 excluding energy costs, including service costs
- Deposit 2,500
- Rental contract is for a period of 12 months
- Well insulated, energy label B
- Good parking options
- Parking permit available immediately
- Good location with excellent public transport
- Fiberglass connection
- Directly available
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Type of house/apartment
Ground-floor apartment
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Year of construction

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Floor space
67 m²


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