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Haarlemmerdijk 42 c 1013JD Amsterdam

Rental price € 1.850 per month

Year of construction
Floor space
64 m²
Number of rooms


*** this property is listed by a MVA Certified Expat Broker ***

Living in a monumental building located in a super location! This well laid out and very cosy 2-room apartment, of approximately 64 m2, is located on the top (roof) floor. The beam construction is clearly visible and two nice guestrooms have been created on the two attics. The bright apartment also has a balcony, a small roof terrace and a storage room on the ground floor.

One of the nicest shopping streets in the city is within walking distance of Amsterdam Central Station: the Haarlemmerstraat and Haarlemmerdijk. You will find a large and varied selection of special shops here, each with its own speciality, from boutiques to supermarkets, old-fashioned bakeries, butchers and restaurants. The Westerpark, the IJ and the bustling historic centre and canal district are literally around the corner.

LAYOUT (see floor plans)
Ground floor: Well-maintained communal entrance and stairs to the 2nd floor.
2nd Floor: Private entrance with space for hanging coats, stairs to the 3rd floor.
3rd Floor: Upon entering, the open layout, the beam construction and the stainless-steel kitchen immediately stand out. The property is divided over 2 roof levels that are connected. In the middle part is the spacious dining room with access to all rooms. The half open kitchen has been fitted with all common appliances and has a large work surface. The spacious bathroom, including bath and separate shower, has access to the balcony. The bedroom can be separated from the dining room by means of designer steel sliding doors. At the front is the living room where you have a view of the bustling Haarlemmerdijk. 2 extra places for beds have been created in the attic. The small roof terrace can be reached via a fixed designer staircase.

* Income requirement: the (joint) GROSS monthly income must be at least 2.5 x the monthly rent
* 2-month deposit
* Wooden flooring
* Furnished
* The layout of this property is not suitable for home sharers
* The rent is excluding gas, water and electricity
* No pets allowed
* No smokers
* Maximum rental period of 12 months
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Entry date
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement


Type of house/apartment
Upper-floor apartment
Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
64 m²


Total number of rooms
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MVA neighbourhood information: Haarlemmerbuurt

Haarlemmerbuurt is a long drawn-out area between the Jordaan and the West Islands. The Haarlemmerstraat is the most important part of this neighbourhood as it is a well-known shopping area in Amsterdam. The Haarlemmerbuurt stands out for its mix of living, working and recreational area.

Haarlemmerdijk 42 c 1013JD Amsterdam

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