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Havikshorst 149 1083TR Amsterdam

Rental price € 1.700 per month

Year of construction
1962
Floor space
73 m²
Number of rooms
3

Description

Luxurious, bright, strategically located, completely furnished and upholstered are the words to describe this 3 room apartment of 73 m2 with balcony and storage box on the ground floor. The apartment is located in Buitenveldert, close to Gelderlandplein and Zuid as, several parks in the surrounding, great public transport with connections to everywhere and parking as well as a parking permit are several of the large benefits here.

This apartment was completely renovated with high-quality materials in 2015 and has been very well kept by the owner who is moving abroad for work. It has a living surface of approx. 73m2, 2 bedrooms, a large bathroom, separate toilet, kitchen with various built-in appliances, and an additional storage room on the ground floor.

The apartment building has a well kept entrance and offer you the stairs or the lift to the second floor where is apartment is located at. The entire apartment has a nice oak floor installed. The bright and spacious living offers plenty of space and daylight. The separate kitchen is equipped with a 4-hob stove, an extractor hood, combi-microwave oven, a fridge with freezer compartment, and a dishwasher (Pelgrim). It also has a ceramic worktop and built-in downlights. There are two bedrooms. The masterbedroom offers access to the bathroom and the second bedroom is used as a walk-in wardrobe. The well designed bathroom offers a walk-in (and rain)shower, glass wall, sink with double drawers and a heated mirror! The toilet is located separately. The balcony can be accessed from both bedrooms and the living room. The apartment offers a separate storage for the washing machine and dryer.

Characteristics:
- Luxurious 3 room apartment of approx. 73m;
- Completely renovated in 2015 and well kept since, has not been rented out before;
- Building with lift;
- Double glazing;
- Private storage on the ground floor;
- Currently no waiting list for a parking permit;
- Offered completely furnished and upholstered;
- Rental price does not include any consumption costs;
- Deposit of at least 2 months rent;
- Minimum rental period is 1 year;
- Tenants will be tested on income;
- Not allowed to smoke (indoors);
- Pets in consultation;
- Transfer date in consultation, can be on short notice.

This information has been compiled by us with due care. On our part, however, no liability is assumed for any incompleteness, inaccuracy or otherwise, or the consequences thereof. All specified sizes and surfaces are indicative. Buyer has his own duty to investigate all matters that are important to him or her. With regard to this property, the broker is an advisor to the seller. We advise you to call in an expert (NVM) broker who guides you through the purchase process. If you have specific wishes regarding the property, we advise you to make this known forehanded to your buying broker and to do research any matters that interest you independently. If you do not involve an expert representative, you will consider yourself, according to the law, to be sufficiently competent to oversee all matters that are of interest.
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2020-10-12
Status
available
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement

Construction

Type of house/apartment
Apartment building with external walkway
Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction
1962

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
73 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
3
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MVA neighbourhood information: Buitenveldert-Oost

Buitenveldert is the most southern part of Amsterdam South. The neighbourhood has a lot of contrasts. Buitenveldert characteristics itself by the amount of space and green facilities available in the area. There are many facilities and shopping centre for example the Gerderlandplaza. The houses are relatively big and the neighbourhood has many above-average aged people. The neighbourhood scores well on the safety scale. Although the safety is good, the social cohesion isnít that strong. The Zuidas part of Amsterdam is a dynamic area, which is in full development. Originally the focus was on making this part of Amsterdam a high level office complex, but now the focus is more on making it a residential area. There arenít that many inhabitants yet, but the new building concepts are designed to improve that. There will be an elementary school and several other facilities available, which will make this part of Amsterdam a unique location.

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