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Herengracht 405 1017BP Amsterdam

Rental price € 5.300 per month

Year of construction
Floor space
121 m²
Number of rooms


Beautiful fully furnished and serviced canal house of approx. 121 sqm on one of the best and idyllic spots of Amsterdam with beautiful views over de Leidse- and Herengracht.

A few steps lead to the bel-etage with the entrance. The landing is the perfect spot to enjoy a nice cup of coffee or a have a drink in the afternoon.

Atmospheric living room of approx. 24 sqm with cozy fireplace and build in bar, wooden flooring and beamed ceilings. Staircase leading to both basement (souterrain) and upper floors. In the souterrain the luxurious kitchen with all modern-day appliances and nice dining nook with a fantastic view over the Canal. On the first floor another spacious living of approx. 24 sqm area with fireplace. On the second floor the Master bedroom with tasteful bathroom featuring a walk-in shower, wash basin and toilet can be found. On the third floor an equally well-sized bedroom with private bathroom as well.

Located on the beautiful Herengracht, corner Leidsegracht, near the city center, Leidsestraat, Vondelpark and within walking distance of several major shopping streets. In the vicinity many good restaurants and cafes can be found. The house is easily accessible via various tram lines on the Leidsestraat. Central Station can be reached by bike in less than 10 minutes.

- Available: directly;
- Rental price: 5.300,- excl. per month;
- Deposit: 2 months rent;
- CPI with a min. of 2%';
- Fully furnished;
- Fully serviced incl. g/w/l/i and weekly cleaning;
- No students.
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Accepting (an offer or contract)


Type of house/apartment
ground-floor + upper-floor apartment
Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
121 m²


Total number of rooms
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