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J.J. Viottastraat 21 II 1071JN Amsterdam

Rental price € 5.500 per month

Year of construction
1931-1944
Floor space
202 m²
Number of rooms
6

Description

Spacious family apartment available in the old south. Renovated in an excellent condition. Cornelis Schuytstraat with all nice shops and restaurants walking distance, Museum area minutes away and cycle distance to WTC where the train station is as well. Easy parking by permit.

Private entrance, by stairs to the 2nd floor. Spacious hall way with guest toilet and cloakroom.
The large l- shape living room has a parquet floor, original sliding doors to close living and dinning room. Gas fire place. The semi open kitchen is fully equipped, small terrace on this side.

By stairs to the 3rd floor. 4 spacious bedrooms. The master bedroom has an en suite bathroom with bath and shower. Another bathroom with shower and toilet. Separate storage/ laundry room.

On the top, a large private roof terrace!

Features:

- Spacious family home

- 4 bedrooms

-2 bathrooms

- roof terrace

- Renovated

This information has been compiled by us with the necessary care. No liability is accepted for any incompleteness, incorrectness or otherwise, or consequences thereof. All sizes and dimensions are indicative.

Published measurements are not NEN measured.
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2021-5-18
Status
available
Accepting (an offer or contract)
by date

Construction

Type of house/apartment
Upper-floor apartment
Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction
1931-1944

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
202 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
6
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J.J. Viottastraat 21 II 1071JN Amsterdam

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