Exceptional and charming turnkey townhouse of 115 mē with 2 bedrooms and an outside patio.
A tribute to history and a celebration of modern luxury. The house is accessible through a gate on the Jacob Obrechtstraat. The 5 consecutive houses on the courtyard were originally built as ateliers in the typical Amsterdam School style and are registered as a national monument.
The house is fully decorated and furnished including bedding and towels. Instant access to internet and television is provided for.
The hallway gives access to the living room. The large windows at the front of the apartment facing North bring a lot of light to the living room. This creates a spacious feeling. A beautiful wooden floor illuminates the entire living. The cozy gas fireplace gives the whole apartment a warm feeling.
There is a separate guest toilet in the hallway.
At the back of the ground floor is the kitchen located. The kitchen is provided with a design dining table for 6 or 8 persons and the usual appliances including a microwace, an oven, a 4 pit gas burner and a dishwasher. At the back of the apartment is the patio of approx. 10 mē with afternoon sun.
The adjacent utility room has an extra freezer and washing and drying machines, and offers additional storage space via a trapdoor in the floor. Similar storage can be found in the living room under the floor. There is a built-in wardrobe under the staircase.
Via the beautiful staircase with a banister made of steel and glass one reaches a spacious balcony where a study has been created with a modern design desk and antique book cases.
The balcony also gives access to the master bedroom (with a television) and a smaller second bedroom, as well as a bathroom with a sliding door. The bathroom has a walk-in shower, second toilet and a double sink.
The carpet on the top floor will be replaced by a parquet floor.
Quietly located at a courtyard surrounded by The Oldenhoeck complex in Amsterdam Zuid. The architecture by J.M. van der Mey, who belonged to the renowned Amsterdam School in the early 20th century. and who is best know for the Scheepvaarthuis.
Located in a desirable area in the vicinity of the world famous Concertgebouw at the Museumplein with the choice between the popular shopping streets Beethovenstraat, Cornelis Schuytstraat and Van Baerlestraat for groceries.
In the area there are lots of nice restaurants, cafes and the cosy Zuidermarkt on Saturday mornings.
Well served by public transport, such as tram line 5 and several bus lines at the Museumplein and with the World Trade Center and the Amsterdam Zuid train station within 10 minutes by bicycle.
- Available: 1 October 2020;
- Rental price: 3.300,-;
- Deposit: 2 months rent;
- Advance payments for gas, water, elektra, internet, telephone and tv 275,- (fixed amount);
- Term: max. of 24 months, short term also a possibility;
- The carpet on the top floor will be replaced by a parquet floor;
- No students;
- No pets.
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