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Jacob Obrechtstraat 67 A 1071KJ Amsterdam

Rental price € 2.950 per month

Year of construction
Floor space
70 m²
Number of rooms


A unique opportunity to reside in the elegant Etagehuis Oldenhoeck with tennis court, concierge, and a private parking space in the garage!

Luxury apartment in the characteristic style of the Amsterdam School, on a quiet street in a top location in the Amsterdam Zuid district near the Concertgebouw, Museumplein, and Vondel Park, and around the corner of the bustling Cornelis Schuytstraat.

Stately entrance, beletage (floor above semi-basement), apartment door, spacious vestibule, comfortable seating area, a few steps down to the luxury, well-equipped open-plan kitchen and large living room. Separate toilet. Internal stairs lead to the bedrooms on the floor above, with a large master bedroom with practical custom-built cabinets. Large luxury bathroom with walk-in shower, toilet, and washbasin.

In short, an extremely attractive apartment with excellent layout, which includes access to the private tennis court in the back of the building, a parking space in the garage, and storage space.

The apartment is situated in a quiet part of the popular Concertgebouw area. A lovely location within walking distance of the Concertgebouw, Rijks Museum and Vondel Park. The shops of Cornelis Schuytstraat and Van Baerlestraat, and the Albert Heijn supermarket on Museumplein square are within walking distance.
In this central location, accessibility by car and public transport is excellent.
The A10 ring road can be reached within 10 minutes.


- Living area ca. 70mē
- New luxury open-plan kitchen to be installed in the near future
- Elegant furnishings
- Private parking space in the garage
- Shared bicycle storage
- Small storage space in the central hall
- Access to private tennis court
- Screening via NVM Woontoets
- Maximum rental period 12 months
- Deposit of 2 month's rent
- Available as per May 1st 2020
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Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement


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

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
70 m²


Total number of rooms
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Jacob Obrechtstraat 67 A 1071KJ Amsterdam

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