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James Cookstraat 38 H 1056SB Amsterdam

Rental price € 1.700 per month

Year of construction
Floor space
59 m²
Number of rooms


** Listed by a MvA Certified Expat Broker**

Lovely ground floor 3-room apartment of 59 m2 with a spacious garden of approximately 54 m2, located in Amsterdam-West. The house has 2 bedrooms, an open kitchen, a bathroom with walk-in shower, sink and a separate toilet.

The house is located on James Cookstraat between Jan van Galenstraat and Jan Evertsenstraat, a bustling part of the Baarsjes. In the Jan van Galenstraat and in the Jan Evertsenstraat there is a diverse range of shops for your daily shopping and there are various catering establishments such as the Cafe Cook on the corner with a cozy outdoor terrace. The house is around the corner from the Erasmus Park, the Rembrandt Park and the Westerpark with its cozy catering establishments. The Center and the Jordaan are within cycling distance. The house is well located for public transport and roads. The ring A-10 can be reached within a few minutes.

Closed entrance with access to the separate toilet room.
At the front of the house is the living room with open kitchen. The kitchen is equipped with various built-in appliances.
At the rear of the house are two bedrooms, both of which give access to the spacious (54 m2) east-facing backyard. The master bedroom (approx. 14m2) is wonderfully spacious and has patio doors to the backyard. The second bedroom is ideal as a nursery, study or spacious walk-in closet. The bathroom has a walk-in shower, toilet and sink. In the hall there is a storage room where the washing machine connection is located.

* spacious backyard
* two bedrooms
* Delivery possible from July 17th
* guarantee 2 months rent
* partly upholstered and furnished: only white kitchen table, bed in master bedroom, window coverings, garden table with 4 chairs will stay behind
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Type of house/apartment
Ground-floor apartment
Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
59 m²


Total number of rooms
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James Cookstraat 38 H 1056SB Amsterdam

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