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Jan Luijkenstraat 8 II 1071CM Amsterdam

Rental price € 2.250 per month

Year of construction
Floor space
78 m²
Number of rooms


A modern furnished apartment available with the ultimate view on to the Rijksmuseum.
The city centre walking distance, large Albert Heijn on Museum Plein. The popular shops in Old South minutes away and Vondelparc around the corner.

Lay out:

The apartment is located on the 2nd floor.
Shared entrance with the top floor neighbours, stairs lead to the entrance of the apartment.
You walk in to the apartment straight away. This apartment has the perfect combination of typical amsterdam details and new modern finishings. A living room with windows looking directly out on the Rijksmuseum, this view is in contrast with the modern open kitchen that is attached to the living. The kitchen is fully equiped and with a nice bar to enjoy a morning coffee and read the news paper.

The two bedrooms are on the back side. One master with double bed and fitted cupboards. The sliding doors to the room make sure no space is wasted.The bathroom with tub and shower can be reached via the master bedroom and from the hallway. This way you can keep everything seperate from guests to guarantee privacy.
The balcony can be reached via the bedroom as well, but you will most likely enjoy the park or the museumplein in the summer!


- Amazing view
- 2 bedrooms
- Balcony front and back
- Modern furnished

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Upper-floor apartment
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Year of construction

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Floor space
78 m²


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Jan Luijkenstraat 8 II 1071CM Amsterdam

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