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Jephtastraat 53 4 1055JS Amsterdam

Rental price € 2.100 per month

Year of construction
Floor space
88 m²
Number of rooms


Very spacious light 4-room apartment located on the fourth floor with two balconies.

The entrance of the apartment is on the fourth floor of the complex which can be reached by stairs or elevator.
You enter the hall of the apartment, all rooms are accessible from the hall.
The very spacious and bright living room has a west-facing balcony and a rustic fireplace. The kitchen is entered through the hall, and is equipped with a dishwasher, 4 burner gas cooker, extractor hood and a washing machine.
To the left of the living room is the master bedroom of over 20m2. The second bedroom is located in front of the master bedroom and opposite the kitchen and bathroom. The bathroom has a shower, sink here is also access to the balcony on the east. Separate toilet with wash basin are present in the hall. The third bedroom can be found next to the entrance of the bathroom.

The apartment on the Jephtastraat is very centrally located in the Bos en Lommer district near the Bos en Lommerplein. With the presence of various shops, post office, market, cultural center, Erasmus Park and schools within walking distance. The house is also central to various highways (A10, A4) and public transport (tram line 7, 12, 14 bus line 15, 21, 80).

- Rent € 2100 per month excl. G/W/E
- Available immediately
- Living area 88m2
- 2 balconies
- 3 bedrooms
- No agency costs for the tenant
- Deposit 1 month rent
- Storage room of 6m2

This information has been compiled by us with the necessary care. On our part , however, no liability is accepted for any incompleteness, inaccuracy or otherwise, or its consequences. All sizes and dimensions are indicative.
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Accepting (an offer or contract)


Type of house/apartment
Apartment building with external walkway
Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction

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Floor space
88 m²


Total number of rooms
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