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Joh.M. Coenenstraat 54 1071WH Amsterdam

Rental price excluding € 2.250 per month

Year of construction
Floor space
70 m²
Number of rooms


Furnished one-bedroom apartment with terrace on a top location in the South of Amsterdam close to the Beethovenstraat, Zuid-as and the museum area and with a parkingspace in the underground garage for rent as well.

Entrance by a magnificent original staircase or the elevator to the first floor.

Hallway, cloackroom with washingmachine and dryer, double doors to the terrace, toilet.
Entrance to the bedroom with closetspace, bathroom with a bath/shower, second toilet and sink.

From the hallway a pair of glass doors lead to the livingroom with very high ceilings, a view on the water and a French balcony. The en-suite kitchen is small/efficient and has all the necessary appliances.

The whole apartment has oak wooden floors, high ceilings and a lot of light coming in from all sides.
The location is quiet and close to one of the best shopping areas in Amsterdam at the Beethovenstraat.

In the building is a sauna and a small swimmingpool. If needed there is a parkingspace for rent as well, the monthly costs are 300 euro and there is a direct connection form the garage to the main building. There is also a separate storage for your bike in the communal garden.

The apartment is fully furnished in a classic style and ready to move in.

Rental period : 12 months
Rentalprice : 2.250 euro a month
Parking : 300 euro a month
Renter has to register gas/water/electricity/tv/internet on his own name
Deposit : 5000 euro
Fully furnished and turn-key available
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Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement


Type of house/apartment
Apartment with lift and garage
Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
70 m²
200 m³


Total number of rooms
Number of bedrooms
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Joh.M. Coenenstraat 54 1071WH Amsterdam

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