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Johan van Hasseltkade 222 1032LP Amsterdam

Rental price € 1.065 per month

Year of construction
2019
Floor space
42 m²
Number of rooms
2

Description

Special living in a beautiful building (Patch 22) in a wonderful place in the Buiksloterham

Beautiful apartment of approx. 42 m2 with high ceilings and a very nice and spacious outdoor area.

The house has a living / dining room / kitchen, a separate bedroom and a second room, which can be reached via a small staircase, which can be used as a guest room. The bathroom has a shower and a sink.

The entire house has underfloor heating and a beautiful wooden floor.

Parking space can be rented for 135 euros per month

Patch 22 is a spectacular building in several ways. Not only the wooden construction and the large windows are striking. The fact that it is built energy-neutral also makes this a special building to live in.

LOCATION
In the Buiksloterham, a somewhat rougher area in North, which is rapidly developing into an exciting residential area. Patch 22 is a short cycling distance from all kinds of culture and culinary: Restaurant Café De IJ-canteen, Loetje aan 't IJ, Pllek with food, music and beach, Restaurant Noorderlicht and the NDSM site. There are also good schools in the area such as the Hyperion lyceum and the Bredeschool Overhoeks.
You can quickly enter the city center by car, but also with two ferries nearby.

THE BUILDING
The beautiful building, which has been acclaimed at home and abroad, was designed by architect Tom Frantzen. A tower located directly on the water and consisting of a concrete base with six stacked wooden boxes on top, which are just slightly twisted in relation to each other. The boxes have been opened up to beautiful terraces at the front and back. The building runs on solar panels and pellet stoves (central heating boilers fired on wood chips). It is one of the most sustainable buildings in Amsterdam.

INCOME REQUIREMENT
- Your net monthly income is at least 3x the rent including (service) costs.
- You have a fixed income from employment or from your own business.
- Parental surety is not accepted by the landlord.
- Students are therefore not eligible.
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Features

Transfer

Service costs
€   35 p/m
Entry date
2020-12-19
Status
available
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement

Construction

Type of house/apartment
Upper-floor apartment
Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction
2019

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
42 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
2
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Johan van Hasseltkade 222 1032LP Amsterdam

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