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Johannes Verhulststraat 200 Hs 1075HE Amsterdam

Rental price € 8.500 per month

Year of construction
1910
Floor space
222 m²
Number of rooms
7

Description

Fantastic high-end renovated apartment of 222 mē with 6 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms and a garden, located in one of the most beautiful streets of Oud Zuid area.

LAYOUT
Private entrance from the street, through the enclosed porch you enter the spacious hall with wardrobe and separate toilet. Through the beautiful, white steel doors you have access to the gigantic living room with gas fireplace at the front and the contemporary kitchen at the rear with all amenities (all luxury built-in appliances from Miele, Quooker, extra large refrigerator and wine climate cabinet). From the kitchen you have access to the modern, newly landscaped garden.

First floor: Two bedrooms at the front, the master bedroom with access to the balcony (facing south). In addition, a smaller bedroom. In the hall a separate toilet and the luxurious bathroom with bath, walk-in shower and double sink with furniture. At the rear also two bedrooms, a spacious bedroom with built-in wardrobes and next to it a smaller bedroom which can also be used as an office or study space.

Basement: At the front the fifth bedroom with bathroom en suite with sink and walk-in shower. In the middle the hall with storage room and separate toilet with fountain and laundry room with washing machine. At the rear the master bedroom with a gigantic built-in wardrobe and en suite bathroom with bath, walk-in shower and double sink with furniture.

There are beautiful oak floors on all floors and the choice of materials such as underfloor heating, light switches, EVO heating and the preservation of the ornaments means that this house can be described as a special family home.

LOCATION
The apartment is located in one of the most beautiful streets in the south. In the immediate vicinity is a very wide choice of refined restaurants and hotel bars. Think of George, Visque, Conservatorium Hotel, etc. For a message you can go to the Cornelis Schuytstraat for a wide range of products and every Saturday there is an organic market on the Jacob Obrechtplein. The Rijks, Stedelijk and Van Gogh museums are just a stone's throw away, but of course also the Concertgebouw. In addition, there are several schools in the area, including the British School of Amsterdam. The Johannes Verhulststraat is a spacious street near the Museumplein with no less than 3 minutes walking distance from the Vondelpark. Numerous luxury sports facilities around the corner, Sportcity on Cornelis Schuytstraat and Train More on Koninginneweg.

ACCESSIBILITY
Conveniently located in relation to the A2 and A4 highways via the Ring A10 via exits 108 and 109. Surrounded by several tram stops on De Lairessestraat and Van Baerlestraat. Also close to the bus stops to Schiphol and Amstelveen, among others. A particularly central location in relation to the bustling Center, Culture-rich Old South, the Beethovenstraat and the beautiful Vondelpark.

PARTICULARITIES
- Rental price on request;
- Completely renovated, turn key apartment;
- Living area of ??222 mē;
- 6 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms and garden (N-W);
- Private entrance from the street side
- Available in consultation, can be done quickly;
- Maximum 24 months, contract type B;
- Deposit, two months rent.
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2021-11-19
Status
available
Accepting (an offer or contract)
by date

Construction

Type of house/apartment
Apartment on two lower floors
Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction
1910

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
222 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
7
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Johannes Verhulststraat 200 Hs 1075HE Amsterdam

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