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Johannes Verhulststraat 51 - II 1071MS Amsterdam

Rental price € 1.850 per month

Year of construction
Floor space
78 m²
Number of rooms


Very charming 3-room apartment of 78 m2 with high ornamental ceilings of over 3 meters!, atmospheric stained glass, original en-suite doors and a south-facing loggia!

The property is located in a popular part of Amsterdam Oud Zuid; with the lovely Cornelis Schuytstraat around the corner. Here you live wonderfully quiet and yet with all the dynamics of the city a few steps away. Due to the many shops and pleasant restaurants nearby, the Johannes Verhulststraat is a very attractive place to live. Also the Vondelpark and the Museumplein are within walking distance, and on Saturday there’s the nice ZuiderMRKT with delicious fresh organic products at Jacob Obrechtplein.
In short: an attractive, renovated apartment located in one of the best streets of Oud-Zuid.

Entrance, living room with the original ensuite doors that divide the front and back room in two. The living room at the front has a bay window with beautiful stained-glass windows, and on the back we find a loggia on the south. Modern separate kitchen made in high gloss white with 4-burner gas hob, extractor hood, dishwasher, fridge and spacious kitchen cabinets with an old beautiful built-in cupboard. Bathroom with shower and sink. Separate toilet. The bedroom is at the front.

The living space is approximately 78m².

The apartment is located in a building built around 1900.

- Heating by means of C.V. Boiler (2012).
- Electrical installation: modern group cabinet with earth leakage switch.
- The house has wooden frames with partly double glazing.

The apartment is easily reached by car from the A-10 ring road via the S 108 as the S 109. The apartment is also very easy to reach by public transport. Various tram and bus lines stop at De Lairessestraat to connect you with the rest of the city and Schiphol and with tram 2 (Willemsparkweg) you can easily reach the center and Central Station. Also the Zuid-as can be reached very easy. The parking works with a licensing system. On the public road, parking is paid on Monday to Saturday from 9:00 to 00:00.

- The house will be rented out without furniture.
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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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