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Koninginneweg 26 1L 1075CZ Amsterdam

Rental price € 1.850 per month

Year of construction
1903
Floor space
58 m²
Number of rooms
2

Description

Very charming and well laid out 2 room corner apartment with high ceilings, large windows with beautiful stained glass, south-facing balcony and modern kitchen and bathroom. The apartment is located on the first floor (in the former music room) of a beautiful villa from 1904, around the corner from Vondelpark. The many windows, the corner location and the ceiling height of approximately 3,75 meters make it particularly light and spacious. The stately building has an impressive staircase with a beautiful stained glass skylight. In the basement there is a private storage room of approx. 8 m2 and a communal bicycle storage room on the ground floor.

LAYOUT
Stately entrance with communal bicycle shed and spacious staircase.
Entrance on the first floor, hall with a separate toilet. The spacious living room has large windows and patio doors to a small south-facing balcony. The modern open kitchen is equipped with various built-in appliances (including pitt cooking, fridge/freezer combination, dishwasher, combi oven). A convenient breakfast bar has also been placed here. The modern bathroom has a walk-in shower and sink. The spacious bedroom has plenty of closet space and storage space.

LOCATION
The apartment is in an excellent location in the Amsterdam Oud-Zuid district, a stone's throw from the Vondelpark. There is a very varied range of shops and restaurants in the immediate vicinity, including in the well-known luxurious Cornelis Schuytstraat, but also on and around the Amstelveenseweg: with Dignita, Lavinia Good Food, Simply Fish and Ron Gastrobar within easy reach. The Koninginneweg itself is known for its many caterers and delicacies, including 'Arti Choc Chocolaterie', 'Wessels fruit and vegetables' and 'Wine trade Koninginneweg'. On Saturdays, the cozy and atmospheric ZuiderMRKT on Jacob Obrechtplein with delicious fresh organic products. Culture lovers can indulge themselves, with well-known museums such as the Rijksmuseum, Stedelijk museum and the Concertgebouw in the vicinity.

LIVING AREA
In accordance with NEN2580 measurement, the living area is approximately 58,20 mē. The building-related outdoor space is approximately 1,50 mē. The storage space is approximately 8 mē.
NB. The specified surface has been measured by a specialized company in accordance with NEN2580.

ACCESSIBILITY AND PARKING
The apartment is easily accessible by car from the A-10 ring road (exit S107 and S108). The house is very easy to reach by public transport. Various tram and bus lines stop in the immediate vicinity to connect you with the rest of the city and Schiphol and with tram 2 you can reach the center and Central Station in no time. There is parking on the public road for a fee and at the moment there is no waiting time for obtaining a parking permit (source; website municipality of Amsterdam).

CHARACTERISTICS
- Heating and hot water by c.v. boiler.
- The house has wooden frames with single glass and stained glass windows
- The apartment has a oak herringbone parquet floor.

PARTICULARITIES
- A rental agreement is entered into for a maximum period of 2 years or less.
- Available from early August 2021.
- The house will be delivered furnished, but this differs slightly from the photos. The current sofa in the photo will be replaced by a new sofa (color dark blue), which has a smaller size. A list is available which items remain in the apartment.
- The deposit is two months rent.
- Smoking and home sharers are not allowed.
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2021-7-15
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
1903

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
58 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
2
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