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Korte Leidsedwarsstraat 31 C 1017PV Amsterdam

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Floor space
56 m²
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Well finished and furnished apartment with 2 bedrooms (approx 56 m2) on the second floor located on the quiet side of the Korte Leidsedwarsstraat. The building is located on walking distance of the Leidseplein but at the back of the apartment you can enjoy the green courtyards on your balcony. You have almost everything you need within walking distance including a supermarket and the tram. And restaurants, cafes, bars and theatres, of course.

Through the general entrance you come to the second floor: Entrance hall, large living room on the southwest side with open kitchen, kitchen with dishwasher, microwave oven and gas hob, separate toilet and washing machine room, bathroom with double sink and shower, two bedrooms and access to the balcony on the north-east side.

The house is furnished with a good sofa, large TV, double bed, large wardrobe, the second bedroom you can still choose what you need.


-The entertainment of the city almost at you doorstep;
-Up to 2 persons or a family;
-Minimum rental period 1 year;
-Rent 1.750,- per month excl. G/W/E/ and internet;
-Deposit 2 months rent;
-No extra service costs or contract costs.

Delivery can be done quickly.

We have compiled this information with due care. However, we do not accept any liability for any incompleteness, inaccuracy or otherwise, or the consequences thereof. All dimensions and surfaces given are indicative. The NVM conditions apply.
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