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Kuinderstraat 37 - I 1079DJ Amsterdam

Rental price € 1.450 per month

Year of construction
1934
Floor space
57 m²
Number of rooms
3

Description

Nice and very practical 3-room apartment of approximately 57 mē with a balcony over the full width of the apartment. The apartment is unfurnished and is located in the popular neighborhood Rivierenbuurt around the corner from the Rijnstraat and the Martin Luther King Park.

NOT FOR SHARING!
At the request of the landlord, it is not possible to make this property available to sharers. Sharers are students and / or friends who rent the apartment together. The cohabitation of two or more (highly educated) working persons is also not possible. A couple or a family is eligible for this apartment.

THE CLASSIFICATION
The entrance of the apartment is on the first floor. A central hall provides access to all rooms. The living room with semi open kitchen is located at the front of the apartment. The kitchen is equipped with a 4-burner gas stove, an electric oven, an extractor hood and a connection for a washing machine or dishwasher. The spacious bathroom can be reached from the central hall. The bathroom has a double sink and a bath including shower. The balcony can be reached from the bathroom. The balcony over the full width of the apartment measures approximately 5.5 mē and faces east. The two bedrooms are located at the rear of the house and measure approximately 9 mē (2.03 x 4.32 m) and 10 mē (2.27 x 4.38 m). The balcony can also be reached from both bedrooms. The central heating / laundry room can be reached from the larger bedroom (central heating system Intergas year 2007). The separate toilet room is accessible from the hall. The apartment is offered unfurnished including laminate floor, window coverings and lighting.

LOCATION
The property is located in the popular neighborhood Rivierenbuurt (South District) near the shops on the Rijnstraat and Maasstraat. Easily accessible by car via the ring A-10 exit Rai and exit Amstel (S109 and S111) and by public transport. The location is ideal to quickly get to the center or to quickly go outside of Amsterdam. Martin L. King Park is steps away. Parking is still (relatively) easy in this area.

THE MAINTENANCE
It is an apartment renovated in 2007. All walls are neatly plastered and painted. The house has fully double glazing. The whole house has a laminate floor.

PARTICULARITIES
-Not suitable for sharers;
-Deposit of 2 months;
-Rental price is excl. G / W / L;
-Minimum duration of 12 months.
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2021-5-12
Status
available
Accepting (an offer or contract)
Immediately

Construction

Type of house/apartment
Upper-floor apartment
Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction
1934

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
57 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
3
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Kuinderstraat 37 - I 1079DJ Amsterdam

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