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Lange Distelstraat 27 1031XE Amsterdam

Year of construction
1930
Floor space
50 m²
Number of rooms
3

Description

Take the ferry behind Central Station to Amsterdam North, turn left at the Eye Film museum and Adam tower and bike for 10 minutes- you’ll find yourself suddenly in a different world.

This is Disteldorp, near Amsterdam Central Station and the waters of the Y, yet in a quiet (almost pedestrian) area with lots of green. The nearby Overhoeks area is currently under development, as is the nearby van der Pekbuurt. The whole neighborhood will benefit from this in the near future. The beautiful but quiet Noorderpark around the corner and the Tolhuistuin, this is an interesting and upcoming area.

Disteldorp was built in 1918 as the first developments in Amsterdam North started. The village has been built according to the garden city principle, all residents have their own small cottage with a garden. In 2003 the whole village was completely renovated. The cottages are restored to its former glory and the village as a whole got a monumental status.

Lay Out:
Small garden in the front, entrance on the side, hall,toilet, living room in the front and open kitchen (2018) in the back. Storage room. Back door opens to the garden. On the first floor two bedrooms front and back. Bathroom with shower. The low loft can also be used as storage.

Rental price €1450 excl g/w/l/i
Deposit €2900
Rental period minimum 1 year
Two bedrooms
Unfurnished
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2020-8-10
Status
rented
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement

Construction

Type of house/apartment
ground-floor + upper-floor apartment
Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction
1930

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
50 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
3
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More information

MVA neighbourhood information: Volewijck

Neighbourhood the Bloemenbuurt dates from the 1920s and has a characteristic village feeling. Combined with the Van Der Pek Buurt this area is called Volewijck.

Lange Distelstraat 27 1031XE Amsterdam

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