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Marnixstraat 285 F 1015WL Amsterdam

Rental price € 2.250 per month

Year of construction
Floor space
99 m²
Number of rooms


Great penthouse of 99 m˛ with 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms located on the top floor of a beautifully renovated building. Characterized by the high-quality finish, beautiful lighting plan, beautiful wooden floor, high ceilings and luxurious open kitchen.

Communal entrance, very neat and tidy staircase. Front door on the second floor, private staircase to the third floor (also top) to the apartment. Entry into the hall. From here you have access to the separate toilet, a storage room with connection for the washer / dryer, living room and the first bedroom with bathroom with walk-in shower and sink. The gigantic living room has high ceilings, beams and many windows, allowing a lot of light to enter the apartment. The open kitchen with cooking island is equipped with a double fridge / freezer, electric hob with built-in extractor, dishwasher, combi oven / microwave and plenty of cupboard space. At the rear are two more bedrooms, from the larger room you have access to the second bathroom with walk-in shower, toilet and sink.

Located on the most beautiful part of the Marnixstraat, almost on the corner with the Bloemgracht. Near the Noordermarkt, Rozengracht and Westerstraat with countless amenities within easy reach and a stone's throw from the cozy 9 Streets.

* Rental price € 2,250 excluding gas / water / electricity / TV / WIFI;
* Parking via permit system Municipality of Amsterdam;
* Two month deposit;
* Available from June 1, 2021 (possibly earlier in consultation);
* Subject to owner's approval.
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