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Minervalaan 83 2 1077NT Amsterdam

Rental price € 2.500 per month

Year of construction
1931
Floor space
132 m²
Number of rooms
5

Description

Central located in Oud-Zuid renovated apartment (+-130m2) on the second floor (with elevator).
The apartment has 3 bedrooms, a large living room and a brand new kitchen.
Located in a quite street, named after the Roman Goddess Minerva (mind), nearby the British School, the Vondelpark and the shopping streets Beethovenstraat and Cornelis Schuytstraat.
Several exit roads to the highway Ring-A10 and the train station Amsterdam-Zuid/WTC.

Lay-out:
Entrance with a door to the spacious hall, which connects to the doors of all the rooms.
Via the hall you enter the brand new kitchen which is fully equipped with a gas cooker, oven, fridge/freeze combination, worktop and a door to the balcony.
In the hall is also a door to the toilet and the bedrooms. At the front are two of the three bedrooms located. The master bedroom is connected to the bathroom which has a shower, a double sink and a towel heater. You can also acces the bathroom via the hall.

Details:
- Washing machine
- Two months deposit
- The maximum rent period is two years
- Maximum of 2 adults; no sharers permit (perfect for a family)
- Advance heating costs are included in the service costs
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Features

Transfer

Service costs
€   260 p/m
Entry date
2021-7-15
Status
available
Accepting (an offer or contract)
Immediately

Construction

Type of house/apartment
Ground-floor apartment
Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction
1931

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
132 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
5
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MVA neighbourhood information: Apollobuurt

Welcome to the Museumkwartier, Apollobuurt and Willemsparkbuurt. This area is bordered by the Vondelpark, Stadhouderskade, Boerenwetering, Zuideramstelkanaal and the Oplympiaplaza. Characteristic for this area is the Museumplein with the Rijksmuseum, Van Gogh museum, the Stedelijk Museum and the Concert Hall as tourist spots. The Museumplein attracts more than 1 million visitors a year, also big events are held at the Museumplein on a regular basis. The residential area mainly consists of big villa’s which in most cases arenīt available for rent. Most houses are in the Amsterdam School style especially the houses at the Minervalaan. Museumquarter is an absolute must for lovers of art, antiques and curiosities: the area has been at the heart of the Dutch art and antiques trade for over 80 years.

Minervalaan 83 2 1077NT Amsterdam

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