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Minervaplein 27 I 1077TK Amsterdam

Year of construction
Floor space
115 m²
Number of rooms


A light and spacious apartment (approx. 115 mē) with three bedrooms and a balcony in a unique location in Amsterdam-Zuid is available for rent immediately. The apartment is well maintained, has a large storage room in the basement and is located in a stately complex with elevator.

The apartment is around the corner from the Beethovenstraat and is conveniently located to the various public transport facilities (including the Zuid WTC station). Beatrixpark, Vondelpark, Museumplein, and De Pijp are all within walking distance. There are numerous renowned clothing stores, as well as various delicatessens, supermarkets and restaurants in Beethovenstraat. Within minutes you are on the A10 by car.


Ground floor:
Stately entrance. Stairwell and elevator.

First floor:
Entrance hallway connects all the rooms. The bright living room is located at the front, has a cozy gas fireplace and four large windows with a wide view over the Minervaplein. The kitchen is located at the rear and is equipped with all necessary appliances such as a 4-burner gas stove, dishwasher, microwave oven, fridge and freezer. The two large bedrooms are also located at the rear and have access to the full length balcony. The third bedroom is located at the front.

The large storage roomin the basement of the complex is very useful.

- Area approx. 115 mē
- Three bedrooms
- Large balcony of 11 mē
- Storage in the basement of approx. 5 mē
- Curtains/washing machine/dryer provided
- Beautiful wooden herringbone floor to all area apart from master bedroom
- Video intercom
- Complex is equipped with a lift
- Block heating
- Excluding monthly contribution of € 135, - for block heating
-Two months deposit
- Parking via permit system, 2 licenses available immediately
- Available immediately
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Service costs
€   135 p/m
Entry date
let conditionally
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement


Type of house/apartment
Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
115 m²


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