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Nageljongenstraat 3 1033PA Amsterdam

Rental price € 1.350 per month

Year of construction
Floor space
48 m²
Number of rooms



This lovely, UNFURNISHED 1 bedroom apartment with balcony is located in Amsterdam North, close to the lively NDSM-area.

The apartment is located on the 1st floor of the apartment building and can be reached via stairs. You enter the apartment into a hallway which gives access to all the rooms of the apartment.
Bright living room, due to the windows on both sides. The open plan kitchen is equipped with a separate fridge/freezer, oven and gas cooker with fan. The cozy bedroom gives access to the North-West facing balcony. In both the bedroom and storage in the apartment you will find good sized wardrobes. Bathroom with spacious shower, sink with cabinet, toilet and the washing machine connection is also located here.

Throughout the entire apartment a beautiful laminate floor has been installed. On the ground floor there’s an extra separate storage.

Located in Amsterdam North close to the former shipyard, NDSM-area, that in recent years has been transformed into one of the most popular areas to live. It has become a cultural hotspot with restaurants, a city beach and lots of summer- and winter events.
The ferry and metro to central station are close by, also, a busstop is around the corner of the apartment.
Parking is free in this area.

- Rental price 1.350,- excl. per month
- 2 months deposit
- Available per October 18th for a minimum rental period of 12 months (lease type A)
- Living area approx. 48 m2 (not measured according to NEN2580)
- 1 bedroom
- Unfurnished
- Energy label B
- Balcony with green view
- Free parking
- Separate storage
- Pets in consultation (no dogs) / no smoking

**This property is listed by JLG Real Estate a MVA Certified Expat Broker**
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Type of house/apartment
Upper-floor apartment
Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction

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Floor space
48 m²


Total number of rooms
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