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Nicolaas Maesstraat 67 II 1071PR Amsterdam

Year of construction
Floor space
65 m²
Number of rooms


Spacious 3-room apartment, Amsterdam Old-South, with sunny balcony.

Characteristic apartment of appr. 65mē, located on the 2nd floor, with beautiful ceilings and original en-suite doors.
The apartment includes a dining room with half open kitchen and balcony (southside). Bright living room with a second balcony located at the front side of the property. Bedroom with wardrobe. Bathroom with shower, toilet and sink.

The apartment is situated in the luxurious Amsterdam Old-South district, only a few steps distance from the 'Van Baerlestraat'. Within this area you find shops for your day-to-day groceries, various boutiques and nearby you will also will find the P.C. Hooftstraat, with a large variety of exclusive stores. The "green" Vondelpark, as well as the 'Museumplein' with the 'Concertgebouw', 'Rijksmuseum', 'Van Gogh Museum' and the Conservatorium Hotel are all within walking distance.

Paid parking or through the permit system. According to information on the site of the municipality of Amsterdam, there is a permit waiting time for the area called ‘Zuid 8.1’ as from 12 April 2021. For a final update, please refer to the website of the Municipality of Amsterdam.

The premises is located just a few steps away from public transport and has a good connection to the Ring A10 (S109 and S108). The center of Amsterdam can be reached quickly and easily by bicycle. Schiphol is also very easily accessible by train (from 'Station Zuid', only one stop)

- 1 bedroom with wardrobe;
- 2 balconies;
- Rental price excluding gas, water, electricity, internet/telephone and municipal charges;
- Deposit 2 months rent;
- Tenant does not owe registration fees and/or brokerage fees to our office;
- NO part renting to students/colleagues/friends.
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Floor space
65 m²


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