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Nicolaas Maesstraat 75 - B 1071PS Amsterdam

Year of construction
Floor space
80 m²
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Always wanted to live in a completely renovated and luxury furnished 2-bedroom apartment on a prime location in the Museum quarter in the Old-South area, this is your chance!

The apartment is located in a renovated building, therefore you will also have a well maintained staircase that brings you to the apartment located on the second floor. When you enter the apartment you will immediately see how beautiful this apartment is, with its high ceilings and wooden floor. The open and brand new kitchen with built-in appliances from Bosch and a water tab from Floww which provides instant boiling water and also filters the water. The livingroom is at the front of the apartment with double doors which gives access to the balcony facing the street. The master bedroom is located at the back and is provided with large windows and a French balcony. Connected to the master bedroom is the bathroom located. The spacious bathroom is provided with a large bathtub, separate shower, toilet and a sink. The second bedroom is located at the front of the apartment and now used as a study/wardrobe. Separate second toilet.

The apartment is provided with tastful, luxurious and modern furniture from brands such as Vitra, COR, Spectrum, and tailored curtains in every room.

Location wise it's superb, in the middle of the Museum quarter, in the Old-South area. Close to the Van Baerlestraat, Museumsquare, the exclusive shops at the Cornelis Schuytstraat, the PC Hooftstraat and therefore also close to several nice restaurants and cafés. Public transportation is around the corner with several tram/buslines.

The apartment is avaialble from the beginning of August.

Rental price € 2.500,- excl. g/w/e/internet and tv
Security deposit 3 months rent
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Type of house/apartment
Upper-floor apartment
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Existing property
Year of construction

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Floor space
80 m²


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Nicolaas Maesstraat 75 - B 1071PS Amsterdam

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