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Okeghemstraat 37 - 1 1075PL Amsterdam

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109 m²
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Light and bright semi-furnished 3 bedroom apartment of approx. 109 m2 with a balcony.

Okeghemstraat is a green and lush street located in the popular residential area Amsterdam-Old South.
High-end shopping, trendy bars and restaurants are on walking distance of the apartment.
The Vondelpark and Museum-District are situated in the near vicinity.
All the Amsterdam cultural pleasures can be found on walking distance of the property.

The location is easily accessible by public transport as well as by car.
The apartment is only a short drive away from high-way A-10 and on a short walk from various public transport connections.

Lay out of the apartment:
Private entrance, hallway.
Spacious living room and dining room en suite with access to the balcony facing east.
Fully equipped modern and open kitchen.
Large master bedroom with access to the balcony.
Second bedroom and small guest/study room.
Bathroom with bathtub, separate shower and wash-basin.
The spacious hallway provides access to the guest toilet, the laundry room, and storage closet.
Hard wooden oak floors throughout the apartment.

Semi-furnished apartment available per December 2020

Preferably for rent for expats, with owner's prior consent.
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388 m³


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Okeghemstraat 37 - 1 1075PL Amsterdam

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