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Olympiaplein 101 - III 1077CT Amsterdam

Year of construction
1906-1930
Floor space
110 m²
Number of rooms
4

Description

LOOKING FOR AN APARTMENT WHERE LIVING AND WORKING AT HOME CAN BE COMBINED ?!

Very nice, spacious (110 m2) 4-room apartment with a marvelous view over the Olympiaplein!
The apartement is completely re-painted, has a nice wooden floor and a sunny balcony at the back. The apartment is located on the third floor so there is a lot of light! Toplocation near the Beethovenstraat, the A10 ring and the tram stops. Parking is possible with a license on the street. Ideal for a couple or a small family.

Lay-out; halway, large living with en suite doors, a fireplace and entrance to the balcony, separte oak wood kitchen, fully equipped, one large bedroom at the back, modern bathroom with shower, jacquizi bathtub and sink, second large bedroom at the front with build-in cupboards with washer and dryer, third room (walk-in closet).
A very nice apartment with a lot of light and space. Ideal for a couple or a small family.


NOT SUITABLE FOR STUDENTS / SHARES!

Particularities:
- Block heating: Service costs; advance heating costs and water approx. Euro 175 per month (depending on family composition)
- Rent euro 1750, - excluding user charges, excluding service costs.
- Deposit Euro 3500, -
- Upholstered
- Fireplace.
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Features

Transfer

Service costs
€   175 p/m
Entry date
2021-1-6
Status
under option
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement

Construction

Type of house/apartment
Upper-floor apartment
Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction
1906-1930

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
110 m²
Volume
310 m³

Layout

Total number of rooms
4
Number of bedrooms
3
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Olympiaplein 101 - III 1077CT Amsterdam

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