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Pieter Cornelisz. Hooftstraat 38 C 1071BZ Amsterdam

Rental price € 2.400 per month

Year of construction
Floor space
72 m²
Number of rooms


Renovated unfurnished two bedroom apartment of approx. 72 m˛.

Located in the popular shopping street, PC Hooftstraat you will find this new renovated two bedroom apartment.
In the immediate vicinity, within walking distance are the Museumplein, Concertgebouw, Leidseplein and the Vondelpark. In addition to the wide variety of luxury shops, the P.C. Hooftstraat offers many restaurants and cafés.


This unfurnished apartment is situated on the 2nd floor.

The communal entrance you share with two other apartment. You enter the apartment in the hallway. The kitchen is modern and equipped with new appliances. Large living space is very bright and has large windows in the front.
The two bedrooms are on the backside of the apartment and gives access to a large balcony overlooking the gardens. The bathroom is in between the two bedrooms and equipped with a bathtub and separate shower.
There is a separate toilet in the hallway.


The apartment is very well accessible by car and by public transport. By car you can reach the A10 in 10 minutes to Schiphol, Haarlem, Utrecht or The Hague. Train station Amsterdam Zuid WTC and the Zuid-as business district can be reached within 5 minutes by bicycle.
By public transport, the apartment can be reached by tram 2 , 5 and 12.



- Unique Location
- Renovated
- Two bedrooms
- Balcony

This information has been compiled by us with the necessary care. No liability is accepted for any incompleteness, incorrectness or otherwise, or consequences thereof. All sizes and dimensions are indicative.

Published measurements are not NEN measured.
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Pieter Cornelisz. Hooftstraat 38 C 1071BZ Amsterdam

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