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Prinsengracht 496 2 1017KH Amsterdam

Rental price € 1.675 per month

Year of construction
-1906
Floor space
50 m²
Number of rooms
2

Description

Luxury apartment for rent: this is a smart unfurnished rental property in Amsterdam centre close to all shops, restaurants and attractions.

- generous living and dining areas with large windows overlooking the canal side
- half open kitchen fully equipped with all built-in appliances
- 1 generous bedroom
- clean modern bathroom containing bathtub as well as wash basin
- french balcony
- apartment is offered unfurnished
- total living space 50 m2

Location: Amsterdam Centre / Canal Area

Forming a horseshoe around the Old Centre, the Canal Ring is made up of the city’s original moat, the Singel, and the Herengracht, Keizersgracht and Prinsengracht. It begins its loop west of Centraal Station along Brouwersgracht, until it meets the River Amstel. In a way, the Canal Ring forms a crossover from the more bustling Centre to the gentler outer neighbourhoods of Jordaan, Museum District, Plantage and De Pijp.
The small streets crossing the canals are known for their excellent one of a kind shops. Adjoining area’s hold shops for all tastes and flavours. The main attraction remains the extensive amount and variety of museums.

Conditions:

Alongside the rent is payable € 200 advance payment for gas water and electricity
Tenancy agreements subject to owner’s consent
Measurements not conform NEN 2580

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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2021-9-9
Status
available
Accepting (an offer or contract)
by date

Construction

Type of house/apartment
mezzanine
Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction
-1906

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
50 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
2
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More information

MVA neighbourhood information: De Weteringschans

This area is known as the quiet part of Amsterdam Centrum. Amsterdam East is an environmentally friendly area with canals and important cultural buildings. These characteristics make this part of Amsterdam ideal as a residential area. Unlike downtown this area consists of many young couples who are starting with their careers. East and the eastern islands and the old harbor-area is still relatively vacant, but that will change in the upcoming years with the Weesper- and Plantagebuurt still in development.

Prinsengracht 496 2 1017KH Amsterdam

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Amsterdam is the largest Dutch city, the capital of the Netherlands, and the nation's financial, business, cultural and commercial capital as well. Since its founding in the 12th century, Amsterdam has evolved from a small fishing village into one of the most important ports in the world during the Dutch Golden Age. Museums like the Rijksmuseum, the Van Gogh and the Stedelijk also give Amsterdam serious cultural credibility. Amsterdam's compact size, cycling lifestyle, diverse population (more than 170 nationalities), English-speaking natives, abundance of green space, reliable public transportation system and central location within Europe mean it's not only a great place to visit, but also a great place to live.

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