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Quellijnstraat 76 II- A 1072XW Amsterdam

Rental price € 1.425 per month

Year of construction
Floor space
42 m²
Number of rooms


Recently refreshed 2-room apartment of approximately 42 m² with a lovely large balcony of approximately 10 m² on the South. The house is offered unfurnished and is located around the corner from the Marie Heinekenplein in the popular neighborhood "de Pijp".

At the request of the landlord, it is not possible to make this property available to sharers. Sharing is understood to mean students and / or friends who rent the house. The cohabitation of two or highly educated working persons is also not possible. A couple, a couple or a family are eligible for this home.

Through the communal staircase you reach a beautiful apartment on the second floor.
You enter a hall which gives access to all rooms. The luxurious bathroom has a washbasin with washbasin furniture, a mirror with built-in lighting and a walk-in shower including hand shower. The (floating) toilet with hand basin is separate and can be reached from the hall. The living room with a modern open kitchen is located at the rear of the apartment. The handleless kitchen is equipped with a 5-burner hob, a dishwasher, a combi oven / microwave, a composite worktop, a stainless steel extractor hood and a refrigerator. Through double doors you enter the spacious sunny balcony of approximately 10 m² on the south. You also have a spacious bedroom of approximately 11 m² which also has access to the spacious balcony.

The house is in a prime location in the popular neighborhood 'de Pijp' in the South District. The house is located on the corner of Marie Heinekenplein. The many restaurants and cafes, diverse range of shops and of course the Albert Cuyp market are all within walking distance. From the Ferdinand Bolstraat there are numerous possibilities to travel by public transport.

It is an apartment completely renovated in 2013 that has recently (2020) been completely refreshed internally. The electricity and central heating system were renewed at the time and all windows are double glazed. The kitchen and bathroom were also completely renovated at the time. The entire apartment has both curtains and curtains and a neat floor.

- Not suitable for sharers;
- Two months deposit;
- Rent is exclusive of G / W / L;
- Minimum rental period is 1 year, no maximum.

Pay attention! We urge you to observe the following precautions during the viewing!

1) We don't shake hands;
2) Keep a distance of at least 1.5 meters (two arm lengths) from each other;
3) We receive a maximum of 3 people in the house at the same time;
4) Arrive on time and contact us if you are late;
5) Do not touch anything during your visit;
6) Stay at home and cancel the viewing if you have a cold, runny nose, sneezing, sore throat, mild cough or elevation.
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Accepting (an offer or contract)


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

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
42 m²


Total number of rooms
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