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Rombout Hogerbeetsstraat 16 II 1052XB Amsterdam

Rental price € 1.500 per month

Year of construction
Floor space
43 m²
Number of rooms


Well maintained 3-room apartment of approximately 43 m2 in the popular Frederik Hendrikbuurt.
This well maintained and easily divided apartment is centrally located in the attractive Frederik Hendrikbuurt with the historic Jordaan and Amsterdam canals within walking distance.

Through entrance on the second floor you come in to the living room. At the front of the house is the sunny living room which has an open kitchen. Through the living room there is access to a bedroom at the back of the house. This spacious bedroom also gives access to the balcony. There is a second bedroom also located at the rear.
The bathroom consists of a sink and shower. The toilet is separate. In the living room, bedrooms and hallway there a beautiful oak wooden floor.

The Frederik Hendrikbuurt is strategically located in the west of Amsterdam within walking distance of the Jordaan, with every Saturday morning the market only 20 minutes walking distance and many restaurants and cafes. Nearby are shops and supermarkets. There is a direct bus to the central station and a tram to the Rozengracht and Leidseplein.
All these characteristics make this neighbourhood extremely popular, not only among starters, but also among those who want to move on.

- Very bright apartment
- Two bedrooms
- Cozy balcony (west) and french balcony in the front
- Double glazed
- 10,- per month maintenance cost
- Gas/water/electricity for own account
- Rent 1500,- per month
- Energy label A
- Deposit three months rent
- Delivery is possible soon

This information has been compiled by us with the necessary care. On our part, however, no liability is accepted for any incompleteness, inaccuracy or otherwise, or its consequences. All sizes and dimensions are indicative. Applicable are the terms of the NVM.
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Service costs
€   10 p/m
Entry date
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement


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

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
43 m²


Total number of rooms
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MVA neighbourhood information: Frederik Hendrikbuurt

The Frederik Hendrikbuurt was built in the 19th century and lies between the Singelgracht and the Kostverlorenvaart. The inhabitants like this area of Amsterdam because of all the facilities it has to offer. On of those facilities is the Molen de Otter is a beautiful piece of historic heritage which is sustained by the perseverance of local inhabitants. The shopping area of this neighbourhood is called Hugo de Grootbuurt, there is a plaza with hospitality and many specialized shops. The inhabitants are diverse in terms of ethics as well as their income.

Rombout Hogerbeetsstraat 16 II 1052XB Amsterdam

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