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Rustenburgerstraat 154 A 1073GJ Amsterdam

Rental price € 1.475 per month

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Floor space
47 m²
Number of rooms



In the middle of the popular Pijp area we may offer you this great 2 bedroom apartment with balcony. This apartment is situated on the first floor of one of the characteristic old buildings, located in the quiet Rustenburgerstraat. This fully furnished apartment is supplied with; wooden floors, double glazed windows, modern bathroom, fully equipped open kitchen, 1 double and 1 single bedroom, French balcony at the front and a sunny balcony at the rear.

Communal entrance, well maintained staircase, entrance on the first floor, hallway with wardrobe space, bright living at front with French balcony, fully equipped open kitchen with combi oven, fridge/freezer, dishwasher and gas stove, modern bathroom with shower, bath and sink, master bedroom at the quiet rear with access to the balcony facing NW, second room can be used as a clothing room/home office or (single) guest room

The Pijp area is a lively area with a lot of nice restaurants and nightlife. During the week from Monday till Saturday you will enjoy strolling along the Albert Cuyp market and to get away from all the buzz, you just step out your door to find tranquillity in the Sarphatipark.

This area is served by tram lines: 3, 4, 12 and 24. Metro stop North/South within 5 minutes walking distance.

- Rental price € 1.475 excl. utilities
- Available directly
- Furnished
- Minimum of 12 months ( lease C)
- 47 m2 (not measured according the NEN2580 norm)
- 2 bedrooms ( 1 single)
- Wooden floors
- Balcony and French balcony
- Popular area, close to market
- 2 months deposit
- Close to public transport
- No pets
- No sharing
- Suitable for 1 person

**This Property is listed by JLG Real Estate a MVA Certified Expat Broker**
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