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Saenredamstraat 68 - III+IV 1072CJ Amsterdam

Rental price excluding € 1.650 per month

Year of construction
Floor space
65 m²
Number of rooms


Saenredamstraat 68-B 1072LM Amsterdam

Living in the vibrant Amsterdam !! Right in the cozy district De Pijp. With around the corner the Albert Cuyp market, the Sarphatipark, many cozy restaurants and cafes .. too many to mention. On the ground floor there is a restaurant where you can enjoy a delicious breakfast, lunch or dinner!
It is not at the location !!

The apartment is part of a renovation project; Saenredamstraat 68 and Ferdinand Bolstraat 60. Check also the other rental properties at this address !!
Really everything has been renewed in 2018! There is a high-quality finish. Good insulation, luxury kitchens and bathrooms. Entirely to the wishes and requirements of modern times. Staircases are nicely upholstered and equipped with an intercom.

This 2-room apartment of approx. 65 m2 is located on the third and fourth floor and has a playful, surprising layout! House has a beautiful wooden (white wash) floor and various kitchen appliances.
Layout 3rd floor; living room with luxurious open kitchen (with built-in appliances), internal staircase to 4th floor, one spacious bedroom (with the possibility to easily make two bedrooms), separate toilet with sink, bathroom with a sink, a walk-in shower and a bathtub, cv cupboard with washing machine and dryer connection.

Lovely new and fresh apartment located on a TOP location.
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65 m²
170 m³


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MVA neighbourhood information: Oude Pijp

De Pijp is vibrant and very much on its way up. As can be expected of an area that is centred on the nation’s most famous outdoor market Albert Cuypmarkt, this Amsterdam neighbourhood is famously diverse with over 150 nationalities represented. By the time the NZ-lijn underground metro is finished, De Pijp’s gentrification process should be complete with the always strong student population giving way to yet more families of young creatives and professionals. Albert Cuypmarkt Yes indeed: the Albert Cuypmarkt is not only the ‘kitchen of Amsterdam’ but also the place to witness the city in action. There are also many hidden treats to be discovered: innovative buildings built on the principles of Theosophy.

Saenredamstraat 68 - III+IV 1072CJ Amsterdam

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