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Sarphatistraat 24 F 1018GK Amsterdam

Year of construction
Floor space
75 m²
Number of rooms


PETIT AMSTEL: Exclusive rental homes in Amsterdam's city center.
These completely renovated (2020), well-insulated apartments have the feel of living in a luxury boutique hotel. Quality was the main focus throughout the development, resulting in apartments featuring premium materials and high-end fitted appliances. A ‘must see’ if you're looking to rent a property in downtown Amsterdam.

Petit Amstel, the name for this extraordinary location, is situated on Sarphatistraat 24 and is comprised of a total of 8 luxury apartments on a total of four levels, ranging in size from approximately 60sqm and 143 sqm. The apartments have 2 or 3 bedrooms, 1 or 2 bathrooms and each has a distinct personality.

The communal front door on the raised ground-floor level leads to the elegant entrance. There are two ground-floor apartments. The elevator or stairs lead to the apartments on the first, second and third floors. All apartments have at least 2 bedrooms, a laundry room with a Miele washer and dryer and a contemporary kitchen with Siemens appliances and a Bora induction cooker. The ground-floor/basement apartments feature a chef's island and are fitted with a wine climatizer. These apartments have 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and a garden.

All apartments offer premium quality, is sustainable and features elegant finishes with oak herringbone flooring, exquisite wall finishes and custom wardrobes/cabinets. The apartments are fully insulated, fitted with high-speed internet, double glazing, are gas-free, feature underfloor heating and a heat recovery system.

The apartments are available as fully furnished or as carpeted rentals, any changes to the furnishings, such as turning a guest room into a home office, can be made in consulation with the landlord.

Petit Amstel is the residential building if luxury and comfort are what you're looking for. The entire building has been fully renovated, incorporating sustainable, premium materials. Interior architect Roelfien Vos found inspiration in the neo-classic style of the building and breathed new life into its original grandeur.

At the heart of the inner city, nearby monumental Hogesluis bridge and Amstel Hotel, this is Amsterdam's most vibrant area. Simply cross the bridge and immerse yourself in the design walhalla of the city: from fashion, interior design to lifestyle hotspots: Utrechtsestraat gas it all. Or sit back on a waterfront terrace by Amstel river. The area surrounding Oosterpark, Linnaeusstraat and Beukenplein is also home to countless good restaurants, cafes and coffee bars. A wide selection of cultural venues is also within walking distance of the property: from theaters including Carré, to cinemas and museums, such as Hermitage.

Petit Amstel is situated immediately next to metro station Weesperplein, from where the metro will take you to Amsterdam Central Station, Station Amsterdam Zuid and Amstel station within minutes. The A10 beltway van be accessed via Sarphatistraat, exit S112.

Parking is available upon request in the nearby parking garage on Huddenkade for €200 a month.

All specifications of this apartment;
- Available August 1st;
- Situated on the second floor;
- 2 bedrooms;
- Furnished;
- Luxury bathroom;
- Spacious rear balcony;
- Elevator access;

"This information was drafted with due care. However, we are not liable for any unintended omission, inaccuracy or otherwise, nor any consequences related thereto. All given measurements and dimensions are indicative only. The general terms and conditions of the NVM apply."
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Service costs
€   330 p/m
Entry date
let conditionally
Accepting (an offer or contract)
by date


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

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
75 m²


Total number of rooms
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Sarphatistraat 24 F 1018GK Amsterdam

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