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Silodam 208 +pp 1013AS Amsterdam

Rental price € 2.100 per month

Year of construction
Floor space
85 m²
Number of rooms



High-quality finished 3-room apartment (unfurnished) with 2 bathrooms and spectacular views over the IJ, the Houthavens and the city, located in the old monumental grain silo. The building has an elevator and separate storage room. There is also a possibility to rent 2 parking spaces.

The tasteful communal entrance gives access to the stairwell and the elevator. Entrance to the house. Hall with access to all rooms. Spacious living room with modern open kitchen with all built in appliances. Part of the living room can be screened off by means of a steel facade for use as an office or second bedroom. The master bedroom has a view over the water. Two bathrooms, 1 with a bath with shower, washbasin and design radiator. The second bathroom has a walk-in shower and sink. Separate toilet with washbasin and cupboard with connection for washing machine and dryer.

Downstairs in the building is the separate storage room, easy to reach with your bike.

Optional 2 parking spaces for rent at 275 each.

A three hundred meter long breakwater between the IJ and the Oude Houthavens, a stone's throw from the Jordaan and the Prinseneiland. The neighbourhood/environment is creative, inspiring and very central, but at the same time quietly located on the dead-end Silodam. Within walking or cycling distance are all conceivable facilities and eye-catchers such as Central Station, the Stenen Hoofd, the Adam Tower, the center, the fantastic shops on the Haarlemmerdijk and Haarlemmerstraat, the Westerpark and the ferry around the corner to the hip and trendy NDSM wharf on the other side of the IJ. The A-10 ring road and the roads are also quickly and easily accessible.

The rent is excluding g/w/e, TV/int and local taxes.
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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
85 m²


Total number of rooms
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MVA neighbourhood information: Houthavens

Houthavens is the area where cargo-vessels from all over the world used to unload their timber. Nowadays this area is becoming an appealing island neighbourhood where people can live near water. The Houthaven is located at the northern part of the Spaardammerbuurt. The Houthaven is transformed from business area to a special residential area on seven green islands at the IJ. This area is part of the intentions of the community to change the IJ-shores from industry to residential area.

Silodam 208 +pp 1013AS Amsterdam

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