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Theseusstraat 7 B 1076XK Amsterdam

Year of construction
Floor space
42 m²
Number of rooms



In the South area we offer this cosy, completely renovated, UNFURNISHED 1 bedroom apartment of 42 m2 situated between the Olympiakade and the Olympiaweg. The Theseusstraat is a very small, quiet and one way street in a very safe area.

The apartment has a very nice living room/open kitchen at the back side with a balcony attached with morning sun. The kitchen is equipped with fridge, freezer, gas stove, oven and dishwasher. The bathroom is spacious and bright with a large shower, sink, toilet and space for a washing machine/dryer. The spacious bedroom is situated at the front and has enough space for a double bed, cupboards and a desk. There is also a private storage on the top floor of the building.

There are all sorts of restaurants around the corner such as café Kiebert and Marathonweg on the Marathonweg with large terraces where the sun shines all day. On the Marathonweg are also many diverse stores for your daily groceries.
The apartment is easily to reach by car via the ringroad A-10 and with public transport. A parking permit is directly available. ( check Municipality)

- Living area approx 42 sqm ( not NEN 2580 measured)
- Unfurnished
- Wooden floors
- Rental price € 1.450,- excl per month
- Features a sunny balcony
- Available by the 13th of April, for a minimum of 12 months
- 1 bedroom
- Great area
- Bright
- Storage available
- Parking permit directly
- 2 months deposit

**This Property is listed by JLG Real Estate a MVA Certified Expat Broker**
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Upper-floor apartment
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42 m²


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