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Tretjakovlaan 6 1064PR Amsterdam

Rental price € 1.500 per month

Year of construction
Floor space
88 m²
Number of rooms


The apartment is located in the popular Oostoever neighbourhood, in the heart of the Westelijke Tuinsteden district and near the Sloterplas lake, which is surrounded by a large recreational area, the Sloterpark. This low-traffic residential area, with lots of room to play for children, was realised on an island during the 1990s. It’s a neighbourhood where urban living combines with a ‘rural’ atmosphere thanks to the many green areas and the huge diversity in birdlife. The whole area is part of the ecological network De Groene AS. There are plenty of recreational facilities such as the Sloterstrand, the largest city beach of Amsterdam (within walking distance) with clean and safe swimming water. The Sloterplas also offers various water sports options such as sailing, canoeing, angling, and diving. With a small boat, you can even reach several of the Amsterdam canals. If you fancy going out for lunch or dinner, there are several restaurants situated around the lake, such as Hotel Buiten. The Sloterpark is great for running and there is the Sloterparkbad with a public swimming pool (50-meter pool) and a gym. You can play tennis at the Sloterpark tennis courts and the Rembrandtpark and Vondelpark are near enough for long walks.

Culture lovers will enjoy the nearby Van Eesteren Museum. The surrounding area offers all the amenities you need, such as (primary) schools, sports clubs, various shopping centres and a great street market, the Siermarkt, which was named the Best Market in the Netherlands in 2015. You will feel the village vibe at a stone's throw from the city centre; the Mercatorplein with its many sociable terraces is just 5 minutes cycling, cultural hotspot De Hallen 10 minutes, and the Leidseplein just 15 minutes. The North/South line from Station Zuid offers a fast connection to Amsterdam Central Station, neighbourhood De Pijp, and Amsterdam-Noord. The apartment is easy to reach by car via the A10 Ring and the S105 arterial road, as well as by public transport, with express tram line 50 at metro station Postjesweg (within walking distance), bus line 18, and railway station Lelylaan where you can get a direct train to Schiphol Airport.

By elevator to the apartment which has 2 good size bedrooms, modern kitchen and bathroom and spacious balcony,


- 2 bedrooms
- Modern furniture
- Long term lease
- Owners consent

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

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Floor space
88 m²


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