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Trouringhstraat 26 III 1055HB Amsterdam

Rental price € 1.595 per month

Year of construction
1931-1944
Floor space
67 m²
Number of rooms
3

Description

Now for rent this lovely, bright and conveniently located 2 bedroom appartment with 2 balconies and a roof terrace.

"This property is listed by a MVA Certified Expat Broker".

This nice house is well maintained and the large windows provide lovely light.
The two bedrooms are equivalent to each other and both have a spacious size.
Because of the balconies it is possible to enjoy the sun in the morning as well as in the afternoon.
The location is near the Bos en Lommerplein where you will find all amenities such as public transport, shops, restaurants and cafes.

Layout:
Entrance/hallway with access to all rooms of the appartment. The spacious and bright living room with open kitchen is located on the street side. The appartment has a light wooden floor.
The open kitchen is equipped with hob, microwave, oven, fridge, freezer and dishwasher.
The nice bathroom has a bath, shower and a sink. The toilet is separately available.
The bedrooms are on the garden side, one of which has access to the balcony.
From the hallway the multifunctional room on the mezzanine floor can also be reached. A somewhat smaller staircase gives you access to this space of approx. 5m2, with a limited height of 1.76 meters. From here you have access to the sunny roof terrace.

Special features:
- Usage area living 67 m2;
- Lovely light and well laid out apartment;
- Two spacious bedrooms, one adjacent to a balcony;
- Spacious bathroom with bath and shower;
- Maximum use of the sun: Two balconies and a roof terrace of 25 m2;
- A storage room on the ground floor with private entrance;
- No waiting time for parking permit;
- Rental price € 1.595,- per month excl G/W/L
- Deposit is 2 months rent;
- Delivery can be done quickly.

This information has been compiled by us with the necessary care. However, we do not accept any liability for any incompleteness, inaccuracy or otherwise,
or the consequences thereof. All stated sizes and surfaces are indicative. The NVM conditions apply.
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2021-2-4
Status
available
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement

Construction

Type of house/apartment
Upper-floor apartment
Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction
1931-1944

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
67 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
3
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More information

MVA neighbourhood information: Landlust

Landlust is the area between the Jan van Galenstraat, Westelijk Marktkanaal, Haarlemmerweg, Bos en Lommerweg and the Admiraal the Ruijterweg. Landlust is a residential area with wide stretches of residential and community gardens. The Jan van Galenstraat is the shopping street of this area with a diverse range of shops. Famous shops such as Cartier can be found within this street but also small specialized shops such as ‘’De Kweker’’ are welcome. This mix of shops make this area very interesting for a broad public and attracts many people.

Trouringhstraat 26 III 1055HB Amsterdam

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