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Van Breestraat 73 III 1071ZH Amsterdam

Rental price € 1.900 per month

Year of construction
Floor space
64 m²
Number of rooms


Recently renovated to a fantastic standard, this three-room apartment boasts 64 m² of floor space in a central, much sought-after location in the Amsterdam Oud-Zuid neighbourhood!


Historisch monumentaal pand met gemeenschappelijke verzorgde gerestaureerde entree, eigen toegang op de tweede verdieping. Trap naar de derde verdieping. Vanaf de overloop heeft u toegang naar alle vertrekken. Aan de achterzijde de lichte ruime living met moderne open keuken voorzien van Siemens inbouwapparatuur en veel kastruimte. Op de overloop een aparte waskast waar de wasmachine en droger zijn gesitueerd en daarnaast de riante Carrara marmeren badkamer voorzien van wastafel, inloopdouche en toilet. Aan de voorzijde van het appartement bevinden zich twee goed bemeten slaapkamers.
Het gehele appartement is onlangs compleet gerenoveerd en voorzien van messing design verlichting en fraaie eikenhouten Hongaarse punt vloer. Kortom een zeer complete gestoffeerde woonruimte op een toplocatie.

Historical, listed building with a well-maintained, renovated communal entrance. The entrance to the apartment on the second floor leads into the hallway on the third floor. Access to the light and spacious living room, with a modern open-plan kitchen featuring Siemens fitted appliances and plenty of cupboard space. In the hallway a separate closet with built-in washer and dryer and entrance to the Carrara marble bathroom with a walk-in shower, washbasin and toilet. At the front of the apartment there are two bedrooms situated.
The entire apartment was recently renovated. Brass designer lighting and beautiful Hungarian point oak parquet flooring have been fitted throughout. All in all, a well-finished, semi-furnished apartment in a top location.

The apartment is on Van Breestraat, a quiet street in the heart of the Amsterdam Oud-Zuid neighbourhood, between Willemsparkweg and Valeriusstraat, and a two-minute walk from Vondelpark. Bursting with friendly bars and restaurants, the neighbourhood is a stone’s throw away from Museumplein square, P.C. Hooftstraat, Van Baerlestraat and, of course, Vondelpark and Cornelis Schuytstraat with its great shops and restaurants. Station Zuid, various public transport connections and several arterial roads are all close by. What’s more, you can walk to various museums (including Rijksmuseum, Stedelijk Museum and Van Gogh Museum) in less than five minutes.

- Recently renovated apartment, in an excellent condition
- Highly suitable for a couple or an expat
- Semi-furnished
- Fitted washer/dryer
- Maximum rental period: 2 years
- Two months’ rent as a deposit
- Available for immediate occupation
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Entry date
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement


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

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
64 m²


Total number of rooms
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Van Breestraat 73 III 1071ZH Amsterdam

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