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Van Eeghenstraat 153 H 1071GB Amsterdam

Rental price € 3.500 per month

Year of construction
Floor space
128 m²
Number of rooms


Fantastic located double ground floor apartment (unfurnished) with 2 bedrooms, balcony and small garden in Amsterdam South, next to the Vondelpark.
This ground floor apartment is part of a stately house located on the quiet side of the trendy shopping street Cornelis Schuyt.

Through the outside small stone staircase you enter the apartment on the 'beletage' (level between ground and first floor). Hallway with separate toilet.
The living room has the original en-suite layout and has a hardwood Jatoba floor. At the rear is the modern open kitchen with coil island and all built-in appliances. Through patio doors from the dining area to the balcony (facing South).
A pleasantly walkable staircase leads you to the souterrain, which is divided as follows:
hallway, closet with C.V. boiler (combi) and connection for washing machine and dryer, separate toilet, storage room, bedroom on the street side. At the rear is the bright master bedroom with practical walk-in closet, modern bathroom with double sink, walk-in shower and bathtub. From the bedroom access to a quiet small garden (facing South) through double French doors.
The ground floor has underfloor heating.

The apartment is located in the heart of Oud-Zuid, on the famous Cornelis Schuytstraat; an area full of beautiful boutiques and good lunchrooms and restaurants. In addition, the apartment is located right next to the Vondelpark and the Museumplein can also be reached within a few minutes' walk. In short: a prime location with all the good things the city has to offer within reach!

The rent is excl. G/w/e, tv/incl and municipal taxes.
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Ground-floor apartment
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Year of construction

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Floor space
128 m²


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Van Eeghenstraat 153 H 1071GB Amsterdam

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