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Van Eeghenstraat 44 II 1071GJ Amsterdam

Rental price € 2.100 per month

Year of construction
Floor space
67 m²
Number of rooms


High-quality newly renovated 3-room apartment of approximately 67 mē with two French balconies facing the south. Around the corner from the Vondelpark, this house is perfectly located in the beautiful Museum Quarter.

At the request of the landlord, it is not possible to rent this property to divisors. Divisors means students or friends who rent the property jointly. Also, the cohabitation of two or more (highly skilled) colleagues is not possible. A set, a couple or a family will be eligible for this property.

Through the communal stairwell, you will reach the private entrance of the apartment on the second floor. You will reach the hall of the apartment on the third floor via the private staircase. The spacious hall gives access to all the rooms of the apartment. At the front, you will find the living room with a luxurious open kitchen. The handleless kitchen is equipped with a 4-burner induction cooktop with a built-in extractor, a fridge, a freezer, a dishwasher, a combi oven/microwave, and a natural stone worktop. All kitchen appliances are from AEG. The spacious bathroom is centrally located. The bathroom has a bath, walk-in shower, double sink with storage drawers, bathroom mirror and a design radiator. The toilet is in a separate room. Through the living room/kitchen you reach the separate laundry room with a connection for a washing machine. The two bedrooms are located at the rear of the apartment. The first bedroom measures approx. 12.4 mē (3.18 m x 3.88 m) and the second bedroom approx. 7.5 mē (3.63 m x 2.06 m). Through both bedrooms, you have access to a spacious balcony facing north of approx. 8 mē.

The apartment is located in the middle of the Museum Quarter. The house is next to the Vondelpark, in the immediate vicinity of the Museumplein and various luxury shopping streets (including Cornelis Schuytstraat, P.C. Hooftstraat, and Van Baerlestraat). Culturally you are also in a top location with the Concertgebouw around the corner, just like the internationally known museums: The Rijks-, Het Stedelijk- and Van Gogh Museum. For daily groceries, you can go to the Albert Hein on the Museumplein or Marqt on Overtoom. The apartment is easily accessible by public transport (trams and buses) and by car you can reach the ring road A-10, A-2, A-4, and Schiphol Airport via the various arterial roads.

It is a completely new renovated apartment (renovation year 2019/20). All walls are neatly plastered and finished, the kitchen, sanitary and electricity have been completely renovated and the house has a beautiful herringbone parquet floor. The entire apartment is equipped with double glazing and the apartment (underfloor heating) and the water are heated by a heat exchanger. Finally, the apartment is equipped with under- and curtains, blinds, and spotlights.

-Not for sharing;
-Rental price is excl. G/W/L;
-2 months deposit;
-Minimum rental term of 12 months.

Pay attention! We urge you to observe the following precautions during the viewing!

1) We don't shake hands;
2) Keep a minimum distance of 1.5 meters (two arm lengths) from each other;
3) We receive a maximum of 3 people in the property at the same time;
4) Be on time and contact us if you are late;
5) Do not touch anything during your visit;
6) Stay at home and cancel the viewing if you have a cold, runny nose, sneezing, sore throat, mild cough, or fever.
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Floor space
67 m²


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