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Van Hogendorpstraat 96 BG 1051BT Amsterdam

Rental price € 1.350 per month

Year of construction
Floor space
42 m²
Number of rooms



** 6 MONTHS RENT DISCOUNT OF 75 EURO PER MONTH: during the first 6 months you only pay 1.350 euro rent per month instead of 1.425 euro**

This beautiful 1-bedroom apartment with GARDEN is situated in a lovely quit street, just around the corner of the Westerpark. The apartment was just renovated and has beautiful furniture.

The Van Hogendorpstraat is located in the popular Staatsliedenbuurt. This neighborhood is known for it’s cozy and unique shops and restaurants and of course the park. The Westerpark is famous for it’s cultural events, (food) markets and festivals.

Through the private entrance on ground floor you enter the cozy living room, which is equipped with an open kitchen. The kitchen has all modern equipment build in. The apartment has a very luxurious bathroom with a modern walk-in shower, a sink and a toilet.
The bedroom is situated on the back side of the apartment and gives access to the garden.

- In perfect state of maintenance
- Situated on the ground floor
- Fully furnished
- Approximately 45m2 ( Not NEN 2580n measured)
- Rental price 1.350- excl per month for the first 6 months, after € 1.425,- starting from August 1st 2021
- Large garden
- Available directly for 12-24 months ( lease B)
- Modern bathroom and kitchen
- Close tot he Westerpark
- No pets and no smoking allowed

**This Property is listed by JLG Real Estate a MVA Certified Expat Broker**
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Entry date
Accepting (an offer or contract)


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

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
42 m²


Total number of rooms
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MVA neighbourhood information: Staatsliedenbuurt

The Staatsliedenbuurt used to be a neighbourhood where the working classes of Amsterdam lived but that’s changed. Nowadays many students and creative artist live in this part of Amsterdam. The neighbourhood has a relatively high educational level and there is a strong interest in culture and art. The neighbourhood is renovated with preservation of character which led to a neighbourhood with their inhabitants as their strenght. More than ninety different cultures live in this area of Amsterdam. The ‘Westergasfabriek’ is the neighbourhood’s biggest cultural tourist spot and the pride of the Staatsliedenbuurt.

Van Hogendorpstraat 96 BG 1051BT Amsterdam

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