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Van Oldenbarneveldtplein 8 5 1052JM Amsterdam

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Floor space
70 m²
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Renovated fully furnished two bedroom apartment (70m2) including wooden flooring, kitchen with built-in utilities and large bathroom at a quiet location.

This well renovated (2017) apartment is situated on walking distance of the lively and famous Jordaan area where the best bars, restaurants and shops of Amsterdam can be found. The accessibility is ideal, public transport (tram 3 and 5) connections are just around the corner and the ring road A10 is a few minutes by car.

Lay-out: stairs to fourth floor, entrance, hall, stairs to fifth floor living including semi open kitchen (combi oven, dish washer, fridge, induction stove), storage/laundry, toilet, bathroom with double sink and shower, master bedroom, study 2nd bedroom.

Comfortable, modern and luxurious apartment in Oud-West with a practical and pleasant lay out.

- 70m2 (not measured according to NEN 2580 guidelines)
- Available by the 1st of August 2021, for a minimum of 12 months ( lease A)
- Rental Price 1.750,- excl per month
- Not for sharing
- Master bedroom & study/ 2nd bedroom
- Completely renovated (2017/ 2018)
- Well insulated & nicely furnished
- Large open kitchen including all appliances
- Wooden flooring
- Bathroom including shower, double basin
- Separate toilet
- Top-floor, no neighbors above
- Washing machine & dryer included
- Oud-West bordering City Center.
- 2 months deposit
- Bright
- No pets

**This Property is listed by JLG Real Estate a MVA Certified Expat Broker**
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Van Oldenbarneveldtplein 8 5 1052JM Amsterdam

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