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Van Oldenbarneveldtstraat 56 T 1052KC Amsterdam

Rental price € 1.700 per month

Year of construction
2006
Floor space
67 m²
Number of rooms
3

Description

Beautiful and bright two-room apartment with roof terrace of approx. 22 m2. Located in apartment complex "HendriXL". The complex was completed in 2006 and has an elevator. It is located in Amsterdam West within walking distance of the Jordaan and the center of Amsterdam. The house is easily accessible by public transport: there are tram stops on Frederik Hendrikstraat and Tweede Hugo de Grootstraat.

LAYOUT
fourth floor; accessible by elevator, entrance, hall, living room with tiled floor with underfloor heating, dining room, modern open kitchen with combi oven, refrigerator and induction hob and bar with two bar stools, walk-in closet, bedroom with walk-in closet and loft bed, luxurious bathroom with bath and sink.
On the top floor there is a private roof terrace of approx. 22 m2 accesible by outside stairs.

PARTICULARITIES
- Deposit/bank guarantee 2 months rent;
- Rent is 1.700,-- excluding gas, electricity, water and
internet;
- No home sharers;


This information has been compiled by us with due care on the basis of data from the seller (and / or third parties). However, on our part, no liability is accepted for any incompleteness, inaccuracy or otherwise, or the consequences thereof. If you are interested in the property, we advise you to contact our office or to have your own NVM broker assist you. All specified sizes and surfaces are indicative.
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2021-10-7
Status
available
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement

Construction

Type of house/apartment
Upper-floor apartment
Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction
2006

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
67 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
3
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MVA neighbourhood information: Frederik Hendrikbuurt

The Frederik Hendrikbuurt was built in the 19th century and lies between the Singelgracht and the Kostverlorenvaart. The inhabitants like this area of Amsterdam because of all the facilities it has to offer. On of those facilities is the Molen de Otter is a beautiful piece of historic heritage which is sustained by the perseverance of local inhabitants. The shopping area of this neighbourhood is called Hugo de Grootbuurt, there is a plaza with hospitality and many specialized shops. The inhabitants are diverse in terms of ethics as well as their income.

Van Oldenbarneveldtstraat 56 T 1052KC Amsterdam

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