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Van Woustraat 115 III 1074AH Amsterdam

Rental price € 1.850 per month

Year of construction
Floor space
57 m²
Number of rooms


*This property is listed by a MVA Certified Expat Broker*

Attractive renovated and furnished three-room apartment of approximately 57 m2 on the third floor. The apartment is fully furnished and will be delivered with luxurious furniture.


The apartment is located in the ''Pijp''. The ''Sarphatipark'' and the Albert Cuyp market are within walking distance. In the neighborhood you'll find a lot of shops, restaurants and cafés. The apartment has a good connection with the public transport (tram 3 and 4). The train station ‘’Amstelstation’’ is 10 minutes away by bike. And also the center is close within 10 minutes biking distance.


Entrance, well maintained staircase, apartment entrance on the third floor.
The living room with open kitchen are located at the front side of the apartment. De luxurious kitchen is equipped with several build-in appliances, such as a refrigerator with small freezer, combined microwave and oven, dishwasher and a five stove gas cooker. The two bedrooms are located at the backside of the apartment. One bedroom has access to the balcony (East).
The bathroom is equipped with a walk-in shower, a double washbasin. In the hallway is a separate toilet and a closet for the washing machine and dryer.


- Immediate occupancy
- Minimum duration: one year
- Deposit: 2 months of rent
- reservation approval of the landlord
- NOT for sharing and/or students
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Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement


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

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
57 m²


Total number of rooms
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