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Vrijheidslaan 93 IV 1079KJ Amsterdam

Year of construction
Floor space
100 m²
Number of rooms


Spacious and unfurnished double upper house of approximately 100 m with an amazing roof terrace of approximately 30 m with a beautiful view of the Zuidas! The house has a living room and 3 bedrooms.

At the request of the landlord, it is not possible to make this property available to sharers. Sharers are understood to mean students and/or friends who rent the house together. It is also not possible for 2 or more (highly educated) working people to live together. A couple or a family is eligible for this house.

You reach the apartment via the communal staircase. The entrance of the house is on the third floor. Through your own staircase you enter the hall which gives access to the living room, first bedroom, separate toilet with fountain and internal stairs to the upper floor. In the spacious living room is the open kitchen, equipped with all comforts such as: refrigerator with 3 freezer drawers, dishwasher, 5-burner gas stove with extractor hood, dishwasher and a combi microwave/oven. The first spacious bedroom is located at the rear and measures approximately 8 m (2.8 m by 2.9 m). Via the internal staircase you reach the hall on the upper floor. This hall gives access to the other two bedrooms, laundry room with central heating system, access door to the roof terrace and the bathroom. The bathroom has a bath with hand shower, rain shower, design radiator and a double sink. At the front you will find the second bedroom of approximately 7.5 m (2.5 m by 3 m). The spacious master bedroom, located at the rear, measures approximately 18 m (3.6 m by 5 m) and has its own access door to the roof terrace. The amazing roof terrace with beautiful views over the city is located on the south, so you can enjoy the sun all day long.

The apartment is located in the popular neighborhood Rivierenbuurt (South district) near the shops on the Rijnstraat and Maasstraat and the Amstel station. Easily accessible by car via the ring exit Amstel (S109 and S111) and by public transport. The location is ideal to quickly get to the center or to quickly get outside of Amsterdam. Martin L. King Park is steps away. Parking is still (relatively) easy in this area.

This is a (completely) newly renovated house. The kitchen, electricity and sanitary facilities have been renewed. All walls and ceilings are plastered smooth. The entire apartment is also equipped with double glazing, a beautiful laminate floor has been laid throughout the apartment and high-quality upholstery has been hung in all rooms.

- Not suitable for sharing not for sharing!
- Rent is excl. G/W/L;
- 2 months guarantee;
- Minimum duration of 12 months, no maximum.
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let conditionally
Accepting (an offer or contract)


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

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
100 m²


Total number of rooms
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Vrijheidslaan 93 IV 1079KJ Amsterdam

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