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Woestduinstraat 33 - I 1058TA Amsterdam

Rental price € 1.600 per month

Year of construction
1934
Floor space
54 m²
Number of rooms
3

Description

Modern and trendy unfurnished THREE room (two bedrooms) apartment on a great location in the Hoofddorpplein neighborhood, near the center, around the corner from the Vondelpark and within walking distance of the cozy shops along the Zeilstraat and the Amstelveenseweg; Woestduinstraat 33-I.

This bright and practically arranged apartment has a surface of approximately 54 m2.

A light wooden laminate floor has been installed throughout the house.
The apartment was completely renovated and modernized in 2019.

SURROUNDINGS:
The apartment is located in a quiet street in the trendy Hoofddorplein neighborhood, within walking and cycling distance of various shops, restaurants and public transport. You can reach the A-10 ring road very quickly by car. Parking is arranged through a permit system. You can find more information about this on the website of the City Council of Amsterdam.

LAYOUT:
Entrance, tour portal, meter cupboard, two bedrooms, toilet, laundry room, living room, open kitchen, bathroom.

Kitchen & Living room:
The luxurious open high-gloss white kitchen has a dark stone worktop and various built-in appliances.
The living room is exceptionally light due to the nice large windows.

Bedrooms:
There is two bedrooms in the apartment, both with access to the balcony.

Bathroom & Toilet room
The bathroom is equipped with a bathtub, a walk-in shower, a sink and the floor is equipped with tiles in a modern beige / liver color.
The toilet room (floating toilet) is separate.

Availability & rental period:
This furnished apartment is available immediately for a minimum period of at least 12 months.

Energylabel:
The house has an energylabel C.

Rent & Deposit:
The monthly rent is € 1.550- per month excluding utilities.
The deposit is equal to two months rent.
The house is suitable for a couple or a couple witha baby, not for students.

This information has been compiled by us with due care. On our part, however, no liability is accepted for any incompleteness, inaccuracy or otherwise, or the consequences thereof. All specified sizes and areas are indicative. The tenant has his own obligation to investigate all matters that are important to him or her. With regard to this property, the broker is an advisor to the landlord. We advise you to call in an expert (NVM) broker who will guide you through the hiring process. If you have specific wishes regarding the property, we advise you to make this known in good time to your hire agent and to do this independently. If you do not involve an expert representative, you will, according to the law, consider yourself competent enough to be able to oversee all matters that are of interest.
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2021-5-11
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
1934

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
54 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
3
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More information

MVA neighbourhood information: Hoofddorppleinbuurt

The Hoofddorppleinbuurt consists of three neighbourhoods: The Hoofddorppleinbuurt lies west of city part South and is parted of the other area’s by the Schinkel. The area has been built during the 20e century as part of Plan-West. The Hoofddorpplein forms the central traffic-point, many hospitality and shops can mainly be found within this part of the neighbourhood. Several things have changed in the last couple of years in this neighbourhood, let houses were renovated into condominiums and this attracted a lot of new people which had a positive impact on the neighbourhood.

Woestduinstraat 33 - I 1058TA Amsterdam

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