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Zamenhofstraat 48 1022AD Amsterdam

Year of construction
Floor space
50 m²
Number of rooms


Take the ferry behind Central Station to Amsterdam North, bike for 5 minutes along the Meeuwenlaan and you’ll arrive at Vogeldorp. A quiet (almost pedestrian) neighborhood with lots of green. The biggest park in Amsterdam North called het Vliegenbos around the corner and many new hot spots in the area, this is an interesting and upcoming location.

This small house over two floors is situated at the border of the village and next to the park. Supermarkets and shops nearby and good public transport connections. New restaurants and cultural spots opening regularely making Amsterdam North even more popular.

This house has recently been renovated and fitted woth a new kitchen en new floor. Because of the two equally sized bedrooms very suitable to share, the house is unfurnished.

Lay Out:
Small garden in the front, entrance at the front, hall with toilet, living room in the front and open kitchen (2010) in the back. Storage room. Back door opens to the garden. Toilet, sink and shower on the ground floor. On the first floor small hallway with sink, two bedrooms at front and back. The low loft can also be used as storage.

Rental price €1450 excl g/w/l/i
Car parking permit available
Deposit 2 months’ rent
Rental period minimum 1 year
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Entry date
let conditionally
Accepting (an offer or contract)
by date


Type of house/apartment
ground-floor + upper-floor apartment
Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
50 m²


Total number of rooms
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Zamenhofstraat 48 1022AD Amsterdam

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