Size of the apartment (m2) approximately 135 m2
Number of bedrooms: 2
Number of bathrooms: 2
Type of house: Apartment
Quality of public transportation: Good
Construction year of the building: 1992
Interior decoration: Furnished
Also in this rental apartment:
- Separate shower times 2
- Garage (€ 200,00 extra per month)
- Bath tub
- Separate toilet
- Garden (communal use)
- Balcony (facing south-west)
- 1st floor
- Cooking: Gas
- Refrigerator: Available
- Dishwasher: Available
- Oven: Available
- Microwave: Negotiable
- Microwave Oven combination: Not available
- Washer Dryer combination: Not available
- Washer: Available
- Dryer: Available
- Pets not allowed
- Sharing not allowed
- Students not allowed
- Smoking not allowed
- Children allowed
- Tenancy agreements subject to owner’s consent
- Measurements not conform NEN 2580
The rental price of this house is exclusive Gas/Electricity/Water, TV/Internet and local Taxes.
This very comfortable, light, apartment is located in a beautiful building at a quiet, residential part of the Keizersgracht. The building has its private underground parking garage and a spacious elevator takes you directly to the apartment floor.
The apartment is located on the first floor. At the front side of the apartment, the large living room offers wide canal views while at the back. a spacious south-west facing balcony connected to the master bedroom overlooks a large, beautiful garden which is for communal use.
The semi-open kitchen has a large stove with oven. The master bedroom has a spacious built-in wardrobe and an ensuite bathroom with bath and shower. The guest bedroom, which can also be used as a study, has a large window and has it’s own bathroom with shower and a separate toilet. There is also a laundry area.
Throughout the apartment you’ll find beautiful oak flooring.
The apartment is very centrally located. The Jordaan with it’s great shops and restaurants is just around the corner, the city centre and the popular canal shopping area ‘the nine streets’ are just a few minutes’ walk away. This is also true for the Amsterdam central station.