Dirk Vreekenstraat 72 1019GD Amsterdam

Rental price € 1.450 per month

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Description

The Islands in the former East Harbor area have become a pure pleasure dome to live in. The modern and contemporary architecture create a good atmosphere in this relatively new area near the city centre. Meanwhile, several tram lines have been connected with this part of town, which provides a perfect reach from downtown.

The apartment is situated on the 3th floor and has been designed as a maisonette: 2 layers, which starts with the entrance on the 3th, with hall and bedroom.
Upstairs a corridor with separate toilet, large storage room with laundry facilities, bathroom with toilet and shower. At one side a nice modern living kitchen with all appliances and access to the south facing balcony. On the other side a huge living room with lots of windows and an open view as well. The apartment is rented fully furnished, and has a private parking space underneath the building.

From here itís a 10 minute ride with bike or tram to Central Station. The shopping centre and tram stops are within walking distance, just as the popular Lloyd Hotel, Club Panama, and several restaurants / cafes.

This area is served by tram lines: 10,26.

Features :

- Furnished
- 1.450,- including internet
- ca 80 m2 (not NEN-measured)
- Available immediately
- Minimum rental period 12 months
- 1 bedroom apartment
- Elevator
- Balcony
- Open view
- Private parking
- Close to tram and shops.

This property is offered by a certified MVA broker
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
19-5-2017
Status
available
Accepting (an offer or contract)
Immediately

Construction

Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction
2006

Surfaces and content

Floor space
90 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
2

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Sporenburg is an artificial island that was built during the 19th century. The area owes its name to the use of railroad territory by the Dutch railroads. Since the 1990s the area has been redeveloped into a residential area. The neighbourhood has some architectural eye-catchers such as - the red bridges and The Sphinx, a massive residential complex which had to attract families with children to the area.

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