Peperstraat 10-II, 1011TL Amsterdam
In a unique location with great views in the center of Amsterdam we offer a beautiful 2 room apartment on the second floor. The apartment is approximately 51 m2, has a separate bedroom and is in good condition. On the fourth floor is a spacious attic room of approximately 21 m2. The bathroom has a bath, sink and toilet. Also here is the washing machine connection. The kitchen Is dated but still functions.
The apartment is located on the corner of a quiet street and the water of the Rapenburgwal, overlooking the Oudeschans and the Montelbaanstoren and the other side on the Uilenburger canal in the center of Amsterdam. The Central Station, Nieuwmarkt and Dam are within walking distance. The apartment is easily accessible by car and public transport, several tram or bus stops are within walking distance and the Ring A10 can be reached via the IJ tunnel or the Piet Heijn tunnel by car with a few minutes.
Through the common staircase you enter the spacious living room. Through the open kitchen the bathroom is accessible with bath, toilet sink and washing machine connection. In addition, there is the open kitchen. The living room has large sliding windows at the front and large opening windows on the side, so you have beautiful views over the Oudeschans and the Montelbaanstoren. At the front there is also the bedroom. On the fourth floor is a spacious attic room with window and electricity.
Named after the Peperwerf, which lay on the site of the current Peperstraat and belonged to the warehouses of the Dutch East India Company, where among other things the supplied spices were stored. (Source: City Atlas Amsterdam)
- Property 51 m2 and attic room 21 m2
- Located on private land!
- Municipal monument.
- Small VVE, 4 members
- The contribution of the VVE will be dealt with in turn.
- Central heating system
- Parking through licensing system
- Delivery in consultation, but from 10 April.
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