Sint Willibrordusstraat 75 3 1073VA Amsterdam

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Description

In a side street of the popular van Woustraat in the Pijp area we offer this cosy 1-bedroom apartment with sunny balcony at the back facing South. The apartment is situated on the third floor and is UNFURNISHED.

The apartment itself comes with wooden floors, it has double glazed windows everywhere, a modern kitchen and built in cupboards in the bedroom.

Lay out: Communal entrance, stairs to third floor, hallway, living at the front with lots of daylight, open kitchen supplied with fridge, dishwasher, gas stove and combi oven, laundry area, separate toilet, bathroom with bath and sink, bedroom with lots of wardrobe space at the quiet back side with access to the sunny balcony facing South

The Pijp is a trendy neighbourhood with lots of shops, restaurants, bars, Sarphatipark and daily fresh food market (Albert Cuyp). The city centre of Amsterdam is on 10 minutes biking distance and public transport is on walking distance. In the middle of a lively area but one a quiet street.

- Rental price 1.475 EU excl. utilities
- Available direct for minimum 12 months
- 1 bedroom
- Size app. 43 m2 (not NEN measured)
- Unfurnished
- Wooden floors
- Great location
- Balcony facing South!

This great apartment is offered by an MVA Certified Expat Broker
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2-8-2017
Status
let conditionally
Accepting (an offer or contract)
Immediately

Construction

Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction
1903

Surfaces and content

Floor space
43 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
2

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De Pijp is vibrant and very much on its way up. As can be expected of an area that is centred on the nation’s most famous outdoor market Albert Cuypmarkt, this Amsterdam neighbourhood is famously diverse with over 150 nationalities represented. By the time the NZ-lijn underground metro is finished, De Pijp’s gentrification process should be complete with the always strong student population giving way to yet more families of young creatives and professionals. Albert Cuypmarkt Yes indeed: the Albert Cuypmarkt is not only the ‘kitchen of Amsterdam’ but also the place to witness the city in action. There are also many hidden treats to be discovered: innovative buildings built on the principles of Theosophy.

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