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Sumatrakade 1439 en P 1019RR Amsterdam

Rental price € 2.350 per month

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Description

Spacious and modern furnished apartment with parking!

Situated on the 1st floor of a 7-story building located along the “largest canal” of Amsterdam the IJ-River. This bright and charming apartment is reachable by elevator, comes with a wooden floor, quality furniture and has a sunny terrace facing South at the back. A private parking spot is also included.

Lay out:
Entrance, lift to first floor, hallway, separate toilet, laundry closet with washing machine and dryer, bright spacious living with open kitchen equipped with: dishwasher, combi oven/microwave, fridge, stove and freezer, access to the sunny terrace facing South, bathroom with bath, sink and separate shower, master bedroom with lots of cupboard space, second smaller room now used as a study.

From the living and the bedrooms you have an amazing view over the IJ-River with its real cruise ships!

Location wise you are situated a few minutes away from the Amsterdam centre, shopping centre Brasil, the ring way A10 can be reached easily through the Piet Hein tunnel, bus stop in front of the building.

Details:
- Available 1 May 2018
- € 2.350,- excluding utilities
- prepaid amount of € 220,- on top for gas, water, electricity, cable and internet
- Inclusive parking!
- Furnished
- 2 bedrooms
- Lift
- Sunny terrace
- Size 110 m2
- Minimum period of 12 months
- No smoking/no pets
- Sharing possible

This property is offered by a certified MVA broker
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
22-3-2018
Status
available
Accepting (an offer or contract)
by date

Construction

Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction
1997

Surface Area and Volume

Usage area Living
110 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
3

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MVA neighbourhood information: Oostelijk Havengebied

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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