This fully furnished double floor apartment is part of a building which has a perfect mix between historical character and modern comfort. It has a real open feel to it, especially with both a balcony and a spacious rooftop terrace to enjoy. The location is near the Museumplein, de Pijp and the city centre while maintaining a residential atmosphere.
The communal staircase leads up to the apartment occupying the third and fourth floor. The entrance opens up in the living room and dining area with the adjoining open kitchen in the back. All modern appliances are present with a large stove as a bonus. Next to the kitchen is the balcony which is a nice spot for a cup of coffee. At the front three large windows draw in lots of daylight. There are built-in storage closets for coats, luggage, wine bottles and general household items.
Going up to the fourth floor, the master bedroom directly opens up and occupies the space all the way to the back with a guest bedroom plus home office set-up at the front. The bathroom runs alongside the master bedroom and has a separate shower, toilet and dual sinks. Next to the bathroom is a separate closet where both a washer and dryer are installed with shelving next to it.
From the master bedroom, stairs lead up to the rooftop terrace. Nothing beats the 360 degrees view of the direct vicinity. Simply a perfect spot for a sunny retreat or an outside dinner weather permitting.
A minimum rental period of 12 months is required with longer rental periods being preferred. A parking permit can be obtained straight away. The apartment is measured according to NEN2580 guidelines.
The street itself is mainly residential and therefore quiet. Nevertheless, a lively scene of restaurants, bars, boutiques are within walking distance and the renowned Albert Cuyp daily market with lots of fresh produce is within biking distance. When not using a bike, public transport is available through tram line no. 5 at the end of the street stopping at the Van Baerlestraat. This line connects the Central Station with the Zuid Station from where it’s just one stop to get to Schiphol Airport. The local highlight is the Museumplein with its three major museums like the Rijksmuseum and Van Gogh Museum.
- Energy ClassB