This lofty apartment is part of a municipal monument status building which was completely renovated several years ago. It has a real open feel to it, especially with the layout and a roof terrace as ample outdoor space. Its location is ideal to enjoy everything the inner city has to offer.
The communal staircase leads up where the apartment occupies the second and third floor. A private staircase opens up in the living room and dining area with the adjoining open kitchen in the back. Nearly all appliances are built-in with a large stove as a bonus. Next to the kitchen is the first balcony which is a nice spot for breakfast. At the front there is a great view down the canal and two large windows draw in lots of light.
Going up to the third floor, a landing connects the master bedroom at the back with a guest bedroom/dressing room in the front. The open bathroom adjoining the master bedroom has a separate bathtub, a dual integrated sink and large shower. A laundry closet holds both a washer and dryer. A separate toilet is also found on this floor.
From the master bedroom, access is gained to the roof terrace with a secluded atmosphere and a great view of the building itself. Simply a perfect spot for a sunny retreat and/or a barbecue.
A minimum rental period of 12 months is required with longer rental periods being preferred. Parking is possible using the nearby parking garage underneath the City Hall/Opera & Ballet Theatre which is just a 6 minute walk.
The street itself is mainly residential and relatively quiet. Nevertheless, a lively scene of restaurants, bars, boutiques and the Waterlooplein daily market with lots of fresh produce is within walking distance giving this neighborhood its inner city character. When not using a bike, public transport is available through tram lines 9 & 14 and the metro heading in various directions including the Central Station. A local bonus is the presence of the Hermitage Museum, Royal Theatre Carré and more.
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