This unfurnished apartment is part of a characteristic 1930’s building (municipal monument status) which represents the architecture found in the entire neighbourhood. The apartment has been fully renovated in phases over the years and provides a warm, modern interior with lots of comfort.
Going up the communal stairwell from outside, the front door of the apartment is on the first floor. The hallway is L-shaped and the first part passes a guest bedroom directly to the left when entering the apartment. Running parallel to the second part of the hallway is the living room with a half-open section at the front facing the street which is ideal for a home office corner. At the back is the spacious kitchen, equipped with Siemens appliances, combined with the dining area but separated from the living room by sliding doors with glass panels. From the kitchen, doors open onto the balcony facing southeast which means plenty of sun on a bright day.
Back in the L-shaped hallway and parallel to the kitchen is a large dressing room with closets on either side from wall to wall. A washing machine and dryer are set up in the back. Directly next to this dressing room is the master bedroom with doors opening onto another section of the balcony.
Opposite the master bedroom is the bathroom offering a sizeable bathtub, separate shower and a wash basin with drawers underneath. Adjacent to the bathroom is both a separate toilet and a storage closet. A very convenient addition is a separate storage unit on the communal attic (top) floor providing space for suitcases, bikes etc.
The apartment is available for a temporary lease duration up to 2 years (model B) and the security deposit equals two months’ rent. Flat sharing and keeping pets is not allowed. The apartment has been measured according to NEN2580 guidelines. Suitable furnishings can be provided upon request for an additional charge.
The Rooseveltlaan itself is a main avenue with public transport passing through as well. Just around the corner is the cozy Maasstraat, filled with shops and restaurants so getting daily groceries as well as stepping out for a coffee, lunch or dinner are all on offer in a matter of minutes. The neighbourhood as a whole is more at ease compared to the inner city or the nearby Pijp.
Getting to other parts of the city from here is easy with two tram lines, no. 4 and 12 with a nearby stop. Also within walking distance is the ‘North/South’ metro line which has a stop just around the corner in front of the RAI exhibition centre and runs every 6 minutes to the Central Station and beyond. In addition, there is the RAI train station connecting to Schiphol Airport for example within 10 minutes. By car, the A-10 motorway is just minutes away making it easy to commute to work or elsewhere.
- Energy ClassB