This cozy 2-room apartment (approx. 41 m²) is located in the middle of the vibrant De Pijp neighbourhood and within walking distance of the Museumplein, Marie Heinekenplein and Gerard Douplein. The apartment is in an excellent condition and also has a large storage unit (approx. 10m²) on the fourth floor. The interior is fully furnished with a sleeper sofa in the lounge and newly added flooring in the bedroom.

A communal staircase leads up to the first floor from where the apartment is accesible. Following a small hallway, the kitchen and L-shaped living room open up. In the kitchen, the appliances range from a fridge to a separate freezer, dishwasher, gas cooker, extractor and a combi oven. Large drawers can store all the crockery. Throughout the kitchen and living room a bright wooden flooring gives the apartment a cozy feel. At the front, three windows draw in lots of daylight. An L-shaped sofa turns into a sleeper sofa to accommodate any guests. On the opposite side, a larger table has been added to use when having dinner or working from home.

From the hallway the bedroom is next up. On the left side there is a made to fit semi-open wardrobe closet with both sections to hang up clothing as well as shelving. Next to the wardrobe closet there is a washing machine set up behind closeable doors. The backside of the bedroom has a large window for sufficient daylight. Adjoining the bedroom is the comfortable bathroom. Unusually large, it provides a walk-in shower, toilet and sink with plenty of countertop space for toiletries.

The apartment is available for a temporary lease duration up to 2 years and the security deposit equals 2 months’ rent. Flat sharing and keeping pets is not allowed. A parking permit can be obtained with the possibility to park in the Albert Cuyp garage around the corner.

Area information
The street itself is mainly residential and relatively quiet. Nevertheless, a lively scene of restaurants, bars, boutiques and the renowned Albert Cuyp daily market with lots of fresh produce is within walking distance giving this neighborhood its unique character. When not using a bike, public transport is available through tram lines 16 & 24 having a stop at the Marie Heinekenplein. A bonus is the nearby Museumplein with its 3 major museums like the Rijksmuseum and Van Gogh Museum.

Energy Efficiency

  • Energy ClassD