Located on the beautiful and quiet Nicolaas Witsenkade, an unfurnished apartment of 83 sqm, with one bedroom and a spacious garden with a garden shed. The apartment is isolated with double glass and has a spacious living room with a large open kitchen. The Nicolaas Witsenkade is a special location, a spacious and quiet street situated on the Singel canal with beautiful houseboats, ideally located in the center, near the cozy Utrechtsestraat and on the border of the popular Pijp.
Private entrance from the street, the hallway with a built-in wardrobe, a separate toilet and storage.
At the front of the apartment, you have an open kitchen which is fully equipped with all appliances like a combination oven with microwave, a fridge/freezer and a dishwasher. There is enough space for a large dining table and the two windows on the front side with beautiful cast iron details create a beautiful shadow in the house.
The spacious living room has large windows that provide plenty of daylight, and the long straight walls are screaming for nice artwork. A system has been installed for easy hanging.
Via the sliding doors, you access the green garden with a garden shed where you can store your belongings.
Next to the living room you have the bedroom with a wardrobe and ensuite the bathroom. The bathroom is provided with a washing machine, a dryer, a sink with mirror and a bathtub with a shower.
- Rental price: € 2.150,- per month excluding utilities, internet/tv and local taxes
- Available September 1st 2022
- 2 months deposit
- Unfurnished but with upholstering and a washer/dryer
- Rental agreement Model B, 24 months
- One-bedroom with a wardrobe
- Garden including a garden shed
- Separate storage
The unfurnished apartment is located in a quiet street on the beautiful Nicolaas Witsenkade, on the Singelgracht, a quiet and highly desirable part of Amsterdam Center, near the Weteringschans, Frederiksplein and the famous Utrechtsestraat. In the vicinity you will find the Heineken Brewery, many supermarkets, restaurants, terraces and of course the bustling Pijp.
Read full description