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For rent in Amsterdam Centre:
A luxurious office in the most beautiful location in Amsterdam. This recently renovated office space is a beauty in the middle of the center.
The Amstelveld is perhaps the most beautiful residential location in Amsterdam. Right in the center, wooded, quiet, beautiful view of the Prinsengracht and the Amstel Church and the lively Utrechtsestraat around the corner.
Also various attractions such as theater Carré, the Stopera, the Museumplein and the Hermitage are within walking distance. In the immediate vicinity numerous stores, nice restaurants and recreational facilities.
This property has excellent public transportation connections through various streetcar and bus lines. Central Station is just five minutes by bike and the North-South line is 3 minutes walking distance. Excellent parking on the street through permit system or several small parking garages nearby.
Through the stately entrance you reach the office space via the stairs. Because of the light on both sides of the room the space is well lit.
Upon entering the space you will reach the fully equipped kitchen, equipped with a dishwasher, oven, refrigerator and freezer, among other things. In the afternoon of the monumental building there is still a centuries old well, which has been built up into a work table.
The office is also equipped with a bathroom with walk-in shower and toilet.
- Completely renovated;
- absolute TOP location;
- luxury kitchen and bathroom;
- located in monument;
- available from March 15, 2023
- rental period: min. 12 months.
- Deposit equal to 3 months rent;
* The Amstelveld is a square in the center of Amsterdam, between the Reguliersgracht, Prinsengracht and Kerkstraat, close to the Utrechtsestraat. The Amstelkerk, a predominantly wooden building, stands on the square. Its characteristic planting consists of 46 Caucasian wingnut trees.
In 1658, Amsterdam needed to expand and a long street was planned between Keizers- and Prinsengracht. Along this street came four large spaces for new churches. The street was called the Kerkstraat and one of those empty spaces became the Amstelveld.
On Mondays, there is a flower market. Antique markets are also held there. There is a café with a terrace, a children's playground with a sandbox, a bocce court and space to play soccer. A small statue of the Amsterdam folk figure Kokadorus stands along the square. (Source: Wikipedia).
For more information about this property and/or to make a viewing appointment, please contact our office. Our staff will be happy to assist you.
This property is offered in accordance with Article 7:17 paragraph 6 of the Civil Code. The specified features are only an indication.