We are proud to offer this Modern, furnished, one bedroom apartment with private terrace in the West part of Amsterdam! This charming apartment is part of a large, newly restored buildingcomplex named "De Nieuwpoort". The building is equipped with a lift, shared courtyard, and a parkinggarage. The plint of the building, the communal spaces and courtyard are designed by the famous dutch designer Piet Boon. The apartment is equipped with a fresh coatingfloor, luxurious kitchen and bathroom, and a wide gallery with terrace.
A unique apartment with all the modern advantages.
Lay-out: Street entrance, communcal hallway, lift or staircase to first floor.
Communal courtyard with gallery entrance. Front door to livingroom. The livingroom is divided in a lounge/sitting area with sofa, coffee table and tv, and a dining area with open kitchen. The dining area is equipped with diningtable and chairs. The open kitchen is equipped with everyday modern appliances such as; dishwasher, fridge-freezer, cookingstove, microwave-oven combi. There is a separate toilet.
The spacious bedroom is equipped with a double bed, and a practical and large built-in closet, giving you plenty of storage space. Attached to the bedroom you will find the luxurious bathroom with rainshower and washbasin.
Location: From "De Nieuwpoort" you have easy access to Haarlemmerweg (S103), and ringroad A10 West. Schiphol Airport is just 15 minutes by car, and Sloterdijk is just a 5 minutes bikeride. Central Station can be reached in 10 minutes bikeride. There is plenty of choice when it comes to shopping and other amenities, bars and restaurants: The Bos en Lommerweg, Willem de Zwijgerlaan, Admiraal de Ruijterweg and the Jan van Galenstraat. The famous Westerpark is around the corner and provides plenty of recreational and cultural activities. Also, the Erasmuspark can be reached in a few minutes bikeride. By bike you can reach the centre of amsterdam within 10 minutes, and the Jordaan area even in 7 minutes.
This area is served by Busline 80, 21, and Tram 7, 12, 14.