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For rent: Apartment Floris Grijpstraat in Den Haag

2596 XE Den Haag (Arendsdorp)
€1,450 per month
Living area
80 m²
Rooms
3
Year of construction
1930

Description

Lovely furnished two bedroom apartment in the Benoordenhout area with a view over the park.
The apartment is located nearby the shopping street at the van Hoytemastraat with a variety of local shops, a supermarket and several lunchrooms and restaurants. There is good public transport, bus and tram, to the city center, central station and the beach area.
It is just 5 minutes biking to companies like Shell HQ, ICC and Nato.
Lay-out: entrance on ground floor, stairs to 1st floor, entrance, hall, spacious, bright living room with fire place, doors to a beautiful, sunny terrace with view over a green park, separate kitchen with all modern appliances, good sized bedroom with bathroom with shower, washbasin and washer and dryer, 2nd bedroom and a separate toilet.

Special features:

  • NO housing needed for this apartment
  • Green area
  • Double glazed windows
  • 5 minutes walking to the shopping area
  • 5 minutes biking to the city center and central station
  • Rental price is excluding utilities, TV and Internet
  • Suitable for a single or couple

Transfer

Rental price
€1,450 per month (excluding service costs, furnished)
Offered since
3 weeks
Status
For rent
Available
From 01-11-2020
Deposit
€1,375
Specifics
Furnished
Upkeep
Good

Area and capacity

Living area
80 m²
Volume
200 m³

Construction

Type of house
Apartment
Type of house
Upstairs apartment, Apartment
Type of construction
Existing building
Year of construction
1930

Classification

Number of rooms
3
Number of bedrooms
2
Number of bathrooms
1
Number of floors
1
Facilities
Toilet

Outside space

Location
At a park, in a residential area
Balcony
Present
Garden
Not present

Energy

Insulation
Double glazing
Heating
Fireplace
Energy rating
C

Storage

Shed/Storeroom
Not present

Parking facilities

Type of parking facilities
Permit

Garage

Present
No