Apartment in Amsterdam, Bataviastraat

2300€ per

Surface: 79 m2
Bedrooms: 1
Available From: 22 May 2024
Offered by Housing Anywhere
Bataviastraat, 1095 EX
Preferred tenant: 
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Required profile :

-Working professionals only,
-27 + years old
- tenant should be one person or two people, second tenant should be known prior to booking.
-Preferably a couple
-No pets
-No smoking

Wonderful, contemporary 1-bedroom apartment located in the stellar Eastern Islands in Amsterdam, this property offers 90 square meters of living space, a bright living room area, with large windows revealing plenty of natural light, looking out over a quiet street, large trees and green woody paths leading to the entrance of Flevopark.

The apartment has a cosy balcony with a view of the communal garden.A fully-featured modern, spacious kitchen, mattcarbon-coloured granite counters, new stainless steel sink and a comfortable large kitchen island to prepare and enjoy drinks and dinners at.
Anthracite natural- stone and white tile bathroom with rain shower, glass-separation screen, separate anthracite natural stone and white tile toilet space.
New heating system and washing machine

The neighborhood:

This ethnically diverse and lively district ''East' known to locals simply as Oost, with noticeable street names, originating from the former Dutch colony, the Dutch East Indies.Part of Oost was once known as Zeeburg, as of 2010 the former district merged with Oost. Although it's comprised of Ijburg, Indische Buurt (Indies Neighborhood) and Oostelijk Havengebied KNSM Eilanden (Eastern Docklands).
The popular shopping boulevard and hotspot in Oost is the Javastraat, the place to be for an exotic experience and taste of Amsterdam, offering a wide range of eclectic cuisines, with the best Indonesian, surinamese and middle eastern food in the district!

Getting daily groceries is always a cosy experience as this street proffers fresh fruit and vegetable markets, warm bakeries, meat markets, friendly locals, lovely vibrant bars, restaurants and boutiques.
In the bubbly Oost district you can expect to see everything from families shopping to kids playing in the streets with food and cultural festivals taking place in Javastraat Oosterpark, Flevopark and Timorplein.

The lively Javaplein holds one of the last standing bathing houses, transformed into famous local craft-beer brewery Oedipus hub, the square also is known for excellent wining and dining at the French-Dutch; De Wilde Zwijnen situated in the heart of the square, a go to place for refined wining and dining.

Following suite is Studio K on Timorplein, which is a theatre, gallery and cafe. More trendy bars, cafes and restaurants can be found on the Linnaeusstraat opposite the Oosterpark.
If you're wishing to explore art, history and culture, one of the neighbourhoods best kept treasures is The Tropen Museum, close to the infamous Dappermarket which reflects the neighbourhoods eclecticism.

The apartment is situated next the hidden gem: Flevopark. The large green park and it's serene surroundings make it a perfect place to relax, go for a jog, play sports or enjoy a picnic, besides endless meadows and greenery it's also the perfect place to encounter plant and animal life not found in other parks in the city.
Featuring playgrounds, an outdoor swimming pool, tennis courts, barbecue areas and various routes popular with (hidden) can enjoy a range of activities throughout the year, group sports like bootcamp and yoga and during the summer months some festivals.Make sure to visit; 'Het Nieuwe Diep' in the heart of the park, a small cosy, typical dutch distillery with a rich history as Rembrandt painted his sublime view there. The terrace looks out over a serene pond and beautiful willows, the multiplicity of unique liquors and fruit jenevers according to long forgotten recipes and its surroundings, surely will make it a unique local experience not to be missed!
The park connects to Diemen on the water’s edge through a bike path, very relaxing to ride down. You can see big boats coming and going, as well as old unique trees and wildlife. There are also paths that cut through a sheep farm, leading to an enormous pond that makes you feel like you really are in the middle of nature. You can see Amsterdam in the distance, but it is absolutely silent, with just the sounds of water and animals.

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