Apartment in Amsterdam, Akerwateringstraat
Surface: 50 m2
Available From: 03 November 2021
Offered by Housing Anywhere
Address: Akerwateringstraat, 1069 GD
Preferred tenant: No preference
Smoking: Not allowed
Pets: Not allowed
This cozy room is located in a quiet apartment. The apartment is approximately 65 m2 and was built in 1900.
There are plenty of public facilities, such as: shopping centre accessible in 15 minutes, tram about 5 minutes walk to Amsterdam CS, Slotermeerplas for recreation, Mediterranean / tropical eateries and so on.
Nearest public transport is:
- Amsterdam bus station, Ecuplein
- Halfweg/Zwanenburg train station
All facilities are shared with the female landlady. The room is approx. 8 m2, containing a single bed, and other standard furnishings: see photo.
- The deposit is 1x the monthly rent: refundable
- additional costs: 968 euro, no refund / one-off payment
- Houserules: hygienic, music instruments only with the use of a headphone. Not allowed: visitors, smoking, pets.
Registration with the municipality is not permitted. As soon as you become a tenant, it is important that you provide your proof of identity and registration to an educational institution and/or proof of employment.
Amsterdam is the capital and the largest municipality in the Netherlands by population. The city, also called Mokum in Amsterdam (coming from Yiddish), is located in the province of North Holland, on the IJ, the North Sea Canal and the mouth of the Amstel. The municipality of Amsterdam has 862,965 inhabitants (January 1, 2019, Statistics Netherlands). Greater Amsterdam had 1,344,659 inhabitants at the end of 2016. The number of different nationalities in the municipality (2007: 177) is among the highest in the world.
Amsterdam owes its name to its location near a dam in the Amstel, built in the 13th century. Shortly after 1300, the place was granted city rights, became a pilgrimage site in 1345 by the Miracle of Amsterdam and grew into one of the most important port and trading cities in the world in the Golden Age. An influx of foreigners, mainly from the Southern Netherlands, Germany and the Scandinavian countries, led to urban expansions from the end of the 16th century, including the last canals of the fortification that is now known as the canal belt and was added to the UNESCO World Heritage List in 2010.
Sights and attractions in Amsterdam are the Rijksmuseum, the Stedelijk Museum, the Van Gogh Museum and Het Scheepvaartmuseum, the Anne Frank House, the Concertgebouw, Muziekgebouw aan 't IJ and EYE Filmmuseum, Artis Zoo, the Red Light District, the coffee shops and the Johan Cruijff Arena. The city has two universities and several colleges.
Please send us a message with a short and personal description of yourself. State the following: nationality (origin), age, education/work and location, hobbies, and maximum budget.
Please be aware that HousingAnywhere is an online booking platform. Therefore exchanging contact details and offering viewings is not possible. If you would like to reserve the room, send me a booking request or message me with any further questions.
International students/expats are welcome!
We are looking forward to meeting you in Amsterdam!