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Magnificent three bedroom apartment, housing up to four guests opposite the Oosterpark in Amsterdam East.
Ideal for a family or a group of friends, the residence enjoys a relaxed position in an authentic neighbourhood brimming with cafes, stores, restaurants and cultural attractions. The apartment is spread across two levels and a spacious 130 square metres, and features several beautiful touches such as the wooden floors and stained glass windows. The living area receives plenty of natural light and is fitted out with a flatscreen TV, a sofa and armchairs, and tasteful décor and ornaments. The kitchen instantly delights with its arched entrance, large wooden table, charming light fixtures and modern amenities, which include an oven, dishwasher, microwave, grill, hob, fridge and freezer. Located upstairs, the three bedrooms are all equally inviting, each containing stylish wall prints and ambient lighting, with one double bed and four singles available in total. The lodging also benefits from two luxurious bathrooms, each housing a washbasin, toilet and shower. A washing machine, dryer, iron and Wi-Fi internet are provided for extra convenience. Granting an attractive retreat from the city’s bustling streets, the apartment guarantees an Amsterdam adventure to cherish.
The accommodation is situated close to many cafés and restaurants, perfect for starting your day with a delicious breakfast or for enjoying a local beer on the sunny terrace. Occupying an animated avenue in the east of Amsterdam, the apartment allows you to explore an authentic suburb free from the tourist crowds.
A multitude of shops, bars, restaurants and transport links populate the area, with two of the quarter’s highlights just opposite your doorstep, the peaceful Oosterpark and the fascinating Tropenmuseum. The latter is surprisingly overlooked by visitors to the city, although it is in fact one of the capital’s best cultural establishments, showcasing an exhilarating journey through the non-Western world, particularly adored by younger members of the family. The natural surroundings of the museum make a picturesque spot for a picnic and host a variety of music festivals throughout the summer months. Access to Amsterdam’s vibrant core is simple, with the nearby tram stop enabling admission to Central Station in less than fifteen minutes.