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Charismatic one bedroom garage converted apartment, housing up to four people, located in a wonderful local neighbourhood west of Amsterdam.
The residence makes an excellent choice for a family or two couples seeking an authentic base situated within easy reach of the capital’s major sights and attractions. This former garage has a cosy interior with an industrial touch, typical Dutch details, and vintage design decorations. Tastefully furnished with plenty of attention to detail, the apartment offers an inviting setting to relax in after a busy day. The living area comes fitted out with stylish wall hangings, a double sofa-bed, a dining table, storage cupboards and a fully stocked bookcase. A kitchen is available for preparing your favourite meals from home throughout your stay, which supplies basic kitchen facilities such as a microwave, hob, fridge, freezer, toaster, kettle and a coffee machine. The bedroom contains two single beds with bedside lighting, plus a piano. Extra amenities within the dwelling include a washing machine and a Wi-Fi connection. The bathroom completes the interior with a washbasin, toilet and shower. The apartment is on the ground floor, 60 square meters and has its own private entrance. For a true taste of Amsterdam living in a rewarding neighbourhood, look no further than this memorable holiday home.
Please be inform that the apartment is garage converted.
Occupying a relaxed quarter brimming with local gems, the accommodation provides a break from the tourist crowds and a chance to experience typical city life in all its charm. The apartment overlooks a delightful playground and petting zoo, perfect for families travelling with young children, with a community café also on hand to cater for the kids. Indeed, a host of great dining options saturate the vicinity, with nearby highlights including the simple yet tasty Van ’t Spit, the welcoming Spaghetteria and the hugely popular Food Hallen. Housed inside a former tram depot alongside unique boutiques, a library and a cinema, the latter offers a superb selection of cuisines highly recommended for food fanatics. Visitors wishing to cook at home should head to the neighbouring Ten Katemarkt, which supplies fresh produce at affordable prices.
Access to Amsterdam’s bustling core is simple, with the focal point of Dam Square reachable through a leisurely thirty minute stroll or via the efficient tram system in just fifteen minutes.