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Accommodating up to six guests, this contemporary two bedroom apartment provides a welcome retreat with the Jordaan district of Amsterdam.
Elegantly split over two levels to create a spacious and inviting atmosphere, this apartment is the perfect place in which to relax. Brimming with plenty of natural light, which pours in through the large windows, the apartment ensures that you and your companions can unwind together in comfort and style.
The living room, which consists of a sofabed for two of your guests with matching armchair, a coffee table and a flatscreen television, is lined with beautiful wooden floors. The modern kitchen is fully equipped with everything that you will need in order to prepare a home cooked meal within the apartment. An attractive dining table is also at your disposal, creating the model setting for dinner.
A quirky staircase leads you to the upper level of the apartment, where you will find the two bedrooms and bathrooms. The bright and airy bedrooms each offer a place in which to appreciate a good night’s sleep and contain a double bed, two single beds, bedside cabinets and wardrobes between them. Completing this contemporary abode are the two refreshing bathrooms, which are both fitted with a toilet sink and shower, together with the addition of a bathtub in the main bathroom. Please note that they are accessed via the bedrooms.
From the ground floor, steep and narrow stairs lead to the first floor where the apartment is located. These stairs and the open stairs in the apartment make the apartment less suitable for small children, the elderly or those with mobility problems.
Ideally located within easy reach of Amsterdam’s energetic city centre, this apartment is conveniently situated within the fashionable Jordaan district. Created in the 1600s to accommodate the ever increasing working class population of the city, the Jordaan soon became poor, overcrowded and run down and was an area filled with slums. In the 1970s a much needed facelift transformed the neighbourhood, resulting in the stylish place that is today. A wide array of delightful boutiques, fabulous cafes and superb restaurants can all be found close by.
The Jordaan boasts many of Amsterdam’s must see sights and attractions including the world famous Anne Frank House Museum, which can be found just minutes away from the apartment. Overlooking the Prinsengracht Canal, the house is where Anne Frank and her Jewish family concealed themselves from the Nazis during the Second World War, and is where Anne Frank wrote her renowned diary.
Also nearby is the striking Westerkerk (West Church), the largest church in the city and one that is definitely worthy of a visit. The church boasts some fine examples of extraordinary architecture and is well known for its stunning, 85 metre high tower, which can be viewed from across the city.