You wish to live in a modern and turn key 2 bedroom apartment (85m2) with large balcony, communal inner garden, private parking* , fittness facilities and elevator. A great opportunity to live in this bright, 100% newly furnished and recently painted 2-bedroom apartment. The apartment is decorated in contemporary modern style.
You are within a few minutes on the highway A10to Amersfoort/Utrecht/Den-Haag/Almere. You are living within a stone’s throw to public transport. The Science Park even has its own railway station (NS Station Amsterdam Science Park). Within walking distance of numerous shops, public transport, sports grounds etc.
In the surrounding of the apartment, you will find plenty of greenery and water. You could consider Flevopark as your backyard. Parks and gardens as Frankendael, Oosterpark and the Robert Koch are nearby. For a day on the water, you are welcome to the new Deep and the IJ-lake. Plenty of sporting opportunities like tennis, soccer fields, a gym, a canoe club, a swimming pool and wonderful space for walking and jogging. The large number of parks and wetlands area offer recreational fun at high level. Science Park station is within walking distance.
You enter a hallway which gives access to all room. The spacious living room is equipped with a sliding door to the balcony with view over the communal inner garden. The open kitchen is equipped with several built in appliances such as a microwave, oven and a dishwasher.
Hallway with separate toilet and access to the modern bathroom with spacious walk-in shower, sink. Master bedroom with wardrobes. Second smaller bedroom Storage wiht waskher/dryer . *Private parking in Garage. Gym facilities. Spacious inner garden to share
*If you wish, you can rent the parking for an extra €100,- per month.
More information regarding the Science Park Amsterdam:
The Science Park Amsterdam is located in the eastern part of the city, not far from the seventeenth-century historic centre. This area has an urban character in which buildings, landscape and open space are closely interwoven.
The landscape between the buildings has been designed along the lines of a so-called ‘chewing gum structure’, a term used by landscape architect Karres en Brands. It describes the appearance of the system of public meeting places between the buildings, which resembles stretched out chewing gum. The area has been divided into five building strips, separated by four green ‘polder corridors’, confined within the green borders of the area. This has been done in reference to the historic polder structure of the area; it lends orientation to the old landscape and restores the elongated sightlines of the area.
The former Kruislaan (from the tunnel) has been renamed 'Science Park'. This and Carolina Mac Gillavrylaan are the main roads through the area. Both roads connect the park to the neighbouring Oost/Watergraafsmeer urban district.
The area boasts a number of research and IT facilities and catering establishments. The Universum sports centre is located next to the Faculty of Science building.