A beautiful two room apartment on the Lage Rijndijk in Leiden of 55 m2.
The living room is 20.5m2 and there is 1 bedroom of 7.5m2.
The apartment is near the center, within walking distance there are shops, restaurants and supermarkets.
It is an independent living space and is unfurnished.
The apartment is available for working tenants or a working couple. No pets are allowed in the apartment. This is a non-smoking property.
The apartment is located on the 1st floor and the entrance of the apartment is 5m2.
The living room of 20.5m2. is located at the rear of the building and the bedroom of 7,5m2 on the side. There is an open kitchen of 7.75m2. and is equipped with gas hob, oven, extractor, fridge and microwave.
The bathroom is 6.75 and is equipped with a sink, shower and bathtub.
Separate room for the washing machine.
The apartment is located near the center of Leiden. The train station is a 15-minute bike ride away. The nearest shops are 10 minutes by bike.
Rental price: € 835.00 excluding.
Advance payment for gas, water and electricity: 125.00
Cable and Internet: 25.00 and service costs are 65.00 per month.
Total rent: 1050.00.
Deposit is 1 month rent and the minimum rental term for this property is 12 months.
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- Copy of passport tenant and residents (if applicable)
- Copy of employment contract or employer's statement with income data (last 2 salary strips)
The historic city center of Leiden is the second largest in the Netherlands. Old canals and quays, small alleys, courtyards and historic buildings determine the image. Here you will find all kinds of urban amenities in a compact area together. The Inner City is a densely populated urban district. The City Center has some good access roads. Residents must apply for a parking permit. The A4 and A44 to Amsterdam and The Hague are easy to reach.
Almost all city and intercity buses pass through the city center of Leiden. A stop is always within walking distance. From here you can quickly and easily get anywhere in Leiden and the surrounding area. Every few minutes a bus goes to the Central Station of Leiden, from where you can travel to The Hague and Schiphol within 15 minutes, and in less than half an hour to Amsterdam, Rotterdam and Utrecht.