FOR RENT IN THE HEART CENTER THE LAST APARTMENT IN ALKMAAR RIJSKMONUMENT THE OLDEST EXISTS COURTYARD OF ALKMAAR.
Huis van Zessen, founded in 1510, is the oldest, still existing courtyard. It was intended for six old Catholic men. The last destination was the property part of the city hall complex.
The façade was rebuilt in neoclassical style in the 19th century. From that period are the great empire windows and plaster block. Inside are several rooms in Neo-Renaissance style: the main hall (1910) and the regent chamber (1922).
The courtyard, a national monument, is located in the center of Alkmaar in the Schoutenstraat between the Langestraat and Laat.
The property has been renovated inside and outside in a unique building with eight apartments. Some of them will retain the monumental status.
It is in this case to the apartment on the ground floor at the front, one of the so-called style rooms. In addition there are in many authentic details present on the walls and ceiling. It is a large and high space of over 45 m2 with a beautiful fireplace. Next to the living room is de spacious bedroom.Through the hallway you enter the kitchen, followed by the bathroom. The kitchen is equipped with appliances: fridge, dishwasher, ceramic hob with extractor fan and a microwave. The bathroom has a sink, shower and toilet. There is a separate room for the washer and dryer.
The minimum rental period regards one year;
The price is excluding energy costs and cable TV with internet from € 175,-;
Not suitable for a situation with pets or children;
Deposit equals one month rent.
Nearby are plenty of paid parking provided, inter alia, in the Singel garage. This is done through a permit from the municipality.
Behind the complex is a shared courtyard and on the first floor is a shared balcony. There is a bicycle storage room for all residents.
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