PLEASE NOTE: your viewing request will only be processed after receipt of a completed application form! More information can be found at the bottom of this text.
FOR RENT in Broek op Langedijk this nice two-room apartment, located on the first floor. The building is a monumental old post office which has been transformed into seven apartments; each with a unique layout. Inside you can taste plenty of atmosphere through the high ceilings and you have a lot of light through the windows on both sides. The village has many amenities and a convenient location in relation to Heerhugowaard and Alkmaar. There is plenty of nature around the village. The apartment is rented unfurnished with a laminate floor and window coverings. The house is rented unfurnished.
Through the entrance on the ground floor and via stairs to the first floor you walk to the front door of the apartment. The spacious hall has space for the washing machine and dryer, then you enter the hall with access to all rooms. There is a bedroom at the rear, a bathroom with sink and shower and a separate toilet. The living room and the corner kitchen together form a cozy living space with enough space for a sitting and dining area. Due to the high windows on two sides there is a lot of light. The beautiful wood-colored kitchen is equipped with a fridge-freezer, induction hob, combi oven and extractor.
At the front door there is a spacious terrace of no less than 25 m2 and on the ground floor there is a large storage room.
- Rent is INCLUDING reimbursement for upholstery and user contribution to the Association of owners;
- Rent is excluding energy costs and cable TV / internet;
- Minimum rental period of one year with option to extend.
Looking for a playful apartment in the cozy Broek op Langedijk? Please send a completed application form to us by email (email@example.com). The application form can be found on our website www.072wonen.nl, under the tab 'hire'. Or you can drop by at our office at Kanaalkade 16 in Alkmaar. We will then assess whether you are eligible, followed by an invitation for a viewing or a rejection.