Historic Delfshaven in Rotterdam is the place where you can eat, drink, go out, make city walks and enjoy art and culture. The neighborhood is becoming increasingly popular. There is a lot of new constructions, many buildings are renovated. A diverse and multicultural area, located just outside the city, but in the middle of life.
This apartment is located on the Mathenesserdijk on the ground floor. But from the first floor on the Spangesekade, you have the Delfshavense schie in front of you. That means that from the living room and the kitchen you have a beautiful view over the Delfshavense Schie where you can see a lot of boats going back and forth all day long. Both freight and pleasure vessels.
You enter the appartment through an enclosed porch after which you immediately enter the living room. The natural light in the appartment will pull you to the windows, where you can take a look at the Delfshavense Schie. Where something always happens on the water, and also on the other side of the Delfshavense Schie on the Aelbrechtskade all day long. You can see the crowds, but thanks to the glazing you hear almost nothing, and strangely enough that gives a kind of peace. You do not get bored quickly. Then we go further into the open and stylish kitchen, with a built-in refrigerator, dishwasher, oven and gas stove. Furthermore, the kitchen consists of a large dining table suitable for four people.
Opposite to the kitchen you enter the spacious living room which you can close off with a sliding panel. A nice room with a seating area, where you can relax and do as you like.
Furthermore, the apartment has 2 bedrooms. On the 2nd and 3rd floor are the bedrooms. Finally, the bathroom is equipped with a bathtub and a sink. The washer is also located in the bathroom. In addition, there is a separate toilet including a fountain.
– Minimum rental period = 1 month
– Not suitable for students
– No elevator
|Tram||Tramline 4, 8, 21, 23, 24|
- Including utilities
- Washing machine
The neighborhood Nieuwe Westen
Middelland and the New West, built in the first decades of the twentieth century, are mixed multicultural districts where stately avenues, busy shopping streets, streets with public housing and busy traffic routes alternate. Het Nieuwe Westen is a special mix of living with metropolitan style and typical working-class neighborhoods. The stately Heemraadssingel and the casual Pupillenstraat can be found in this district. The New West is the largest district of the area.More info about Nieuwe Westen