For rent: De Genestetlaan, 2522 LL The Hague

€1,650 /mo
Type of residence Apartment, upstairs apartment, apartment
Liveable area 110 m²
Acceptance Immediately

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General

SPECIALTIES
- available immediately;
- furnished
- ideally located to public transport and international organizations such as the European Patent Office, SHELL, KPN, TechMahindra ed.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
- The rent is € 1.650,- excl. p.m.
- The rent is excluding gas/light/water
- Deposit € 3.300,-
- Available immediately
- Maximum rental period: 24 months
- Modern furnishing
- Do... More info
  • Features

    All characteristics
    Type of residence Apartment, upstairs apartment, apartment
    Construction period 1939
    Status Available
    Offered since 28 January 2020
  • Location

Features

Offer
Reference number 01624
Asking price €1,650 per month (furnished, upholstered, indexed)
Deposit €3,300
Furnishing Yes
Furnishing Furnished
Acceptance Immediately
Offered since 28 January 2020
Last updated 03 February 2020
Construction
Type of residence Apartment, upstairs apartment, apartment
Floor 2nd floor
Type of construction Existing estate
Construction period 1939
Surfaces and content
Effective area 110 m²
Content 290 m³
Mapping
Number of floors 1
Number of rooms 4 of which (3 bedrooms)
Number of bathrooms 1 (and 1 separate toilet)
Outdoors
Location Near public transport
Features
Water heating Central heating system
Has a balcony Yes

Definition

SPECIALTIES
- available immediately;
- furnished
- ideally located to public transport and international organizations such as the European Patent Office, SHELL, KPN, TechMahindra ed.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
- The rent is € 1.650,- excl. p.m.
- The rent is excluding gas/light/water
- Deposit € 3.300,-
- Available immediately
- Maximum rental period: 24 months
- Modern furnishing
- Double glazing
- Housing permit is not applicable

NEIGHBOURHOOD
Just a stone’s throw from the city centre, where the Hague inner harbour once was, is a diverse district with a no-nonsense character: Laakkwartier and Spoorwijk.
In recent years the area has undergone a great deal of development. Key features in the district include the Haagse Hogeschool and the ROC Mondriaan. They are at the centre of the thriving student life in The Hague. Almost half of the residents in the district are between the ages of 20 and 45. The population is made up of many different cultures, but there is a striking core of authentic ‘Hagenaren’ who have been living here for a long time ,sometimes generations, and who are strongly attached to their neighbourhood.
In the coming years there is going to be much development in the area around the old Hague inner harbour (Laakhaven), which will provide plenty of space for living, working and relaxing. The historic cranes on both sides of the water and the RAC halls (formerly Rijks Automobiel Centrale) recall the industrial history of this area. This will become a true haven for pioneers, starters, students and global citizens. There will be attractive and affordable housing, and space for individuals to build on their own plot. There will even be a marina with city apartments and large live/work dwellings on the quay.Goeverneurlaan is the district’s central axis, with shops, supermarkets and restaurants housed in Berlage architecture. More and more entrepreneurs are coming here who are focused on the young people of the district. You’re in the city centre in no time with your bike. If you want to relax, you can go to the Hof van Heden, a beautiful city garden, or you can hop on your bike and ride to one of the old parks in Rijswijk. If you’ve green fingers but no garden of your own, you can rent an allotment on Hildebrandplein.
(https://wonenindenhaag.nl/)

PUBLIC TRANSPORT AND HIGHWAYS
Bus 22 and 29 in the direction of station Rijswijk and Tram 1

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