Sunny apartment in Bos en Lommer, build in 2012, completely furnished.
The apartment is situated on the 10th floor, so the view is magnificent. A park directly in front of you, a daily market around the corner.
Affordable per week, cheap per month!
The groundplan measures 3.79 meters x 7.86 meters (gross floor 30 m2, net floor 28 m2) and is furnished according to a plan by a professional architect. Despite the small surface, you will experience a spacious apartment.
There are two sleeping places: a folding bedstead (200 x 140 centimeters) and a folding couch (200 x 70 centimeters). Duvet, pillows and sheets are available.
Fully equipped kitchen with refrigerator, microwave, oven, pots & pans & everything else you need to make a quick lunch or a complete dinner.
Private bath room with toilet and shower.
In the basement there is a laundry, that only costs €2,50 to €3,00 including washing powder. You can make a reservation for one of the machines from your studio.
There is a fast internet connection (fiberglass, 20 mB up and down).
Interaction with guests
You will have complete privacy. But since I live around the corner, I will be happy to help you out if you need something.
Other things to note
I have got two public transport cards (ov-chipkaart) available. With the cards you check in and out on buses, trams, metros and even trains.
You can charge the public transport cards in supermarkets, like Dirk van den Broek on the Bos en Lommerplein 1 (around the corner). The charging facility only accepts European bank cards, no credit cards. If you don’t have a bank card, you can get your public transport cards charged at the counter of railway station Sloterdijk for cash.
I expect you to use the studio in a decent and proper way. You are submitted to the bylaws of the home owner association, which guarantee mutual interests like no hammering and loud music between 10 pm and 7 am.
Freelance journalist Tijs van den Boomen is specialized in public space, the domain ranging from motorways to city centers and from industrial areas to shopping malls.
He publishes in national newspapers (NRC Handelsblad, Het Parool) and magazines (De Groene Amsterdammer, S+RO). He wrote books about the E3 (the European highway from Finland to Portugal), art on roundabouts, shopping & control space as well as an alternative travel guide to Holland.
His last production is a longread on an African car, the Turtle 1.