Located in Dordrecht, this beautiful apartment is located in the Vossiusstraat. The apartment has a living area of 57 m2 and was built in 1939. Dordrecht is close to Rotterdam. This is a child-friendly neighbourhood with relatively many families. The neighbourhood has a rather large number of young residents between the ages of 25 and 44. Furthermore, it is a relatively quiet neighbourhood considering the population density. The house is easily accessible with many amenities nearby. It is located within cycling distance of the centre of Dordrecht, walking distance from a supermarket. In addition, the nearest exit road is only a 2-minute drive away. \*\*\*The apartment will be furnished at arrival\*\*\* - The deposit is 1x the monthly rent and will be refunded after the final inspection, provided no damage or other defects are found. - One-off payment €968 / no refund: additional costs - Houserules: hygienic, music instruments only with the use of a headphone. - Not allowed: visitors, smoking, pets - registration allowed Registration with the municipality is permitted. As soon as you become a tenant, it is important that you provide your proof of identity and registration to an educational institution and/or proof of employment. Please send us a message with a short and personal description of yourself. State the following: nationality (origin), age, education/work and location, hobbies, and maximum budget. Please be aware that HousingAnywhere is an online booking platform. Therefore exchanging contact details and offering viewings is not possible. If you would like to reserve the room, send me a booking request or message me with any further questions. If you want the room, send a booking request to reserve the room! University-educated international students/expats | are welcome! We are forward to meeting you in Dordrecht
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