Unique loft in old monastery close to Amsterdam city centre

Unique loft in old monastery close to Amsterdam city centre

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1 Bedrooms
Sleeps 3
1 Bathrooms
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Our home

Our place is an unique loft in old monastery with loads of space, open areas (so not suitable for families with small kids!), two floors connected by open stairs, situated in trendy and cosmopolitan part of town (De Pijp). Design interior with color and light and spacious bathroom and tub. Modern kitchen, wonderful roof terrace and and own little monastery tower as seen on the first picture. Real Amsterdam monument!

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Who we are

  1. I, a psychologist working in management consultancy and just publized my second book and my partner (both 58) are looking for several forms of home exchange: anything from a long weekend to 10 days - 6 weeks in European urban and rural destinations and 2 - 3 weeks periods - or even longer in USA or Canada.

    Starting 2019 our plans are completely open so if you are planning further ahead, please feel free to suggest exchanges at any time. Have done a few really long exchanges (six weeks to three months) while working on a book, so always open to that.

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The monastery is situated in 'De Pijp', a part of Amsterdam centre-south, at walking distance from Van Gogh Museum and 'Rijksmuseum' De Pijp was the first modern city development in Amsterdam at the end of the 19th century. Nowadays De Pijp is known as the perfect example of multicultural society. People from all over the world live here: young and old, students and artists. The main streets in the Pijp are Albert Cuypstraat, famous for its market and Ferdinand Bolstraat. Around these roads you'll find many exotic restaurants and a typical Amsterdam pub is located at just about every corner.

If you are going to stay longer in Amsterdam, do realize that a weekend trip to Paris is only 3,5 hours by train and there are several cheap flights to London and Berlin. Amsterdam Schiphol Airport is within easy reach from the monastery.

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