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Brouwersgracht 192 C 1013HC Amsterdam

Rental price € 2.600 per month

Year of construction
Floor space
130 m²
Number of rooms


In the middle of the Jordaan on the Brouwersgracht we offer this renovated,unfurnished apartment.
The old ware house is divided in apartments and this one is located on the 1st floor.

The property is situated at an excellent location in the historic centre of Amsterdam and in the middle of the Jordaan. A wide variety of cozy cafés, restaurants, terraces and boutiques are nearby. Cinema The Movies and the shops on Haarlemmerdijk are within walking distance. On Saturday and Monday there are three markets within walking distance (Lindengracht, Noordermarkt and Lapjesmarkt). The Westerpark is around the corner with a lot of greenery and a rich cultural offer. The apartment is well accessible via the A10 and public transport, Amsterdam C.S. is within walking distance.

Lay out:
Communal entrance on the ground floor with a communal bicycle storage. By communal stairs to the 1st floor.
Entrance to the apartment, spacious hall way with closet space. Guest toilet.
At the front of the house you can find the large living room with wooden floor, modern open kitchen which is fully equipped. There is a working fire place and the ceiling has still the original beams.

A patio in the middle of the building, view on the guest room.
This room has also wooden floors and the original beams, small sink in this bedroom.

Then by stairs to the lower level. Here is the master bedroom with access to the patio, The new bathroom has a bath, shower and toilet. In the hall way, lots of cupboard space.

On this floor, also access to the communal hall way.

- Location
- Unfurnished
- Renovated
- Patio

This information has been compiled by us with the necessary care. No liability is accepted for any incompleteness, incorrectness or otherwise, or consequences thereof. All sizes and dimensions are indicative.

Published measurements are not NEN measured.
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Floor space
130 m²


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