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Brouwersgracht 244 E 1013HE Amsterdam

Asking price € 475.000 

Year of construction
Floor space
76 m²
Number of rooms


Located on a triple A city centre location, bordering the famous Jordaan, we are delighted to offer you this cosy –recently renovated- 2 room (1 bed) appartement for sale.

The apartment is situated in the back of an old warehouse (state monument) on Brouwersgracht and can be accessed both through the Mouthaansteeg and via Brouwersgracht. The building has a small elevator.

There is a store room on the ground level with direct access to the Mouthaansteeg

The apartment was recently renovated to a high standard and has a 2016 kitchen with all appliances as well as a recent bathroom and lavatory. The apartment is bright thanks to the many windows and the white high gloss floors. The height of the ceiling is approx. 2 meters under the beams.

The neigbourhood and surroundings are fantastic. The Mouthaansteeg gives you acces to the populair Haarlemmerdijk and Haarlemmerstreet. The Lindengracht and Noordermarkt are practically on the other side of the street. All amenities are closeby, either on foot or by bike. Naturally this also applies to the public transportation.

Currently a number of parking spaces are being offered for sale in one of the next door buildings. These are offered by a third party and are not part of this specific offer.

-Ready to move in
-Living space: 76,1 m2 (NEN2580 measured)
-Store room: 4,4 m2
-Freehold (no landlease!)
-Central heating unit (2016)
-Community fee: Eur. 200 per month
-Fiscal value (WOZ): Eur. 506.000
-Quick delivery possible
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Year of construction

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Floor space
76 m²


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MVA neighbourhood information: Haarlemmerbuurt

Haarlemmerbuurt is a long drawn-out area between the Jordaan and the West Islands. The Haarlemmerstraat is the most important part of this neighbourhood as it is a well-known shopping area in Amsterdam. The Haarlemmerbuurt stands out for its mix of living, working and recreational area.

Brouwersgracht 244 E 1013HE Amsterdam

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