Charming canal house with an excellent layout for a family. Listed national heritage property with a beautiful neck gable, spanning a total of 167 sqm gross floor area and 5 well-configured levels with a total of 7 rooms.
Stone steps to the building. Hall with antique marble flooring. Living room with a section with a tall ceiling and a large window at the front. At the rear, windows overlooking the atrium. This level includes a bathroom with a shower, sink and toilet. The basement floor can be accessed from inside and a private street entrance. This level encompasses a kitchen/lounge with countless fitted cabinets and room for a large dining table.
The first floor features a front room with a view of Amstel river and a back room overlooking the atrium. Central bathroom with a shower, sink and toilet.
The second floor also features a front room and a back room and a central bathroom with a shower and a sink. There is a separate restroom off the landing with a toilet and a washbasin.
The third floor is an open-plan attic space with a living room at the front and a bright kitchen in the extension at the rear. The roof deck situated on top of this extension can be accessed via the dormer.
Just under the roof ridge is a storage area, accessible via a hatch.
The property is in Amsterdam's city center on Amstel river, nearby the corner of Keizersgracht and Kerkstraat.
An exceptionally appealing area with a wide range of lovely shops on Utrechtsestraat, within walking distance of bustling Amstelveld and around the corner from the Asvo-school.
Excellent connectivity by public transportation via trams 4 and 10 on Frederiksplein and Utrechtsestraat. Equally favorable location relative to Amstel station and the metro station on Wibautstraat and Weteringcircuit.
Gross residential floor area ca. 167 sqm
Usable residential floor area ca. 130 sqm (NEN:2580)
Listed national heritage property (Rijksmonument)
Patio and terrace
For more information about potential subsidies, please consult the website of Nationaal Monumenten Portaal, Restauratiefonds and Rijksdienst voor het Cultureel Erfgoed.
The Measurement Code is based on NEN2580 standards. The Measurement Code is intended to ensure a more universal survey method for indicating total net internal area (usable floor area). The Measurement Code cannot fully preclude discrepancies between individual surveys, due to e.g. differences regarding interpretation, rounding and restrictions to conducting measurement surveys.
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