Last apartment for sale in the Pearl of the Jordaan, development by SOM Amsterdam
Unique design of 97 m2 with direct access by LIFT in the apartment. The house has two bedrooms and attractive original beams, tasteful herringbone walnut wooden parquet floor, luxury bathroom and deep balcony.
Wonderfully light apartment with many windows, atmospheric mezzanine and common layout!
The property is part of a small-scale and luxury renovation project De Diamant.
3rd FLOOR + ENTRESOL
Living room, dining room
Two bedrooms (walls to be placed as desired)
Study room on mezzanine, beautiful roof construction
Living space approx. 97 m² (including mezzanine)
Entrance 11 m²
Balcony 5 m²
Elevator with private entrance in the home
Wooden floor (herringbone, Pacific Walnut)
Designer kitchen with appliances
Bathroom with handmade cupboards
Storage cupboard on the ground floor
View of Westertoren
In 'De Diamant', three lofts of approximately 78 to 95 m² with outside space will be sold. The upstairs apartments have windows on three sides, with a unique unobstructed view of Madelievenplein. The impressive building that once served as a diamond mill has been completely redeveloped and is delivered turnkey.
Van Kodde Architecten designed the houses in a modern way while retaining original elements. The interior design of Diana van den Boomen includes luxury materials and beautiful color combinations.
For more information, visit the website of the diamond-amsterdam. NL
De Diamant is located in the lee of the historic city center on a quiet square. The Jordaan is just 150 meters away. Browse among the cafés and restaurants on Tweede Tuindwarsstraat. Or go shopping at the (organic) farmers' market at the foot of the Noorderkerk. Boutiques, creative workplaces, sports and yoga studios, they are all within walking distance. De Diamant is easily accessible via Central Station or with trams 3, 5, buses 18 and 21.
Diamond cutting company "Elise" dates from 1880. At that time there was such a large supply of rough diamonds that the diamonds were processed within diamond cutting companies. The director (originally engraver) rented the mills to diamond cutters. The grindery is probably named after Elisabeth, the director's wife. At the end of the 19th century, the diamond industry was one of the largest industries in Amsterdam. The building is slightly inspired by the Neo-Renaissance architectural style with industrial features.
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