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Blauwburgwal 7 II 1015AS Amsterdam

Asking price € 945.000 

Year of construction
Floor space
132 m²
Number of rooms


Large double upper house with sunny roof terrace in a listed canal house in a prime location in Amsterdam city centre. The building dates back to the 17th century, has a 19th century straight cornice, is freehold and overlooks no less than three canals! The interior has been fully renovated to a high standard of finish in 2016. The roof has a new roof structure, new rafters and an insulated roof cowling. The bedroom at the front has a high ceiling up to the ridge height; at the rear, the attic provides lots of storage space. The south-west facing roof terrace borders on the living room; during the summer, you can enjoy the sun here from the early morning to the late evening. The foundation was fully renewed around 2006.

Entrance on the ground floor, stairs leading up to the first floor. Entrance door to the second floor.
Second floor: hall with wardrobe and toilet with small washbasin. The French doors lead to the large living room at the front with a fireplace and windows overlooking the canal. The front of the apartment has enough width to create an extra bedroom or study (please see extra floorplan based with alternative layout). At the rear the kitchen diner and the roof terrace. The property is extremely bright and airy due to the large windows in four sides of the house. The wooden flooring (largely original) is painted white. The ceiling between the beams is insulated.

The luxurious Italian design kitchen (Linea Quattro) is extremely large and has a deep worktop and is approx. 6 meters long. The kitchen has a gas cooker (5 burners), Quooker, dishwasher, freezer and two lower cabinets with refrigerated drawers. During the renovation in 2016 fitted (china) cabinets were created in the kitchen diner, creating lots of storage space. The French doors from the dining room lead out to the spacious terrace, which is large enough for a table and chairs and a comfortable couch and overlooks the 17th century clandestine church De Zon. This terrace really is an extended living room during long summer days.

The hall has fitted stairs leading up to the third floor. The dormer window at the top of the stairs provides lots of light, creating a bright landing which has access to the all the rooms.
The front bedroom runs along the full width of the property, exposing the original beam structure in the attic. The large walk-in wardrobe has also been created at the front. Bathroom with bath, double washbasin and walk-in shower with rain shower and hand shower. The bathroom also has windows.
The second bedroom is situated at the rear. The second toilet is located just off the landing and includes a small washbasin and the washing machine connection.
The loft ladder on the landing provides access to the solid attic which has lots of storage space.

- Luxurious double upper house of 132 m2, renovated to a high standard
- The property is freehold
- Largely insulated glass
- Luxurious and spacious kitchen
- New bathroom
- Possibility to create an exta bedroom or study
- Storage attic (floor area approx. 7,76 x 1,91 m)
- Listed property
- The Owners’ Association has 3 members, privately managed
- Parking permit required; no waiting list
- The foundation was renewed around 2006
- Delivery in consultation
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Floor space
132 m²


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