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Bloemgracht 193 - hs 1016KP Amsterdam

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119 m²
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A unique opportunity! Five exceptionally high-quality renovated and luxuriously finished state-of-the-art apartments located along Bloemgracht, one of the most attractive and pleasant canals of Amsterdam’s Jordaan district, with phenomenal, unrestricted views of the Bloemgracht and Lijnbaansgracht canals. The keywords for these exceptionally high-quality apartments are: unique, spectacular, comfort. The apartments exude a sense of luxury and warmth and have been finished down to the finest details with the most beautiful high-quality materials according to a design created by Interior Studio van Maanen and developed by Doorschodt Onroerend Goed.

The beautiful 17th century freehold property is located on Bloemgracht in Amsterdam’s vibrant Jordaan district. Bloemgracht is one of the most attractive and well-known canals of Amsterdam. This canal connects Prinsengracht to Lijnbaansgracht and runs equidistantly between Nieuwe Leliestraat and Bloemstraat in vibrant Amsterdam-Centrum, the city’s innermost borough. The canal was named after Bolwerk de Bloem, later known as Rijkeroord, a tower mill that stood there from 1614 and was moved to Haarlemmerweg in 1878.

Bloemgracht is a peaceful canal in the midst of Amsterdam’s vibrant centre. Many dyeworks were located on Bloemgracht, even Rembrandt van Rijn had a studio here. It is therefore one of the most characteristic canals of Amsterdam. Bloemgracht is part of the Jordaan district. This area is known for its relaxed atmosphere and agreeable residents. Elandsgracht, Westerstraat, Haarlemmerdijk and the Nine Streets are within walking distance. Many quality stores, little boutiques, supermarkets for daily shopping, good restaurants and hip coffee shops are in the immediate vicinity, as are the well-known Zaterdagmarkt (food market) and Biologische Markt (farmers’ market). The exceptional property is easily accessible via public transport and is just a few minutes from the A10 motorway.
Bloemgracht 193- supporting corbel

The stunning ground floor apartment of ca. 115 m² with a garden of ca. 15 m² has its own entrance via a stately staircase on the ground floor. Tidy hallway with wardrobe. You sense the luxurious feel of the apartment as soon as you enter. The apartment is equipped with plastered walls, luxury round, trimless downlights and appealing herringbone parquet flooring with underfloor heating throughout. The large living room at the front end offers a gorgeous view of Bloemgracht.

The spectacular modern, open-plan kitchen is fitted with a stunning marble worktop, customised built-in cupboards and various high-quality integrated appliances such as a Quooker tap, Bora induction hob with extractor and wine climate cabinet.

The kitchen gives access to the hallway with neat built-in cupboard which houses the boiler and connection for washing machine/dyer. This space also offers access to a separate toilet with beautiful vanity unit.

Patio doors provide access to the wonderful south-facing balcony of ca. 6 m², which overlooks Bloemgracht’s quiet courtyard gardens with many chattering birds such as the house sparrow, the robin and the occasional nuthatch.

The wide staircase takes you to the sleeping quarters in the basement, with plenty of light and sufficient headroom. This floor has two large bedrooms with customised built-in cupboards, a study/nursery and two bathrooms, of which one is equipped with a bath with shower and double wash basin, and the other with a walk-in shower and wash basin. The chic bathrooms radiate a sense of luxury and comfort and are finished with incredibly beautiful design taps and appealing and warm, ambient tiles.

The back bedroom and the study/nursery both have doors to the beautiful landscaped garden. The lush, welcoming garden is a delightfully peaceful spot to relax in the midst of Amsterdam’s vibrant Jordaan.
The fantastic ground floor home exudes a sense of luxury and warmth and has been finished down to the finest details with the most beautiful high-quality materials.

Construction of this superb, unique project is in full swing. Completion is scheduled for October 2020. An appointment to view the apartments can be arranged. A visit to the developer, Doorschodt Onroerend Goed, to view the options for materials and colours, can also be arranged. It is also possible to view another project by the same developer that has already been completed to get an idea of the luxurious, high standard of the finished product.

• Five exceptionally high-quality renovated luxury apartments according to a design created by Interior Studio van Maanen and developed by Doorschodt Onroerend Goed;
• Surface areas vary from ca. 55 m² to ca. 115 m²;
• Situated in a top location in the vibrant Jordaan district;
• Freehold property;
• State-of-the-art turnkey, high-end finish including flooring, plastering, built-in downlights, underfloor heating and video intercom system;
• Water pressure installation for extra water pressure;
• Energy rating A;
• Homeowners’ Association is established and registered at the Chamber of Commerce;
• Designated notary: Buma Algera Notariaat;
• Subject to acceptance by the vendor;
• Completion scheduled for October 2020.

The information contained in this submission has been carefully composed. We do not however accept liability for any incomplete inaccurate or otherwise misleading information or the consequences thereof. All specified measurements and surface areas are indicative. The buyer is obliged to conduct an investigation of all matters relating to the property that they deem important. For this property, the realtor shall advise the seller.
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