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Bloemgracht 71 - F 1016KG Amsterdam

Asking price € 2.795.000 

Year of construction
Floor space
260 m²
Number of rooms


Live on one of the most beautiful canals of Amsterdam in the middle of the Jordaan, on the quiet and monumental Bloemgracht. This unique apartment comprises 260m2 living surface and a south-facing terrace of 12m2 (NEN2580 measurement report available). The elevator has a stop and entrance on both the 3rd and 4th floor and is completely accessible without thresholds. There is also the possibility of buying an individual parking spot in the Gillis van Lederberchstraat within a distance of 5 minutes by bike or 10 minutes on foot. Amazingly light due to row of skylights and forming part of a monumental new apartment complex built in 2008 based on a design of the architect Sjoerd Soeters.
The apartment has a multifunctional layout in which living, working and hobbies are simply and organically interconnected. The existing layout contains two bedrooms and a study. However, while maintaining the study, two extra bedrooms can easily be realised (see floorplan with alternative layout). The front with a width of 11.4 m with 7 windows facing the canal and an open space with skylights provides a lovely light and spacious living area. The back of the apartment and the terrace are south-facing.

3rd floor: Via the elevator access to the entrance (shared with 1 other apartment) hall with toilet, previously three rooms now a 55m2 study with open fire place and open space at the front. This area has 7 windows facing the canal and a wall painting by Gijs Frieling. On the rear side a 20m2 large bedroom, wardrobe and spacious and fully-equipped bathroom with an oval Villeroy and Bosch bathtub, Hans Grohe taps, walk-in shower, double sink, built-in lighting fixtures. There is also a spacious storage area on this floor.

4th floor: via the elevator entrance to this floor and internally connected by means of a beautiful design stairway with a plateau. A very spacious living room / dining room with a large luxurious open kitchen (Bulthaup). The kitchen is equipped with SubZero double wine climate cabinets, a stainless steel Wolf gas/electric stove (4 burners, Teppan-Yaki grill and 2 ovens), SubZero fridge/freezer with ice cube machine and a Quooker. The beautiful wooden floor, fire place and lovely natural light create both an intimate and light space. This room extends into a separate sitting room with an adjacent south-facing terrace of 12m2. The terrace is equipped with a sun shade and offers a view of the Westertoren. Separate access to a guest unit with a large bedroom and a complete separate bathroom (over 20m2). This floor also contains a guest toilet and a storage area.

Situated in the heart of the Jordan on a quiet canal close to the Westermarkt, the Nine Streets and the Noordermarkt. The are many lovely cafés and restaurants, fashion shops, sports facilities, delicatessens as well as supermarkets in this area.
It is a 20-minute walk from the apartment to the Central Station. There are tram stops on the corner on the Marnixstraat and Rozengracht and exit roads to the A-10/s 105 are nearby so that, for example, Schiphol Airport can be reached in 25 minutes by car or 35 minutes by public transport.

- Living surface 260m2 (NEN2580 measurement report available)
- Gross surface area approx. 272 m2
- Freehold
- Year of construction: 2008
- Elevator with stops at both floors
- Energy label A up to 30 October 2028, Energy efficient due to solar panels
- Two open fireplaces
- Floor heating
- Very high quality kitchen and kitchen appliances
- Alternative layout with 3rd and 4th bedroom
- Service fee € 310.44 a month
- 318/1915th share in the apartment complex
- Velzel VVE services in the administrator
- Balance reserve fund as of 31-12-2019 € 32,000.
- Parking spot situated in a recently built garage for sale for € 61,000 costs payable by purchaser
- Service fee parking places € 36 per month per space (VVE de Binderij, managed by Newomij).
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Upper-floor apartment
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Year of construction

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Floor space
260 m²


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The Jordaan is one of the most well-known neighbourhoods in Amsterdam. It is an amazing area to live, go out and have some fun. The Jordaan’s best features are created by their history, the residents and its urban character. Within the Jordaan you can find several small streets with beautifully restored buildings, there are plazas and public gardens, but also canals and streets where you can find marketplaces and small shops. These attractive features of the Jordaan can mostly be found on the North side of this neighbourhood, the southern part is in comparison to the North more described as residential area.

Bloemgracht 71 - F 1016KG Amsterdam

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