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Broekergouw 4 1027AH Amsterdam

Asking price € 1.695.000 

Year of construction
Floor space
467 m²
Number of rooms
Lot size
8.420 m²


It may look like Waterland, but it is still called Amsterdam! This special object stands on almost 1 hectare (approx. 8,420 m2) of private land. There is a lot of everything! The whole comprises a huge detached house, 4 huge garages / units, a barn with horse boxes, 4 residential units in the part attached to the house and land, lots of land. In total, the building volume is over 2700 m3. In recent years everything has been renovated and partially realized. The possibilities are endless. Consult the Municipality and the zoning plan for the possibilities and limitations.


Ground floor house:
Through the side entrance we enter a spacious hall with access to a multifunctional room with its own toilet, the utility room with heat source and washing connections, a spacious bedroom with walk-in closet and an intermediate space with toilet and access to the garden. Through the space in between we enter the semi-open kitchen, followed by a huge living and dining room. The kitchen has an L-shaped arrangement with various equipment. Finally, we find a small hall with the original entrance from which the bathroom can be reached. The bathroom has a shower, sink and toilet.

1st floor:
With the stairs from the last mentioned hall we reach the landing with access to three good bedrooms.

Lean-to / outbuilding:
The outbuilding is divided into different living areas and a spacious storage room. In the side wall is an access to the staircase with access to two units on the first floor, access to a large storage room and access to an independent 'studio' living unit. At the rear is access to the second independent 'studio' living unit. Both 'studios' have a sanitary room with shower and toilet and a kitchen layout. Both units on the floor have a kitchen and bathroom with shower, sink and toilet. It is a 2 and 3 room living unit.

Detached outbuilding:
At the front adjacent to the Broekergouw is a large building with 4 garages and a storage room. All garages / work areas can be used independently.

The house with outbuildings stands on approximately 8,420 m2 of land, which is almost completely enclosed. It is, as it were, on an 'island'. Behind is a large piece of open pasture where goats or other animals can graze and the view is 'endless'.

- Ca. 8.420 m2 OWN GROUND
- Preparations for a heat pump
- Detached house
- Sufficient parking space on site
- The destination is agricultural / rural North
- Within the current destination, living with multiple households is not possible.
Possibly a change of destination can be requested from the municipality but this is up to the buyer.
- Energy label A, valid until 18-12-2030
- Delivery in consultation

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Entry date
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement


Type of house/apartment
Country house
Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
467 m²
Lot size
8.420 m²


Total number of rooms
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MVA neighbourhood information: Waterland

Surrounded by meadows Broek in Waterland seems to be a real farming village. However it used to be a small port village, where captains and rich merchants lived during the 17th century. Their money made Broek in Waterland one of the most prosperous villages of Waterland. These merchants built big houses with beautiful interiors, some of these monumental houses are still in their original state.

Broekergouw 4 1027AH Amsterdam

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