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Brouwersgracht 182 I 1013HC Amsterdam

Asking price € 500.000 

Year of construction
Floor space
72 m²
Number of rooms


This modern and well-maintained loft of no less than 71.5 m is situated in the center of the city, in a unique location in the Jordaan. Located on the fourth floor, at the front of the Brouwersgracht with a beautiful view of, among others, the Westertoren, the Prinsen- and the Lindengracht.

The facade still dates from the 16th century. The apartments were built in the 90's.

The layout of the house is as follows;

Common entrance: You enter the house through the common hall with the mailboxes. There you will find the stairwell.

Fourth floor:
You reach the fourth floor with the easy-to-walk stairs. This floor is divided into two apartments, one at the rear and one at the front. Nr. 182-i is on the charming front!

The loft with the exposed beams is playfully divided by room dividers; an entrance, bedroom and living room. The entrance is sufficiently spacious for wardrobe options and placing a cupboard.

The bedroom area offers access to the beautiful bathroom (2.89 m x 1.94 m). The only space in the apartment that can be closed with a sliding door. The white tiled bathroom, located at the rear, has a spacious bath, separate rain shower, washbasin, floating wall closet, design radiator and recessed lighting.

The spacious front room (8.08 m x 5.49 m) at the front has a beautiful white corner kitchen (2003) with a wooden counter top. In the kitchen, milk glass is placed in front of the light in a wall. The kitchen has a 4-burner gas stove, extractor hood, dishwasher and a fridge. The large dining table is placed next to the kitchen.

There is a lot of light in the living room through the two windows with rod distribution, as well as thanks to the patio doors and the French balcony. In the house there is a dark oak parquet floor.

There are three extra storage cupboards on the landing. The meter cupboard is also located on this floor.

- The facade dates from 1706
- National monument
- Own ground
- Loft
- Living area is 71.5 m. Measurement report is present
- French balcony on the Brouwersgracht
- View of, among others, the Westerkerk
- Double glass
- Luxury bathroom
- Active and professionally managed VvE
- MJOP present
- Block heating
- Monthly service costs 244 including advance heating costs and electricity
- Parking via a permit system
- Intercom
- Delivery in consultation, fast!

The Lange Dreigt complex is located at the end of the Jordaan, around the corner from Korte Prinsengracht and Oranjestraat. The apartment is ideally located in the bustling city center with plenty of nice shops, cozy restaurants and various cafs, such as Thijssen, Papeneiland and 0Tabac.
You can do your daily shopping at the Albert Heijn, Marqt on the Haarlemmerstraat / -dijk or at Jumbo on the Westerstraat. The organic market is on the Noordermarkt and Lindengracht on Saturdays. The complex is very central, less than 10 minutes walking distance from Central Station and 10 minutes walking distance from Westerpark. In addition, you are a relatively short distance from various roads and there are various public transport facilities in the immediate vicinity.
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By mutual agreement


Type of house/apartment
Upper-floor apartment
Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
72 m²


Total number of rooms
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