At the front in a characteristic monumental warehouse - in the middle of the Jordaan - with view over the canals!
- Renovated monument with a facade from 1706
- Living area is 78m2
- 3 floors
- Canal view from living room and kitchen
- Bedroom at the back
- Workspace available
- Own balcony
- Healthy homeowner association
- Own ground
- Foundation repair done in 2015-2016
This well maintained and characteristic flat has a living area of 78m2. It is located on the third, fourth and fifth floor. From the living room and the kitchen this flat has a beautiful view over the Brouwersgracht, the Prinsengracht and the Lindengracht. You can also see the Westertoren.
This row of warehouses is characteristic of the Brouwersgracht. The warehouses all have their own name. Successively on the canal stand warehouses de Koning, de David, de Groene Valk, de Grauwe Valk and de Appel. The warehouses are also characterised by the beautiful shutters that used to regulate the incidence of light. Some of the spices stored could only be kept in a certain indoor climate. The large shutters could also be opened easily, which made it easier to bring in goods.
The Brouwersgracht is one of the most famous canals in Amsterdam. Most of the buildings along the canal were built during the Golden Age.
The canal owes its name to the many (beer) breweries that were to be found in the area in the 16th and 17th centuries. This led to the construction of many warehouses. The warehouses were later converted into residential buildings.
The location is truly unique and top! In the middle of the Jordaan, but still on a quiet part of the Brouwersgracht. Little traffic, mainly local traffic. Around the corner you will find the Haarlemmerstraat and dike, on the other side the Lindengracht, the Noordermarkt and the Westerstraat. For sports, the Westerpark is nearby, as well as the 9 streets, where you will find a huge variety of shops, boutiques, restaurants, cafes and other amenities.
The property is easily accessible by bike, car and public transport. By car you are quickly on the A10 ring road. The connection with public transport is excellent, Central Station is within a few minutes walking, cycling and by bus and tram. Parking is possible with a parking permit.
Right in the middle of the bustling centre of Amsterdam on one of the most beautiful canals in the heart of the Jordaan. Come and take a look at this unique characteristic flat!
You enter through the attractive entrance at the Brouwersgracht. Through the communal staircase you reach the flat.
On the third floor you will find the bright living room with open fireplace. The characteristic beams and wooden floor create a warm and authentic atmosphere. Via the spiral staircase you can reach the upper floor with the kitchen diner and the sleeping area.
On the fourth floor is the kitchen at the front. The kitchen has several appliances and storage space and also has a view of the canals of Amsterdam.
Behind it are the bathroom, bedroom and balcony, quietly situated at the back of the building.
The bedroom is spacious enough for a double bed and has room for a wardrobe. From here you can reach the balcony and the attic floor.
The bathroom is located between the bedroom and the kitchen and has a bath with a shower, double washbasin and a connection for the washing machine. The toilet is also in the bathroom.
On the fifth floor is the attic. Here is room for a single (guest) bed, storage space and/or extra work space.
In the basement is a separate storage room of 5m2.
Living area and storage
The living area is 78m2 (GBO) and 130 m2 (BVO).
The surface of the balcony is 7m2 and the storage 5m2.
This house is measured by an external agency and the measurement report is available for inspection.
Ownership situation ground:
The flat is located on private land.
The flat is part of an active VvE which consists of 11 flat rights. The VvE is under its own management and meetings are held regularly. A multi-year maintenance plan has been drawn up. The service costs are approximately € 157 per month.
Foundation repair was carried out in 2015-2016.
Division into flat rights in 1974 and an amendment took place in 2017.
This notification has been carefully compiled; however, the information provided is indicative and no rights can be derived from it.
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