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Brouwersgracht 206 D 1013HD Amsterdam

Asking price € 595.000 

Year of construction
Floor space
84 m²
Number of rooms


Unique opportunity! Are you looking for a special and spacious apartment with lift located at the most beautiful canal of Amsterdam? Don't wait any longer and come and visit this great apartment!

In the former warehouse 'Het kleine groen hert' we offer this fantastic 3-room apartment of 84 m˛ on the third and fourth floor. This apartment is perfectly maintained and is located on the top floor of the building with easy access via a spacious elevator. The marble kitchen, original oak beams and open fireplace create an authentic and ‘gezellig’ atmosphere to this monument building. The kitchen and living room floor was renovated to the latest building code standard for sound reduction, so there is very little noise transfer between apartments. From the living room you have a view out to an open square with a small city garden. Because of this the apartment is very quiet and feels like a sanctuary nestled between the canal and bustling Haarlemmerdijk

This beautiful historic building is characterized by the shutters on the facade and the wooden ceiling trusses in the building, which provides a lot of character. This apartment is located in the UNESCO heritage site of the Amsterdam Canal Belt, and is a 15 minutes walk from Centraal Station Amsterdam. It is situated on the Brouwersgracht at the edge of the Jordaan (between the Prinsengracht and Singel), one of the most authentic and cosy neighbourhoods of the city

The location is excellent with the famous Noordermarkt and Westerstraat just around the corner for the nice and trendy shops, cafes and restaurants with the Westerpark on the other side to relax and enjoy nature. The accessibility is also excellent by car via the IJ tunnel or the A-10 ring road and by public transport via train, bus, tram or metro towards Central Station.

Neat central entrance on the Brouwersgracht, hall with access to the storage rooms and the elevator.

Third floor:
When entering you'll arrive in a very welcoming marble kitchen. The kitchen is placed against the wall and is equipped with a dishwasher, Smeg gas hob/oven and fridge. The kitchen is adjacent to a large glass facade viewing the light court. It has plenty of space and comes with a large dining table that sits 6-8 people. There is a storage room and recently renovated toilet.

The living room is 20 m2, has a spacious feel and an atmospheric fireplace. It features a beautiful oak floor and is tastefully furnished. A wooden staircase leads to the top floor.

Fourth floor:
Here are the bedrooms and the bathroom (with bath, toilet and sink) with the beautiful authentic wood beam roof. On the side of the light-court a guest room/office is situated which is separated by a beautiful glass door with steel frames.

- Living area: 84 m˛ (NEN2580 measurement report available);
- Freehold land (so no leasehold);
- Storage on the ground floor;
- Fireplace;
- Elevator in the building;
- National monument;
- Historic building;
- Healthy and very active VVE;
- Service costs: € 287.00 (including heating costs);
- Delivery in consultation

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

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Floor space
84 m²


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