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Brouwersgracht 212 C 1013HD Amsterdam

Year of construction
Floor space
117 m²
Number of rooms


This fantastic apartment (118 m˛) with its lovely view of Brouwersgracht is situated in a former warehouse called ‘Het Groene Hert’ (the Green Deer). The apartment is divided over two floors and features three sizeable bedrooms, two bathrooms, a large living room and a (small) rooftop terrace.

The storage space and communal laundry space are on the ground floor of the building. The lift conveys you to the third floor. The front door opens into a centrally situated hall with wardrobe, separate central heating boiler cabinet, and separate toilet.

The living room with open-plan kitchen and pleasant fireplace is at the front of the apartment, with a large bedroom with separate bathroom featuring a shower, toilet and vanity at the back.
The internal stairs lead up to the fourth floor with two spacious bedrooms and a bathroom with shower, washbasin and toilet.
The (small) rooftop terrace is also accessed from this floor, as is the attic with its 1.54 m ceiling height via a fixed staircase.

The apartment is located in a charming spot within the canal ring, around the corner from Noordermarkt, Lindengracht and Haarlemmerdijk with fantastic luxury boutiques, delis and specialty shops, as well as fabulous lunchrooms and restaurants. The apartment complex is situated on a popular, quiet part of Brouwersgracht (the sunny side) with virtually no traffic other than residents. This part of Brouwersgracht features a series of 17th-century warehouses with stunning characteristic shutters. The warehouse overlooks the canal and Jordaan neighbourhood with its lovely ambiance.

The location is perfectly accessible by public transport (tram and metro within walking distance) and a parking permit can be obtained for parking in the street. There are several exit routes to the A10 ring road and Amsterdam Central Station is just a few minutes away by bicycle.

- The building dates from 1650
- Freehold property
- Lift
- Professional homeowners’ association (VvE), monthly contribution €350.74
- Large storage space
- Monumental building
- Delivery in mutual consultation
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Entry date
sold conditionally
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement


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

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
117 m²


Total number of rooms
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