Very charming, well maintained 107m2 apartment (NEN2580 measurement report available) in former warehouse De Vijfhoek ideal for combining living with a home office. The monumental building is located on the quiet part of the Brouwersgracht and has a well-functioning owners’ association. The beautiful old wooden beams and supports are visible throughout the building. The whole apartment has lovely Douglas Fir massive wooden floors (35mm thick). The current owners used the apartment as both a living area and an office and have created a flexible open layout with moveable partitions. The ceiling height under the beams is 2.11m so that there is still sufficient standing room and, due to the light colours, the area feels spacious and pleasant.
In 2007, Readers of the Dutch newspaper Het Parool chose the Browersgracht from 150 nominations as the most beautiful street in Amsterdam.
Entrance on the Brouwersgracht. Via stairway to the 3rd floor where you will find the entrance to the apartment.
Very spacious living room (approx. 41M2) at the front with a wooden beam ceiling and French doors/windows on the canal side. Light open kitchen at the back with inventive extendible table built into kitchen counter. Master bedroom with steel doors and adjacent bathroom with separate WC. A second bedroom can be created with a moveable partition. Storage area, washing machine and second WC.
The building is located in the city district Centre close to the trendy Jordaan district around the corner from the Driehoekstraat with the famous Amsterdam distillery C. van Wees (since 1782). The popular shopping streets Haarlemmerdijk and Haarlemmerstraat are around the corner and the Central Station is within walking distance.
Near to the Lindengracht, Lapjes, and Noorder markets and many charming cafés and good restaurants.
Service fee € 50 per month;
Monument in accordance with the Monument Act and protected cityscape.
Joint heating system for three floors.
Advance charge € 166.66 per month for electricity, gas and water which is settled annually.
MJOP available as well as building inspection report of the Monument Inspection of 20 June 2019.
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