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Brouwersgracht 853 1015GK Amsterdam

Year of construction
1625
Floor space
70 m²
Number of rooms
3

Description

DEscriptION
National monument De Driehoek
Well-maintained and recently renovated 3-room apartment located in the former city grain warehouse with a view of the Brouwersgracht canal. The apartment has wooden floors, a living room with a French balcony and a south-facing balcony (5.4 m2) on the rear side with a view over the communal interior garden, own storage space in the basement and is situated on freehold land!
The national monument De Driehoek is equipped with an elevator. This former warehouse complex, dating from around 1625, was renovated (incl new foundation) in 1990 at which time 60 apartment rights were realised. A communal interior garden is located at the centre of this beautiful complex.
The Owners’ Association (VVE) is managed professionally.

LAYOUT:
The apartment, which is located on the third floor, can be accessed via the stairway and/or the elevator.
Hall with access to all of the rooms, meter cabinet, central heating unit cabinet, built-in cabinet with extra storage space, bathroom with bath, walk-in shower, double sink and washing machine area installed in 2010.
The sunny living room is located at the front of the apartment and has double doors to the French balcony with a view over the Brouwersgracht canal and is equipped with a modern open kitchen. The L-shaped kitchen, installed in 2010, contains built-in appliances. Both bedrooms are located at the rear and the master bedroom offers access to the south facing balcony which is 3.34 m x 1.53 m.
There is a separate storage area of 8.2 m2 (2.22 x 3.53) on the ground floor of the complex.

LOCATION:
The building is located in the city district Centre close to the Jordaan 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, Noorder markets and many charming cafés and other restaurants.

SPECIFICATIONS:
Transfer in consultation, transfer is possible before 1 April with residence clause
Service charges amount to € 201.50 a month
The Owners’ Association is managed by VvE Beheer Amsterdam
Multi-year Maintenance Plans (MJOP) is available
133/10,000st share
Freehold property
69 m2 living surface, 5.4 m2 exterior space and 8.2 m2 storage space (NEN2580 measurement report available)
The building is a National Monument
The building was renovated in 1990
Equipped with an elevator
Balcony at the rear, French balcony at the front
Communal interior garden
Storage area in the basement
Parking permit area centre 2, according to information on website waiting list 3 months
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2021-1-12
Status
sold conditionally
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement

Construction

Type of house/apartment
mezzanine
Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction
1625

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
70 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
3
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MVA neighbourhood information: Jordaan

The Jordaan is one of the most well-known neighbourhoods in Amsterdam. It is an amazing area to live, go out and have some fun. The Jordaan’s best features are created by their history, the residents and its urban character. Within the Jordaan you can find several small streets with beautifully restored buildings, there are plazas and public gardens, but also canals and streets where you can find marketplaces and small shops. These attractive features of the Jordaan can mostly be found on the North side of this neighbourhood, the southern part is in comparison to the North more described as residential area.

Brouwersgracht 853 1015GK Amsterdam

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