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Brouwersgracht 889 1015GK Amsterdam

Asking price € 500.000 

Year of construction
1990
Floor space
79 m²
Number of rooms
3

Description

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National Monument De Driehoeck
Former city grain warehouse.

A spacious 3-room apartment, located in the former city grain warehouse, with access to a French balcony from the living room and a balcony at the rear, private storage room in the basement and located on private land!
National monument 'De Driehoeck' is located on the corner of the Lijnbaansgracht and the Brouwersgracht.

In 1990, this former city grain warehouse was renovated and converted to 60 apartment rights. In the middle of this beautiful complex is a communal courtyard.

The apartment has a bright living room with French balcony, overlooking the Lijnbaansgracht, with open kitchen, spacious bathroom with bath, two bedrooms and a balcony at the rear.

In addition, the apartment has a wonderful view over the canal and the complex has a lift and a communal garden.

The complex of which this apartment is part is located between Brouwersgracht, Driehoekstraat and Lijnbaansgracht. This is the quiet part of the Brouwersgracht with only local traffic. The complex consists of former warehouses dating from around 1625 which were converted in 1990 into 60 apartments with storage rooms on the ground floor and various lifts. There is a communal courtyard and a communal bicycle shed. Professional and active Owners Association.

LAYOUT
This apartment, located on the second floor, can be reached via the staircase and/or lift.
Hall with access to all rooms, meter cupboard, central heating cupboard, cupboard with extra storage space, separate toilet with sink, bathroom with bath, sink and connections for appliances.

The bright living room is located at the front of the building and has patio doors to the French balcony and an open kitchen. The L-shaped kitchen is equipped with various built-in appliances. Both bedrooms are located at the rear. The second bedroom can be reached through the first bedroom and has access to the balcony.

The separate storage room is located on the ground floor of the complex.

PARTICULARS
Former city grain warehouse. Pointed gable (XVII, later renewed).
Located on private land.
Property has National Monument status.
Property has been renovated in 1990.
Equipped with lift.
Balcony at the rear and French balcony at the front.
Communal courtyard.
Storage in the basement
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2020-9-26
Status
available
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement

Construction

Type of house/apartment
Upper-floor apartment
Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction
1990

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
79 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
3
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Brouwersgracht 889 1015GK Amsterdam

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