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Egelantiersstraat 143 A 1015RA Amsterdam

Rental price € 4.200 per month

Year of construction
Floor space
153 m²
Number of rooms



Koning Willemshuis is a stunning, sophisticated, yet robust and small-scale development, at the heart of Jordaan district. A total of 5 unique homes in a monumental former school building. Unparalleled, tall ceilings, bright, unconventional, with character and showcasing luxurious elegance!

LOFT Nº2 Egelantiersstraat 143 A
Ground-floor Loft with a well-devised and elegant design, including an urban garden and three bedrooms. Also featuring 5-meter ceilings and tall windows.

This Loft spans a floor area of over 153 sqm on the ground floor and mezzanine levels.

The communal and alluring entrance gives access to the apartment on the ground floor. Spacious hallway with toilet, coat area and stairs to the cellar. French doors open to the expansive living area. Open-plan Piet Boon kitchen with luxury built-in appliances, a chefs' island and French doors to the urban garden. The living room at the front features 5-meter ceilings, creating an exceptionally bright and spacious atmosphere. The grand bedroom on the ground floor has an elegant bathroom with a bathtub, shower and double vanity. This apartment offers a large cellar: ideal for your supplies and storage.

Sophisticated steel stairs lead to the mezzanine with a large bedroom at the front. There is a master suite at the rear, with an en-suite bathroom featuring a bathtub, shower and double wash basin. Furthermore a second bathroom with a toilet, walk-in shower and wash basin.

While Jordaan is a vibrant and bustling part of the city, Egelantiersstraat is a quiet haven. From Koning Willemshuis, it's just a two-minute walk to Tweede Egelantiersdwarsstraat. A street with delis, shops, coffee bars, cafes and restaurants. Westerstraat is down the street: home to grocery stores, boutiques and restaurants.

Every Saturday, The 'Boerenmarkt', Netherlands' first organic farmer's market, takes place at the 'Noordermarkt' just a stone's throw away from the Koning Willemshuis. And on Mondays, it hosts a famous flea market, with a wide selection of knickknacks and vintage products. Around the corner, on Westerstraat, there is a cloth market on Mondays and yet another nearby market is on Lindengracht, every Saturday.

The Movies, Amsterdam's oldest cinema, is on Haarlemmerdijk - a shopping street with a varied range of shops. 'Het Marnix' is also within walking distance: a swimming pool, fitness center and spa, all under one roof.

Connectivity by public transportation is excellent.

• Available: August 1st;
• Rental price: € 4.200,- excl. per month;
• Rental period; max. 24 months';
• Deposit: 2 months’ rent;
• CPI with a minimum of CPI +1%;
• Unfurnished.
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Floor space
153 m²


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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.

Egelantiersstraat 143 A 1015RA Amsterdam

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