Fantastic former shop space (130 m˛) on freehold property in the Jordaan neighbourhood. The entire building is currently in use as a residence. It was fully renovated using quality materials in 2016; original details were preserved and reinstalled.
Ground floor: entrance, small hall with wardrobe. Attractive dining room with adjoining large kitchen. Lots of natural light enters the dining room thanks to the large window -what used to be the shop window- and the fantastic ceiling height (approx. 4.40 m). Two steps lead down to the big kitchen, which was renovated in 2016. It features a range of built-in appliances. The kitchen is partially separated from the dining room by playful mullion windows.
The dining room leads into the entresol with ample head room, which is currently in use as a spacious home office with toilet but can also easily be used as a bedroom. The lovely stained-glass windows add to the pleasant ambiance and allow the entresol to be closed off from the dining room for greater privacy.
The large living room with beautiful wood parquet flooring is on the first floor.
On the second floor is the large master bedroom with built-in wall cabinet, which overlooks the garden. Part of the wall cabinet features stained-glass windows with hares and there is a hidden vanity in the cabinet. There is also a toilet in this room.
The children’s/guest room at the front of the house also features a built-in wall cabinet.
Both rooms can be accessed from the landing and are interconnected by means of French doors with lovely stained-glass panes.
There is solid wood flooring throughout the second floor.
The large third bedroom, currently in use as a guest room, is on the third floor, as is the charming bathroom with a traditional freestanding bath with feet, large rain shower, toilet, and double washbasin. There is also a laundry cabinet for the washer and dryer in the bathroom.
The bathroom gives directly onto the rooftop terrace (approx. 8 m˛) with its stunning view of the city.
Hazenstraat is sometimes called the Tiende Straatje or ‘tenth alley’ and is sandwiched between the Elandsgracht and Lauriergracht canals. There is a variety of shops on Elandsgracht for your daily groceries, such as Ekoplaza, a cup of coffee at Rumbaba, ecological butcher shop Siem van der Gragt, excellent bread and pastries at Vlaamsch Broodhuys. Around the corner on Elandstraat is a primary school, day-care centre, pre-school, and after-school care centre, so every possible facility for your children is within easy reach.
The location is easily accessible by car and public transport, with several tram and bus stops within walking distance. There are ample parking spaces on Elandsgracht and surrounding streets, as well as an underground car park (Europarking) nearby. With a parking permit from the city of Amsterdam, you will easily find a parking space within walking distance from the front door.
- Situated on freehold property
- Entire building
- Rooftop terrace
- Stunning custom-built Tinello kitchen with built-in appliances from 2016
- 130 m˛ usable floor area (NEN2580 survey)
- 4 bedrooms/rooms
- Double glazing in part of the residence
- Beautiful period residence with many stained-glass windows and original details
- The external woodwork was repainted in 2016
- Copper roofing
- Delivery in mutual consultation
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