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Herengracht 119 HRA 1015BG Amsterdam

Asking price € 2.000.000 

Year of construction
1870
Floor space
271 m²
Number of rooms
4

Description

Extraordinary ground-level home spanning over 270 sqm in the former Burght School on Herengracht canal.
The loft-like spaces showcase ceiling up to 4.25 meters tall and can be configured to the buyers' personal specifications.

There is a small city garden behind the building, in addition to a private roof deck of over 65 sqm.

Layout: private street entrance to a spacious hall with the meter cupboard, coat area, restroom and access to a small basement.

At the front, a study/bedroom and an expansive living area with a ceiling height of 4.25 meters. Stairs lead to the open gallery. The living area connects to the library and the dining room. The kitchen is at the rear, as are two bedrooms and two bathrooms. The property also includes a utility room and a pantry.

The space can be reconfigured into a loft with multiple bedrooms and bathrooms.

Freehold property.

Area:
This ground-level property is nearby Dam Square, between Herenstraat and Leliegracht.

Close-by Central Station, Haarlemmerstraat, 9 Straatjes and bustling Jordaan district with Noordermarkt and a host of art and cultural venues, boutiques, cafιs and restaurants.

Herengracht 119 is easily accessible by car via Marnixstraat and Haarlemmerstraat. Excellent connectivity by public transportation due to its proximity (walking distance) to Central Station. Several tram and bus lines via Haarlemmer Houttuinen and Nieuwezijds Voorburgwal. The new Dam Square stop for the Noord-Zuidlijn metro, with direct service to Zuidas.

Specifications:
• Usable residential floor area of over 270 sqm
• Tall ceilings
• Former classroom of an old school
• Roof deck of ca. 66 sqm
• City garden
• Two bathrooms
• Herringbone parquet flooring
• Ample storage space
• Alternative layout options
• Central location
• Freehold property
• Listed national monument
• Building requires renovation
• Recent structural survey available for consultation
• The purchase agreement will include a non-owner-occupied clause, an asbestos clause and a property age clause
• For more information about potential subsidies, please consult the website of Nationaal Monumenten Portaal, Restauratiefonds and Rijksdienst voor het Cultureel (Dutch).
• This information was drafted with the utmost care. However, we are not liable for any unintended omission or inaccuracy, etcetera nor any consequences related thereto. All measurements and sizes are indicative only.
• The Measurement Code is based on NEN2580 standards. The Measurement Code is intended to ensure a more universal survey method for indicating total net internal area (usable floor area). The Measurement Code cannot fully preclude discrepancies between individual surveys, due to e.g. differences regarding interpretation, rounding and restrictions to conducting measurement surveys.

For more information, the brochure and floorplan, please consult our website!
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2020-2-21
Status
available
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement

Construction

Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction
1870

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
271 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
4
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MVA neighbourhood information: Grachtengordel-West

Grachtengordel West lies alongside four main canals (Singel, Herengracht, Keizersgracht and Prinsengracht) and is marked as UNESCO world cultural heritage. The area defines itself by its broad canals and big residences. The Grachtengordel has many historical sights, including the Anne Frank house, the Grachtenhuis, The Bible museum and House Marseille. Inside the area lies the well know nine streets (9 straatjes) one of the most important shopping area’s of Amsterdam. The primary functions of this area of Amsterdam are living and working.

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