The Herengracht 168, once named the ‘Golden Curve’, is the first and innermost of three main canals belonging to the Amsterdam Canal Belt (Amsterdamse Grachtengordel). Rows of large monumental houses adorn both sides of this idyllic canal. This typical Golden Age residential property is built by Philips Vingboons in 1638. Today, this impressive property offers 1,214 m² of office space with a beautiful historic garden. The characteristic canal house on Herengracht 168 consists of five floors with turnkey units from 50 m² to 130 m². The completely renovated UNESCO World Heritage location has an impressive entrance, historic courtyard, wooden floors and LED lighting.
Herengracht 168 is located within the famous area of ‘negen straatjes’ (Nine Streets), the district is known for its shops, cafes and restaurants. Besides an exclusive living and working environment, the area offers housing to many
leading companies. Because of the central location, everything is within walking or cycling distance.
3 units between 50 square meters and 130 square meters
Paid parking on the public road
Up from € 3,500.-
No service costs
To be determined
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