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Keizersgracht 143 - E 1015CK Amsterdam

Year of construction
-1906
Floor space
60 m²
Number of rooms
2

Description

Bright apartment (approx. 60 m2) in a beautiful location located in the building "De Keizerlelie" in the center of Amsterdam, at the rear of a monumental building and with a view over the stately inner gardens of the Keizers- and Herengracht.

This 1-bedroom apartment is offered furnished and is available immediately for a period of 24 months (contract model B).

The apartment is opposite the Rode Hoed, near the Noordermarkt and the Westerkerk. Quiet, yet in the heart of Amsterdam. All kinds of nice shops, restaurants, a supermarket, the organic Noordermarkt and culture are just around the corner. The Central Station is within walking distance.
The building dates from the fourth quarter of the 17th century.

As with many canal houses, it consists of a front and a rear house, connected by an intermediate member with a courtyard next to it, so that the front and the rear house can get light on both sides. The entrance to the building dates from around 1725. A beautiful stately corridor with a beautiful marble floor and high ceilings with beautiful stucco.

Number 143-E is located in the rear part of the building, adjacent to the stylishly laid-out inspection gardens. This hidden beauty is one of the oldest cultural heritage in Amsterdam.

Layout: Entrance, hallway, meter cabinet, small storage room.
Spacious living room with a herringbone parquet floor, large windows with a view over the quiet and beautiful inner gardens between the canals of Keizersgracht and Herengracht.
Carefully decorated with an antique seventeenth-century cupboard and sofa from B&B Italia.

Semi-open modern kitchen (white) with a SIEMENS gas stove (4 burners), a built-in combination of oven and microwave, fridge with freezer compartment and a dishwasher.
There is a working electric fireplace in the living room / kitchen.
In addition, a SONOS sound system has been installed in the living room.
You can stream your favorite music into your living room from Spotify!

Spacious master bedroom located on the courtyard (quiet, lots of privacy) equipped with a large wardrobe and a bathroom en-suite.

The bathroom has a shower, a sink, a toilet and a design radiator. The washer-dryer combination is also installed in the bathroom.

In the basement of the building is a large storage room.
The storage room is accessible through its own outside door and offers space for at least two bicycles.

Particularities:
- Apartment (approx. 60 m2) located on the canal;
- Suitable for a couple or a single person;
- Available for 24 months;
- National monument - therefore no energy label present;
- Parquet floor throughout the entire house (except the wet room);
- Own heating combi boiler;
- Generous storage underneath the building;
- Delivery in consultation, this is possible immediately;
- Deposit equals two months rent;
- Rent € 1.600,- exclusive per month.
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2020-3-5
Status
rented
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement

Construction

Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction
-1906

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
60 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
2
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