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Keizersgracht 184 I 1016DW Amsterdam

Year of construction
-1906
Floor space
91 m²
Number of rooms
3

Description

***Keizersgracht 184, residence ‘De Oranjeboom’***

Another sublime development on the part of Rock Vastgoed B.V. Three fantastic apartments have been realised in the magnificent listed building at Keizersgracht 184: ‘De Oranjeboom’.

After undergoing a total renovation, which included new foundations, the building is now characterised by its attention to detail and high-quality materials. The apartments themselves feature herringbone parquet flooring with under-floor heating, Buster & Punch dimmers and switches, luxury kitchens including a Quooker tap, gas fireplaces and marble basins.

*Keizersgracht 184-I

Stone steps on the outside of the building lead to the entrance level. Spacious hall, with access to a generous storeroom and attractive staircase leading to the first floor.

LAYOUT

Entrance, hall with separate toilet and space for a washing machine/dryer. The spectacular living room with a semi-open-plan kitchen is at the front of the property. The living room features a large gas fireplace. But the real wow factor here is the 7-metre width of the living room, and its stunning high ceilings (3 metres!) with original wooden beams. The luxury kitchen with an Italian marble worktop is at the front of the apartment, from where you have a nice view of Keizersgracht.

The two bedrooms are at the rear of the property. The master bedroom has a sizeable en-suite bathroom, with a double basin, walk-in shower, freestanding bath and a toilet. Stylish materials have been used, including marble and steel. The second bedroom also has its own bathroom, with a basin and walk-in shower.

LOCATION

The best location you could imagine: on the ring of canals in the vibrant heart of Amsterdam. The apartment is close to Leliegracht and Westermarkt. It is within walking distance of the Dam and the Negen Straatjes, with their quirky little shops and cafés. The Jordaan neighbourhood, also well-known for its numerous friendly bars and restaurants, is just a stone’s throw away from the property. Tram and bus stops are within easy reach on Westermarkt and Nieuwezijds Voorburgwal, and Amsterdam Centraal Station is a ten-minute walk away.

DETAILS

- Freehold property;
- 91.3 m² of floor space (NEN 2580);
- Listed building;
- New foundations (2020);
- The building is almost 7 metres wide;
- Stunning 3-metre-high ceilings with original wooden beams;
- 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms;
- Gas fireplace, herringbone parquet flooring, under-floor heating, luxury materials etc.;
- Separate storeroom on the main entrance level;
- Professionally managed homeowners’ association (VvE);
- Civil law notary appointed to execute the notarial deeds for this project: Buma Algera notariaat.
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2020-10-30
Status
sold conditionally
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement

Construction

Type of house/apartment
Upper-floor apartment
Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction
-1906

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
91 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
3
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