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Keizersgracht 24 F 1015CR Amsterdam

Asking price € 675.000 

Year of construction
Floor space
77 m²
Number of rooms


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A romantic apartment of over 77 m² with a view of the picturesque and quiet part of the Keizersgracht, near the rustic Brouwersgracht and the award-winning Haarlemmerstraat. One of the very best views and locations within the canal belt of Amsterdam.

The apartment is situated in a typical Amsterdam canal house on the fourth and fifth floor. This official national monument from around 1630-1660 was originally used as a spice warehouse “De Moor” and was later split into several floors to create beautiful apartments. Many original elements were preserved.

Piece of history:
De Jonge Moor was renovated between 1767 and 1776. An indoor hoisting installation was added, a hoisting hole through all floors was made and a superstructure was placed on the roof for the installation of the hoisting installation. The roof was raised and extra trusses were placed. The old facade was also demolished and the current facade placed. The first version of the annex was probably also made, as a coach house / stables. In 1776 the purchase contract stated: “warehouse, now with coach house and stables for 8 horses”. In 1993 De Jonge Moor was converted into a garage and five apartments in the front house and three apartments in the back house. 20 new concrete piles (14m) were placed under the front house and a concrete foundation slab was made. In the middle of the front house, a staircase and a lift were realized.

Location: The Center of Amsterdam needs no introduction, but this is a really special part of the canal belt. Nice and quiet while everything is within walking distance. The Noordermarkt, the Haarlemmerstraat, Central Station, the ferry to the Eye film museum in the trendy Noord, the Saturday market on the Lindengracht and of course the entire Jordaan as a hinterland with its many cafes, restaurants and conviviality. Via the IJtunnel or Piet Hein tunnel you are quickly on the Ring A-10 on the way to Schiphol, forests and heathland in 't Gooi or the beach.

Layout: Through the common entrance you reach the entrance of the apartment on the fourth floor through a common staircase and / or elevator. You can operate the lift with a code to enter the apartment.
The living room with open kitchen, access to the roof terrace is on the fourth floor, from here there is a staircase down to the bedroom, bathroom and separate toilet. The modern kitchen is equipped with built-in appliances and the bathroom has a bath, shower and sink. There is also an attic in the apartment.

Surface: Usable surface: 77.40 m²
Other indoor space: 3.40 m²
Building-bound outdoor space; 4.70 m²
Total: 85.50
In accordance with NEN 2580

Construction period: 1630-1660

Cadastral known: Amsterdam, Section M, Number 6248, Index number A21.

Association of Owners de Jonge Moor.
The monthly service costs are € 190.
An MJOP is present.

Ground lease:

- Split in 1987;
- National monument (monument number 2458);
- New foundation 1994;
- For parking permit;
- Delivery in consultation.

Pay attention!
The usable area is calculated in accordance with the NEN2580 standard set by the industry. The surface can therefore deviate from comparable buildings and / or old references. This is mainly due to this (new) calculation method. We do our utmost to calculate the correct surface area and to support it as much as possible by placing floor plans with dimensions. However, we would like to emphasize that no rights can be derived from any difference between the specified and the actual size.
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Type of house/apartment
Upper-floor apartment
Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
77 m²


Total number of rooms
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