Expansive 141 sqm apartment on the raised ground-floor level of a traditional listed heritage building with two large windows overlooking the canal. This freehold property is situated at the heart of the Negen Straatjes area.
Entrance, restroom and living room at the front with ceiling heights of 3.3 meters and a view of Keizersgracht.
Centrally positioned in the apartment are the open-plan kitchen with a range of fitted appliances, a separate storage room and a spacious bathroom with a bathtub, walk-in shower and the laundry station. Next to the bathroom is a large walk-in closet.
At the rear is a large multi-functional space, which is currently used as a bedroom, featuring French doors to the patio. The rear section of the apartment is large enough to be converted into two good-sized bedrooms - please see the alternative floorplan for an impression. The rear facade can also be altered in order to enlarge the current patio space.
An extraordinary property with enormous potential.
Situated in Amsterdam's city center on the west side of the historic canal belt in Felix Meritis district. This area is designated as a Unesco world heritage site.
The area is home to countless specialty shops, pilot stores, good restaurants, trendy hotspots and several delis. For more information about the wide selection of shops, bookshops, spas and beauty salons, please visit www.de9straatjes.nl.
Good connectivity by public transportation, with tram stops on Keizersgracht and Spui for lines 1-2-5 and at Westermarkt for lines 13, 14 and 17. Within walking distance of Central Station.
By car, the location is accessible via the A10 beltway, which connects to highways A1, A2 and A4.
Usable residential floor area ca. 141 sqm
West-facing terrace ca. 8 sqm
Expansive, bright apartment on the raised ground-floor level
Foundation renewed in 2010
Option to create two spacious bedrooms, see alternative floorplan
Excellent location in Amsterdam Centrum borough
Active and financially sound HOA
Listed national heritage property (Rijksmonument)
For more information about potential subsidies, please consult the website of Nationaal Monumenten Portaal, Restauratiefonds and Rijksdienst voor het Cultureel Erfgoed.
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