This National Monument from 1671 of approx. 394 m² on one of the most beautiful parts of the Keizersgracht near the Leidsegracht, in the middle of a Unesco World Heritage Area, consists of a six-storey front house with a sandstone facade and a three-storey back house. Various original features have been retained throughout the property. The beautiful ceiling paintings which can be seen in the living room were added shortly after the house was built in the 17th century.
The four windows at the front offer a beautiful view of the widest part of the Keizersgracht, as well as the Leidsegracht, the Molenpad and the row of façades on the other side.
Due to its location, the building, which is almost 10 meters wide at the front, tapers towards the rear.
This monumental building is offered in its entirety and empty, stands on its own land and is for the most part equipped with double glazing.
Neighbourhood and surroundings:
This beautiful monumental canal house is located right in the center, on one of the most beautiful canals in Amsterdam. Due to its particularly central location, you are only a few minutes away of the Museumplein with the Concertgebouw and the three most important Dutch museums (Rijksmuseum, Van Gogh Museum, Stedelijk Museum). Other cultural institutions such as the National Opera, Royal Theater Carré, the Hermitage, the De la Mar Theater, ITA, the Kleine Komedie and the Muziekgebouw aan 't IJ are easily accessible on foot, by bicycle and with public transport. This also applies to Amsterdam Central Station.
Several good restaurants, cafes and shops for all your daily needs are within walking distance.
Basement: In the basement (with its own entrance) there are three different rooms. A practice or home office is therefore one of the possibilities. At the moment, the two rooms at the front are used as an office / waiting room. The room at the back is used as a laundry room.
Elevated ground floor: You enter the central hall via the monumental staircase. This gives access to the high period room that is used as a study / office. A guest room with bathroom is located in the rear house. Between the front and the back of the house is a small courtyard, the so-called light court. Opposite to this you find a guest toilet. The spiral staircase in the central hall takes you to the first floor.
First floor: In the spacious living room with four large windows you can enjoy a beautiful view over the canal. The most outstanding feature of this room is the painted ceiling. Opposite the light court, between the front and the back of the house is the toilet, and behind the light court you enter the spacious kitchen.
Second floor: The spacious bedroom is located at the front of the house. The bathroom with bath, shower, sink and toilet is located at the rear. The roof terrace is located behind the light court.
Third floor: On the canal side there are two half-open (bed) rooms with a large landing with cupboards, a shower and toilet.
Fourth floor: The four-meter-high attic with separate space for the two central heating boilers also has access to the attic that serves as an archive space.
- Own ground;
- Plot area 100 m²;
- Usable area 394 m²;
- Entire building, no owner’s association;
- House, semi-detached house;
- National monument 2342, built in 1671, Unesco World Heritage Area;
- Unique location on the canal;
- Ten rooms;
- Beautiful original 17th century ceiling paintings;
- Original style features;
- Partially double glazing;
- Roof terrace.
€ 3.200.000, - k.k. (Say: three million two hundred thousand euros purchasing costs payable by the purchaser).
Association of Owners:
Description of registered property:
Cadastral known Municipality of Amsterdam, section I, number 8736, size 100 m².
Total approx. 394 m² (basement appr. 85 m², ground floor appr. 78 m², first floor appr. 78 m², second floor appr. 54 m², third floor appr. 53 m², fourth floor appr. 46 m², attic appr. 8 m², roof terrace appr. 30 m², other outdoor space appr. 7 m²).
Paid parking on public roads and with a permit system, permit area Centre 2. There is currently a waiting time of approximately two months. For more information see the website of the City of Amsterdam.
Delivery in consultation.
Registration and Environment:
There is no summons for this property. This is in accordance with telephone and written information from the relevant authorities. The old oil tank has been removed in 1977.
Preference is given to a notary office in Amsterdam.
Sale is subject to award to owner/seller.
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