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Keizersgracht 649 F 1017DT Amsterdam

Year of construction
1690
Floor space
76 m²
Number of rooms
4

Description

Modern and detailed finished loft of over 76 m2 (total floor space of 110 m2) in a historic canal house in a prime location in the city center of Amsterdam (Unesco world heritage). A spacious and very bright monumental loft, which has recently been restored to a high standard and very tastefully and is luxurious equipped. In 2019, a full foundation repair of the front and rear houses took place. The monument is therefore in an excellent condition.


LOCATION
This beautiful loft is uniquely situated on one of the sunniest places on the Keizersgracht between the Vijzelstraat and the Reguliersgracht and is located in one of the most beautiful spots within the Amsterdam canal belt between the many art galleries and international museums.

In the neighborhood are various options for daily shopping such as Albert Heijn and Marqt, but also various specialty shops such as a greengrocer, fishmonger and caterer. The cozy Amstelveld and Rembrandtplein are also a 2-minute walk from the house. In the immediate vicinity there are excellent restaurants, cozy lunchrooms and coffee rooms. For sports and relaxation, the Vondelpark is within walking distance. The house is within walking distance of the Utrechtsestraat, Artis and the Amstel for the necessary entertainment and numerous water sports options.

In addition, there are good connections with public transport; various tram and bus stops and the North/South line is within walking distance. The car can be parked in various garages in the area or on the canal.

LAYOUT:
Entrance via the monumental staircase to the loft on the fourth and fifth floor.

Fourth floor:
What is immediately noticeable upon entering is the sea of ??daylight at the front, side and rear. The spacious hall gives access to the first design bathroom, which is equipped with a toilet and shower and separate room for a washing and drying machine. Furthermore, here a compact bedroom with built-in double bed and lots of storage space. This spacious room can also function perfectly as an office or workspace.

The recently renovated bathroom has a shower, sink, toilet and connections for a washing machine and dryer. The sleeping area is located at the rear, which can also be used as a practice room or office.

Through the open hall you can walk to the sunny living room with a spectacular high ceiling in part with the historic beams in sight. The luxurious open kitchen with cooking island in this room is also equipped with all conveniences and built-in appliances. In the living room there is access to a wonderfully situated south-facing, modest terrace on the side. At the rear you have a magnificent view over the historic gardens of the Reguliers, Heren- and Keizersgracht. This is one of the most beautiful places in the house where you can enjoy the beautiful unobstructed view over the wide historic gardens. From the living room, the mezzanine of the fifth floor is a real eye-catcher. A staircase in the living room provides access to the second floor of the loft.

Fifth floor:
Hidden behind a bar, you can lower the electric cinema screen for a wonderful movie night in your own living room.

On this second floor you will find the lovely light bedroom with again a spectacular view over the canal and gardens. The upper floor is divided into a spacious walk-in closet and a spacious bathroom with double sink, walk-in shower, bath and toilet.

The entire building is well maintained (inside and outside) and has many original and authentic details (wooden floors, beamed ceilings, imposing door, at the front of the building). In 2019, a full foundation repair (under the entire building) took place, whereby the entire foundation and all utilities were renewed.

Keizersgracht:
After Emperor Maximilian I, Archduke of Austria, who in 1489 gave Amsterdam the privilege of wearing the imperial crown on the coat of arms. (Source: City Atlas Amsterdam)

PARTICULARITIES:
- Living area 76.2 m2 (NEN-2580 certificate available)
- Total floor space of approx. 110 m2
- Located on private land
- Unique loft in a historic canal house
- A lot of authentic details and a spectacular view of the canal (and the Amsterdam skyline)
- Foundation repair took place in 2019
- Healthy VVE, service costs: 140
- National monument building, recent report monument guard present
- 2 (bed) rooms and 2 bathrooms
- Mooring in front of the door for your own boat or sloop
- Beautiful high ceilings and light finish
- Home cinema for a movie night in-house
- Air conditioning in the sleeping area
- Delivery in consultation


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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2021-5-28
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
1690

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
76 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
4
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