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Keizersgracht 732 H 1017EW Amsterdam

Asking price € 690.000 

Year of construction
1671
Floor space
96 m²
Number of rooms
4

Description

Canal apartment with a roof deck and elevator

Situated in an exquisite listed national heritage building with a soapstone front facade - designed by architect Adriaan Dortsman, one of the most prolific master builders of the 17th century, who was also the architect of Museum van Loon.

Contemporary and bright apartment on the third and fourth floors of a stunning listed national heritage building. The apartment spans the top two floors and includes a roof deck and two bedrooms.

Communal entrance with access to the stairwell and elevator to the private entrance of the property on the third floor.

Bright living space with the original roof structure, multiple windows make this a lovely, bright space. Adjacent to this space is the basic, open-plan kitchen. There are two large bedrooms at the rear, both with fitted closets. The basic bathroom is fitted with a shower, bathtub and double vanity. This level also includes a separate restroom and storage space.
Stairs from the living room lead up to a mezzanine with a small study and access to the roof deck. The roof deck is very secluded and has direct sunlight exposure throughout the day. The terrace offers an unobstructed view of the city and the canal.

The kitchen, bathrooms and flooring are basic.

The apartment includes a private storage unit in the building's substructure.

The basement accesses the communal courtyard garden. There is also a communal bicycle storage which can be accessed from the street.

Area:
The building is on one of Amsterdam's most beautiful canals, on the stretch between Reguliersgracht and Utrechtsestraat, nearby Amstel river and Amstelveld.

Utrechtsestraat is home to an enormous selection of shops, cafés and restaurants. The property is within walking distance of iconic venues such as Royal Theater Carre, Hermitage and Stopera.

Excellent connectivity by public transportation. Within short walking distance, on Utrechtsestraat, is the tram stop for line 4, and a bit further, on Vijzelgracht, is the stop for line 24: which means that both Central Station and De Pijp/Zuid are mere minutes away. Several main roads from the A10 beltway offer easy access to the building by car.

Specifications:
Usable residential floor area approximately 96 sqm
Roof deck, approximately 32 sqm and a communal courtyard garden
Listed national heritage building (Rijksmonument)
Elevator
Well-organized HOA with a long-term maintenance plan in place
Situated on ground lease land, subject to GT&C for continuous ground lease from 1966, annual lease of € 2,712.47 until 31-05-2023, 5-yearly lease indexation. Revision 31-05-2033
The municipality of Amsterdam offers leaseholders the opportunity to settle the ground lease for an everlasting period.

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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2020-7-22
Status
available
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement

Construction

Type of house/apartment
Ground-floor apartment
Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction
1671

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
96 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
4
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Keizersgracht 732 H 1017EW Amsterdam

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