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Laurierstraat 70 HS 1016PN Amsterdam

Year of construction
Floor space
140 m²
Number of rooms



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** This property is listed bij a MVA certified expat broker **

Loft-like ground floor apartment located in a quiet street in the Jordaan, Amsterdam Center. Living space of 141 m with beautiful daylight through the shed roof.
Laurierstraat 70 is a national monument from 1740 with a high neck gable. The ground floor has a robust / industrial look with authentic French doors.

The ground floor apartment is located in the Jordaan near Egelantiersgracht, Lauriergracht and the Noordermarkt. A cozy environment with many amenities, good restaurants and in the immediate vicinity of the 17th-century Canal Belt, the Westerkerk, 9 streets and of course the Central Station.

Current situation:
Beautiful, high French doors. A second facade of glass with a lot of contact with the street. A large, spectacular space of 112 m in total, equipped with a kitchen, adjoining the living area, wardrobe, toilet, as well as a work / study room. On the first floor in the main building is the bedroom with bathroom with bath and second toilet as well as patio doors to the roof flat.
Cellar with headroom (1.92 m) for storage / storage / washing machine.

Alternative 1:
Renovation plan for which the Municipality of Amsterdam has issued a statement of no objection in principle. Changes compared to the current situation are an enlarged bathroom by moving the rear facade, realization of a large glass facade at the rear that gives access to a terrace / garden through sliding doors, replacement of the sheath roof with flat skylights, creating a large roof terrace . The roof terrace is accessible through the bathroom.

Alternative 2:
Renovation plan within the architectural contours of alternative 1. In this renovation variant, three bedrooms and two bathrooms have been created. The glass facade at the rear that gives access to the terrace / garden has been maintained. In addition, a patio between the living room and the master bedroom provides a light and open living experience. If an open steel staircase is placed in the patio, the roof terrace is also accessible from the ground floor.

Municipality of Amsterdam
Section: E
Number: 10368
Index: A1

Well-maintained national monument. Split into apartment rights with license January 25 1999 (foundation code 2).


Living area: 140,70 m
Other indoor space: 16,00 m

Total usable area: 156,70 m
in accordance with NEN-2580

VvE consisting of 4 members. The monthly service costs are 143,09.

- Originally a building as business space, but formally changed into a home;
- Beautiful robust creative appearance;
- National monument located on its own land;
- (approved by wealth) renovation plan from 2018 with positive review of the City of Amsterdam on March 8, 2018;
- A second version of the renovation plan is also available. The second version has not been tested by the city of Amsterdam;
- Architectural / constructive report available;
- NEN 2580 measured;
- Possibility of parking in Q-Park at Marnixstraat;
- Quietly located in the heart of the city center;
- Viewings on Saturday possible in consultation.
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Entry date
sold conditionally
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement


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

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
140 m²


Total number of rooms
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MVA neighbourhood information: Jordaan

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Laurierstraat 70 HS 1016PN Amsterdam

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