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Prins Hendrikkade 512 1011TE Amsterdam

Asking price € 389.000 

Year of construction
1914
Floor space
30 m²
Number of rooms
2
Lot size
60 m²

Description

Beautiful, authentic, houseboat with itís own mooring spot in the heart of Amsterdam where the old and new city centres meet. The Ketch, which dates from 1914, has now found after many travels a nice place on the Prins Hendrikkade. With a view of CS, the OBA and the Conservatory, you can simultaneously forget about the city and experience the feeling of space that being next to the water gives you. An ideal combination for people who love the city, water and ships.
The classic domed window was built for the peat and straw board industry in East Groningen. It was rebuilt and motorized in the late 1970s. The ship has a superstructure (cabin) where a charming and practically arranged living space has been created, with a compact kitchen, a bathroom with bath and a bedroom with a box bed.
There is a service area under the foredeck. Under the aft deck is the deckhouse with sleeping places for the bargees' children of yesteryear and the engine room.

Layout
Access to the ship from the Prins Hendrikkade, is via a small terrace on the quay bordered by a scaffolding pipe. The ship has a spacious fore and aft deck. Everywhere you look you can admire beautiful details. A door gives access to the cabin. This consists of a living room with sitting area, a kitchen, bathroom and bedroom.
The ship last sailed 1 Ĺ years ago. At the moment there is no CVO available and the ship will have to be registered again in order to sail.
If this very charming ship does not meet your living requirements, it is possible to place a houseboat with a maximum of 25 meters long and 5 meters wide at this location.
Surroundings
This houseboat is located in the middle of the oldest part of Amsterdam and also the most new! From the deck you look out over the Oostersdok with the Montelbaanstoren, the Scheepvaartmuseum and NEMO. The mooring is just off the city's most touristy routes. You live here within walking distance of the Central Station where all forms of public transport can be found. A parking permit can be obtained from the City Center. Due to the reorganization of through traffic, there are fewer cars in the area, which ensures that you can relax in the middle of the centre!
The fact that there are no ships directly next to you further contributes to this tranquillity.

Characteristics
- Built in 1914
- Mooring fee EUR 1000 per year
- Two-master
- Ship length and width: approximately 21.6 meters by approximately 4.54 meters
- Pay attention! Living area according to NEN measurement is 23 m2, gross floor area 79 m2 and approximately 30 m2 of living space with a height of 1.80 meters at some points.
- Insulated walls
- Only glass
- Meter cupboard with three groups
- HR boiler from 2016
- Connection to the sewer
- Connection to electricity
- Diesel engine DAF 575
- Delivery in consultation

Disclaimer
The non-binding information shown on this website has been compiled by us (with care) based on data from the seller (and / or third parties). However, on our part, no liability is accepted for any incompleteness, inaccuracy or otherwise, or the consequences thereof. All specified sizes and surfaces are indicative.
A houseboat is movable property for which the reflection period of 3 days does not apply and a verbal agreement is binding.
We recommend that you let an NVM purchase broker advise you.
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2021-4-10
Status
available
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement

Construction

Type of house/apartment
Houseboat
Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction
1914

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
30 m²
Lot size
60 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
2
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More information

MVA neighbourhood information: Nieuwmarkt/Lastage

This area is known as the quiet part of Amsterdam Centrum. Amsterdam East is an environmentally friendly area with canals and important cultural buildings. These characteristics make this part of Amsterdam ideal as a residential area. Unlike downtown this area consists of many young couples who are starting with their careers. East and the eastern islands and the old harbor-area is still relatively vacant, but that will change in the upcoming years with the Weesper- and Plantagebuurt still in development.

Prins Hendrikkade 512 1011TE Amsterdam

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Amsterdam

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