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Prinsengracht 235 1015DT Amsterdam

Asking price € 600.000 

Year of construction
1649
Floor space
200 m²
Number of rooms
8
Lot size
139 m²

Description

MONUMENTAL CANAL HOUSE (APPROX. 200 M2) WITH LARGE WINDOWS ON THE PRINSENGRACHT. MANY ORIGINAL DETAILS ARE STILL PRESENT AND THE FIRST FLOOR HAS A CEILING HEIGHT OF APPROXIMATELY 4.25 METERS. THE BIDDING PERIOD CLOSES ON JANUARY 14, 2022.

This unique canal house was built in 1649 and put into use as the poorhouse where, at the time, food was distributed to the poor. In the building they had access to, among other things, their own bakery.

Leasehold:
The sale takes place by means of an issue in perpetual ground lease. The asking price for the single payment for the value of the building (usable area is approx. 200 m2) is: € 600.000,-- k.k. In addition, the buyer has the possibility to buy off the ground rent in perpetuity when issuing the plot with the building on it by paying a lump sum of € 900.000,--. The purchasing party can also choose to pay an yearly fee (canon) for the use of the land of € 21,510.-- This amount is fixed with unchanged use, apart from the annual adjustment for inflation.

You can find the General Conditions 2016, which apply and other information about leasehold via the website: www.amsterdam.nl/erfpacht.

Layout first floor:
Through the portal is the impressive spacious hall of the house accessible. Here is a separate toilet, separate shower and stairs to the second floor. The hall gives access to a spacious living room (43m2). What immediately attracts attention are the high ceilings (4.25 m) and the light that comes through the large windows at the front. The living room has two rooms of approximately 13 m2 and approximately 9 m2. These lend themselves perfectly as a bedroom or study.
At the rear of the house is an extension of approximately 17m2, this is in the 50s of the last century built. On the extension is an extra room attached of approximately 8m2 which can be used as storage. The extension is of indifferent value and the purchasing party can investigate whether the extension can be converted into an outdoor area/garden.

Layout second floor:
This floor features a closed kitchen, a bathroom equipped with a shower, sink and toilet. The living room has a mantelpiece, closets and a skylight. At the front you have a beautiful view over the Prinsengracht and Egelantiersgracht.
On this floor there are two bedrooms, one at the front and one at the rear of the property.

Location:
The property is located in the world famous 17th -century canal belt (UNESCO World Heritage) on the edge of the Jordaan with the Westertoren around the corner. With numerous cozy restaurants and cafes there is always something to do. For daily shopping you can go to the Westerstraat. Public transport is within walking distance, the Westermarkt and Central Station are easily accessible.

Floor:
After inspection by the seller it appears that some floor beams need to be replaced. This work will be carried out at the seller's expense and risk. Documentation about this is available through our office.

Monument:
The property is a National Monument.

Documentation:
The documents concerning this property can be requested from our office.

Important information:
The property is offered subject to a screening in the context of the integrity of the leaseholder, based on the municipal integrity policy (BIBOB) and administrative approval from the Municipality of Amsterdam.

This sale is subject to various additional provisions or details, including the deposit, more information can be found in the financial framework.

The financial framework for sale/issue and the brochure 'Sale of Municipal Real Estate' apply to this offer. In this brochure the Municipality of Amsterdam has further elaborated the (process) conditions under which the Municipality of Amsterdam offers its municipal real estate. You can download this brochure from the website www.amsterdam.nl/aanbodvastgoed. The financial framework is available at our office.

After administrative approval from the Municipality of Amsterdam, the ground lease right will be established based on the General Provisions for perpetual ground lease 2016 Amsterdam.

Bid:
Our client, the municipality of Amsterdam, has requested us to offer the object publicly for at least six weeks (a.o. on Funda). Within this period the property Prinsengracht 235 will therefore not be allocated to any candidate. The bidding period closes on January 14, 2022, which is eight weeks due to various holidays. A bidding form is available at our office. The bid form should be completed in full, initialled and signed, including a copy of your ID and, if applicable, an extract from the Chamber of Commerce, and mailed in one pdf file to Notary Office Spier en Hazenberg,

Disclaimer:
The above text is indicative only, no rights can be derived from it.
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2021-11-19
Status
available
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement

Construction

Type of house/apartment
Canal-side property
Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction
1649

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
200 m²
Lot size
139 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
8
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MVA neighbourhood information: Grachtengordel-West

Grachtengordel West lies alongside four main canals (Singel, Herengracht, Keizersgracht and Prinsengracht) and is marked as UNESCO world cultural heritage. The area defines itself by its broad canals and big residences. The Grachtengordel has many historical sights, including the Anne Frank house, the Grachtenhuis, The Bible museum and House Marseille. Inside the area lies the well know nine streets (9 straatjes) one of the most important shopping area’s of Amsterdam. The primary functions of this area of Amsterdam are living and working.

Prinsengracht 235 1015DT Amsterdam

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