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Singel 136 b 1015AG Amsterdam

Asking price € 1.485.000 

Year of construction
Floor space
168 m²
Number of rooms


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Singel 136 B

This large double ground floor apartment is situated in a listed building along one of the world-famous canals in Amsterdam, has a high-end finish, a garden and has been maintained to an excellent standard. The property was completely renovated in 2009/2010 and has a new foundation. The apartment is located at the quiet rear of this beautiful and stately listed building.

The classic steps lead up to the stately entrance with high ceilings and marble finishing. Access to the apartment at the rear.

Large entrance area, hall with toilet, the living room on the elevated ground floor has extremely high ceilings (4.30 meters!), original beam ceilings, a sleek design (gas) fire and access to the cosy city garden with a practical storage space.

The high-quality open plan kitchen (German brand Bulthaup, type B3) is very large and includes various kitchen appliances (including a Quooker) and a sturdy stainless-steel worktop. All the kitchen appliances are made by Gaggenau. The central heating boiler is hidden, and is located in the kitchen.

The dining room is next to the kitchen; This charming room looks out onto the courtyard, which legally forms part of the apartment.

A mezzanine has been added above the kitchen (standing height of approx. 1.90 m), which is currently being used as home cinema with seven real cinema chairs.

The concrete floor has been lowered when the foundation was renewed, creating a pleasant ceiling height of 2.50 meters.

Large hall with lots of storage cupboards and separate toilet, two good-sized bedrooms with fitted wardrobes, smart modern bathroom with walk-in shower and washbasin. The master bedroom is extremely large and luxurious and has an en-suite bathroom. This spa-like room has a large walk-in/walk-through shower, a separate bathtub (Cocoon) and a sturdy washbasin. The master room and bathroom have the look and feel of a 5-star hotel.

The property is located between Brouwersgracht and Rozengracht, near Multatuliplein. The Singel forms part of the famous Amsterdam canals and has now been inscribed on the Unesco World Heritage list. Singel is the innermost (main) canal and is within walking distance of Haarlemmerstraat, Noordermarkt, Dam square and the popular 9 straatjes shopping area. This charming and bustling part of De Jordaan is still very authentic and offers something for everyone: a great variety of bars, restaurants and boutiques, and, if you like to engage in sports, Westerpark is within easy walking distance. This area also offers the opportunity to engage in a variety of cultural activities, for example at the Concertgebouw and the internationally renowned Rijksmuseum, Stedelijk Museum and Van Gogh Museum. You can also find the Anne Frankhuis and the famous Westertoren in de Jordaan nearby.
The area has excellent public transport links (trams and buses) and the A-10, A-2, A-9 and A-4 motorways as well as Schiphol Airport are all within easy reach by car.

- listed building
- usable residential space approx. 168 m2 and a mezzanine of approx. 20 m2 (cinema) with standing height of 1.86m (NEN2580 measured)
- living room with ceiling height of 4.30 meters
- high-end finish (e.g. Bulthaup kitchen/Cocoon bathroom)
- separate dining room
- north-west facing city garden
- the basement has a ceiling height of 2.50 metres
- 3 bedrooms
- 2 bathrooms
- located at the rear of the property
- split and interior renovated to a new-build standards in 2009/2010
- active and healthy Owners’ Association; monthly service fee € 194
- professional Owners’ Association
- freehold
- Is subject to the transitional regime for short-stay use, which means that this property is very suitable for rental purposes

Asking price € 1,485,000 costs payable by the purchaser.
Delivery: in consultation.

All in all: are you looking in a high-end property with a luxurious finish in a stately property along the quiet/secluded rear of a listed building, equipped with every modern convenience? Don't hesitate to contact our office or your NVM real estate agent to make a viewing appointment.

We have selected this information with the utmost care. We accept no responsibility for any incompleteness, inaccuracy or otherwise, nor for the consequences thereof. All the indicated measurements and surfaces are indicative. The buyer has a duty to investigate any issues that are relevant to him/her. The real estate agent is the advisor of the seller in respect of this apartment. We advise you to engage the services of an expert (NVM) real estate agent to assist you during the purchasing process. If you have a specific requirement with regard to the residence, we recommend that you inform our purchasing real estate agent thereof in time and conduct an independent investigation, or have it done on your behalf. If you do not engage the services of an expert representative, the expert deems that you are capable to establish any relevant matters. The MVA terms and conditions are applicable in full.
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Ground-floor apartment
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Year of construction

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Floor space
168 m²


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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.

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