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Spiegelgracht 20 A1 1017JR Amsterdam

Year of construction
Floor space
58 m²
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Modern 1, 5 bedroom apartment on top location

Right in the middle of one of the liveliest canal quarters in Amsterdam we offer an unfurnished apartment on the 3rd floor. The 350-year-old Spiegelgracht, known as ‘the red carpet to the Rijksmuseum’, forms the heart of the Spiegel Quarter together with the adjacent Nieuwe Spiegelstraat. This characteristic quarter harbours countless antiques dealers, jewellers and art galleries. The short canal, that was once part of the second phase of the Amsterdam canals, is lined with various small and narrow canal houses, displaying unique monumental facades, details and ornaments. Museumsquare is walking distance, same as Vondelpark and area of the nine little streets.

Lay out,

By communal entrance to the 1st floor. Entrance, hall way. The apartment is brand new renovated with the finest materials and the use of colour is unique. On the right you have the toilet. Separate laundryroom and bathroom with shower and bath.
On the left are 2 rooms, the bedroom with closet space and there is a smaller room which can be used as an office or spare room.
You enter the living room with windows all around. Amazing view over the Spiegelgracht. The new kitchen is fully equipped.

An amazing place on an amazing spot.

- Fully renovated
- 1,5 bedrooms
- Top location
- Energy label A
- Not suitable for sharing

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58 m²


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Spiegelgracht 20 A1 1017JR Amsterdam

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