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€ 2.500.000 k.k.
447 m2 living
Double lower house
Beautiful flat in 17th-century monumental canal house on the Waalseiland divided over three layers of 447 m2 located on the widest canal in Amsterdam. The flat is a renovation project, with the foundation and roof already done you can finish this project to your own taste.
The house has two beautiful style rooms at the front with stucco ceilings and a ceiling height of over 4 metres. The very high windows with double glazing provide a lot of light and because of the many original ornaments a unique appearance.
At the rear of the property is “the Hall”. An authentic period room with an adjoining terrace of 34 m2.
In the basement at the rear is a licensed swimming pool with adjacent shower rooms, sauna and a large pantry. At the front of the basement, there is a two-room flat which has its own entrance. This space lends itself very well to keeping a gallery, studio or guest house.
The apartment is perfectly situated with spots like the Stopera, public library, Muziekgebouw and the Eye on walking distance.
– Living area of approximately 447 m2;
– Renovation project, can be completely furnished according to own taste;
– Swimming pool (indoors) with permit;
– Terrace of approximately 34,3 m2;
– Patio in the middle of the house with an electric opening roof;
– Completely new foundation (2010);
– Two-bedroom flat with its own entrance suitable as a gallery, workshop or guest house;
– VvE is in the process of being founded (KvK registration is completed);
– National monument;
– Located on private land;
– The property is located within walking distance of Central Station, the Nieuwmarkt and Waterlooplein with a wide range of restaurants and shops. The location is also very well accessible by public transport.