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40 m2 living
1013 HB Amsterdam
Located along the stunning Brouwersgracht in the popular Jordaan neighbourhood: unique top floor apartment of 39.2 m2 situated on private land, with an elevator and spectacular views over the city.
The apartment’s entrance on the 5th floor can be reached via the elevator or communal staircase.
This floor houses the spacious living room with open-plan kitchen. At the front side, double doors open up to a French balcony, providing a lovely view over the Brouwersgracht, Lindengracht, as well as Prinsengracht. Furthermore, there is a bedroom with plenty of built-in wardrobes on this floor, as well as the bathroom.
A pull-out staircase gives access to the second room on the 6th floor, which can be used as a second (guest) bedroom with a round window overlooking the canal.
•Total residential area approx. 39.2 m2 [in accordance with NEN2580];
•Private storage room of 2.3 m2 on the ground floor;
•Fantastically bright, with canal-facing windows, and on both sides (of the apartment).
•Communal bike storage on the ground floor;
•Top floor, so no upstairs neighbors;
•VvE service costs € 85.- per month.