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€ 500.000 k.k.
50 m2 living
In the popular Jordaan neighbourhood along one of the most sought-after canals in Amsterdam, this charming and well laid out 2-room apartment of approx. 50.2 m2 with a balcony of 3.6 m2 and an elevator, is located.
On the 2nd floor – reachable by elevator or common staircase – of a 17th century monumental warehouse, a unique milk glass door gives access to the apartment.
Upon entering, the lovely, authentic beam construction is immediately visible and the three windows at the front side provide fantastic views over the beautiful Brouwersgracht. The fireplace with mantelpiece in the middle of the room creates a characteristic atmosphere. The entire apartment has a solid oak floor and was completely renovated in 2022.
The modern open kitchen is equipped with luxury built-in appliances and has a washing machine connection. There is also plenty of storage space and a separate storage room.
At the rear side, the bright bedroom is situated, with direct access to the balcony (3.6 m2). Furthermore, the well-finished bathroom with bathtub, shower, washbasin. There is a separate toilet at the entrance.
A separate, private storage room of the apartment is located on the ground floor.
•Total residential area 50.2 m2 (in accordance with NEN2580);
•Balcony of 3.6 m2 (in accordance with NEN2580);
•Situated in a 17th century national monument (Unesco core area);
•Secured central entrance;
•Recently renovated kitchen with built-in appliances;
•Private storage room on the ground floor (4.1 m2);
•Freehold land, so no leasehold;
•A healthy and well-organized VvE (under own management);
•VvE service charges are € 239,- per month;
•Located along the beautiful Brouwersgracht with fantastic view of the canal and the old warehouses. The Haarlemmerdijk, Haarlemmerstraat, and Noordermarkt are within walking distance, as well as many cafés, restaurants, and boutique stores. AmsterdamCentral Station can be reached by bike in 5 minutes, providing access to all public transport and other exit roads.