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249 m2 living
Wonderful and authentic canal house divided over 4 floors of 248.5 m² with roof terrace. Situated on the beautiful Brouwersgracht with unique view over the Keizersgracht in the heart of the Jordaan.
This historical monument from 1780 is completely renovated in 2008 with an eye for detail and under architecture.
This classic house has a dining room with open kitchen, entrance with marble floor and bedroom on the ground floor.
There is a spacious living room on the first floor and a bedroom with adjoining bathroom at the rear. The master bedroom is on the second floor and adjoins the luxurious bathroom with bathtub and walk-in shower. From this floor there is access to the roof terrace.
The basement is very light because of the patio in the middle that connects the front and back. There is a bedroom with adjoining bathroom and a hobby/cinema room, which could very easily be used as a fifth bedroom.
The location of the property is very special. With unobstructed views over the water of both the Brouwersgracht and the Keizersgracht and on the bridge that connects both canals.
– Usable living area of approx. 248.5 m² and gross floor surface 298.7 m² (according to NEN2580);
– Patio of approx. 8 m² (according to NEN2580);
– Roof terrace of approx. 26 m² (according to NEN2580);
– Four floors;
– 4 to 5 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms;
– Renewed (concrete) foundation from 1974;
– Monument, Unesco World Heritage;
– Authentic wooden beams and floors and two fireplaces;
– Arclinea kitchen with Gaggenau appliances;
– High quality architectural renovation in 2008;
– The property has two apartment rights;
– Located on private land;
– Entirely in own possession, so no owner’s association.