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224 m2 living
In the heart of the Amsterdam canal district, on the Keizersgracht, lies this truly unique property comprising of two contiguous apartments now reconnected as they were originally built in 1672.
It consists of the 224 m2 meters ground floor and 310 m2 meters garden of a monumental building originally built as the coach house serving one of Amsterdam’s most famous buildings, the mayor’s residence.
Past owners include Wilhelmina Philippine van Tuyll van Serooskerken-Willink and Hendrik Maurits Jacobus van Loon of the regent van Loon family.
Entrance is through the open kitchen and dining area. The large adjoining living room with a ceiling height of 3.44 meters has a working fireplace and original double doors leading to the monumental garden. The house blends a distinctive mix of contemporary and historic architecture giving a feel of space and tradition.
The bedroom, which faces the peaceful interior garden, has custom built closets and a spacious luxury en-suite bathroom. The kitchen, living room, bathroom and bedroom areas enjoy the benefits of floor heating throughout.
The large open area where once the horse stables were located, is still adorned by the horse stalls and can be used as either an office, residential or commercial space. Although seamlessly connected to the rest of the house, this area is registered as a separate apartment and enjoys an (additional) separate entrance.
– Apartment with a living area of 223.9 m2 (in accordance with NEN2580);
– Beautiful authentic garden of approximately 310 m2;
– The entire property was renovated in 2009 and the exterior refinished in 2021;
– 1 bedroom, 1 complete bathroom, 2 toilets;
– Utility closet with washer and dryer;
– It consists of two separate apartments 607-A (residential) and 607-E (work/commercial/residential;);
– Open kitchen with high-quality built-in appliances (Siemens, Boretti and Bosch);
– Municipal monument;
– Working fireplace;
– Active alarm system;
– The buyer may request the city for permission to convert the space into an official parking garage;
– Private electric car charging station in the house;
– Professional VvE, service costs per month for both apartments are € 311,85 in total;
– Located on private land;
– Prime location, next to the FOAM photography museum, van Loon Museum and all that the center of Amsterdam has to offer; very close proximity to bus and subway lines.