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€ 1.100.000 k.k.
103 m2 living
Fantastic and unique loft apartment of approximately 103 m2 with stunning views of the Lauriergracht. This comfortable apartment with two bedrooms, has a sunny terrace of 15m2 directly adjacent to the living room. The apartment is located in a former Christian Reformed Church “Eben Haëzer”, which in 1989 was transformed into 7 apartments.
The house, on private land, is located on one of Amsterdam’s most beautiful canals in the heart of the Jordaan.
Through the communal entrance on the canal, which opens into a green courtyard, the apartment is accessible via a walkway on the second floor.
Upon entering, the hall gives access to a spacious split-level living room at the front. Large windows on both sides make this room particularly light. French doors at the front give direct access to the roof terrace. The open kitchen has a natural stone countertop and several appliances. On the right side of the apartment a bedroom with walk-in closet is located. The second bedroom is located on the left side.
At the rear a bathroom, separate toilet and built-in closet with connection for a washing machine (and dryer) can be found.
A common bicycle storage and private storage room of 4m2 can be reached through the courtyard.
The former church is located on charming Lauriergracht in the cozy Jordaan, within walking distance of the Noordermarkt, Elandsgracht and the 9 streets. The area is characterized by a wide range of restaurants, cafes and boutique stores. Central station can be reached in 7 minutes by bike and gives access to all public transport and other arterial roads.
– Total usable area of 103 m2 (according to NEN2580);
– Living room adjacent terrace of 15m2 facing south;
– Energy label B;
– Private storage room and communal bicycle storage;
– Located on private land, no ground lease;
– Active and financially healthy VVE;
– Monthly service charges VVE: € 175, -;
– Projectnotaris: Spier en Hazenberg;
– Delivery in consultation.