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112 m2 living
The largest apartment within the project, it is 112 m2 and has been tastefully and thoughtfully renovated. It has two bedrooms (with the possibility of three), a luxury kitchen with adjacent space for a dining area, gas fireplace and three windows with a beautiful view over the canal.
Both bedrooms have an en-suite, with the main bedroom benefiting from a bath tub, two basins and separate shower.
Singel 326-328 consists of seven apartments that have been renovated to the highest level. In a prime location, a stone’s throw from Soho House and The Hoxton Hotel and with impressive canal views. Situated in beautiful early 18th-century buildings, 326 is listed as a National Monument thanks to its particularly breathtaking curved frame-shaped pediment, decoration around its lifting beam and imposing claw pieces with Neptune and Mercury, attributed by P. Fischer to Anthony Turck.
•Total residential area approx. 112 m2 (in accordance with NEN2580)
•Two bedrooms (with the possibility for three)
•Built-in bedside lights
•Linen blackout curtains
•All new appliances, including a Bora hob with integrated ventilation and Quooker
•Original features including built-in benches
•Situated on private land, so no leasehold
•Active, professionally managed owners’ association (VvE)
•Project notary: Van den Eerenbeemt Notarissen