44 m² - Herengracht, Netherlands 1016BE
Beautiful apartment on the Herengracht in Amsterdam.
Unique and very attractive apartment (44.2m²) located at the intersection of the Herengracht with the Leliegracht, one of the most beautiful parts of historic Amsterdam. The stately apartment is located on the second floor in a very well maintained National Monument with richly decorated bell gable in the middle of the bustling center. At the front you have a breathtakingly beautiful panoramic view of both the Herengracht and the Leliegracht, the bridges of the Keizersgracht and Prinsengracht and the much-sung Westertoren. The apartment has been beautifully renovated and is in excellent condition.
Location / accessibility:
In the immediate vicinity there is a wide variety of nice boutiques, restaurants, cafes and shops for daily shopping. The Dam, the Bijenkorf and the Magna Plaza, the "nine streets", the Jordaan, the Westerkerk and the Central Station are a stone's throw away. In addition, there is perfect accessibility by public transport.
Through the spectacular monumental hall with murals and authentic ornaments you reach the entrance of the apartment on the second floor. The hall offers access to all rooms. The living room is located at the front of the apartment and has a beautiful light. Three large windows over the entire width offer a truly magnificent view of the two adjacent canals and their associated canal houses. The canal view can rightly be called Unesco World Heritage. The entire apartment has a warm oak herringbone parquet floor with beautiful piping, windows with the original rod division and the original beamed ceiling. The open kitchen is equipped with a hob, electric grill, warming drawer, combi oven, refrigerator with freezer and dishwasher. The living room has a beautiful custom-made interior cupboard.
At the rear is the spacious Master Bedroom which also has custom built-in wardrobes. The luxurious bathroom, accessible from the bedroom, is beautifully finished with warm mosaic tiles and granito cast floor and equipped with a spacious walk-in shower, a sink with granito stone top, a towel radiator and a washing machine connection. The house has a separate meter cupboard and large storage cupboard in the hallway.
To the Lords Governors of the city (The city was not ruled, but ruled). The canal already existed as a ditch, when it was widened in 1612 to the current canal, the first of the three main canals. The part beyond the Leidsegracht belongs to the explanation of 1658. That explanation also includes the Nieuwe Herengracht. (Source: Amsterdam City Atlas)
Apartment, 44.2 m (Nen 2580 measurement report available)
Exclusive Service costs: € 80 per month (Gas, water and electricity)
Spacious storage cupboard in the common staircase
Parking via permit system