The Brouwersgracht is famous and named after the many beer breweries that were located along the canal in the past. Some former warehouses have in recent years been converted into homes, which are located on one of the most beautiful canals in the heart of the Jordaan, near the Westermarkt, many cozy pubs, restaurants and local shops.
From the apartment you have a beautiful view of both Brouwersgracht and Keizersgracht. In short, living in a UNIQUE location is now within reach! Just a stone's throw away is the beautiful Central Station, where bus, tram and train are waiting for you!
In one of these former warehouses we offer you a special item:
• Spacious and very light 2/3-room apartment;
• CORNER house;
• Garden and use of the spacious, quiet and sunny communal courtyard;
• Located on the ground floor;
• Beautiful and unobstructed view of both Brouwersgracht and Keizersgracht;
• Living area of the house 111 m˛;
The apartment is also accessible via several entrances, including the common main entrance, a private entrance at the front with small front garden annex, the adjacent gate as well as through the garden.
Shared closed entrance with gravel floor, elevator, shared laundry room with washing machine and dryer, communal relaxation room with table tennis table, seating and access to the meter cupboards.
Through a common adjacent gate there is access to the rear communal garden. At the front there is access to the separate communal bicycle shed.
Entrance / hall with tiled floor and suspended ceiling with upstairs storage room, toilet with raised floor and fountain, meter / storage cupboard, generous work / living room with raised wooden floor, beamed ceiling and two niches, spacious simple semi-open kitchen U-shaped kitchen , kitchen with wooden floor, simple bathroom with shower, sink and tiled floor, hallway, patio, spacious work / bedroom with wooden floor, beam ceiling, built-in wine cabinets, windows in the side wall, NO upstairs neighbors (102) and French doors with access to the private garden with vowels, planters and pond parties.
From both apartments there is direct access to the spacious, quiet and sunny communal garden located on the North-West.
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• Electrical installation consisting of 4 groups with earth leakage switch;
• Heating by gas heaters;
• Hot water through a badgeiser (Vaillant);
• Partly, for example, wooden and tiled floors;
• A sewer pipe can be present in the apartment for the entire building, which is installed as such
must be maintained and can not be removed;
• Heating pipes of number 104 run in the meter / storage cabinet of number 106, which is maintained as such
should be and should not be removed;
• This is a protected National Monument as referred to in the Monuments and Historic Buildings Act 1988;
• Delivery in further consultation, as soon as possible;
• Energy label G, valid until 9 March 2028, energy index 3.37;
• NEN-2580 Measurement certificate present, area 111 m2;
• Reservation permission sales members "VVE De Drie Brouwers" consisting of "VVE Mandemakers", "VVE
Imperial crown "and" VVE Wijnkopers "
• Reservation approval and permission sale Court;
The apartment rights are part of the "VVE Mandemakers", which VVE together with the "VVE Keizerskroon" and the "VVE Wijnkopers" are part of the umbrella "VVE De Drie Brouwers", which apartments are located on the Brouwersgracht 100 to 120 (even numbers) in Amsterdam.
The "VVE De Drie Brouwers", of which this apartment is part, is a special association. Within "De Drie Brouwers" the aim is not only to enjoy your own living, but the VVE also strives for a certain sense of community.
All residents contribute, on a voluntary basis and in their own capital, to that objective.
There is a common room at the entrance of the building. The garden is also for common use. There is also a washing machine and dryer for common use. Every year one or two meetings are organized, in which the garden maintenance takes place in a pleasant and fun way. If necessary, the residents care for each other. The "Drie Brouwers" has a special character due to the unique location and the interconnectedness between the residents.
In its present form, three buildings with a shared garden and residential street, "De Drie Brouwers" was created in 1974. Architect Jan Trapman took the initiative and designed a community of living according to the ideas about the makeable society that prevailed in the 1970s. During the renovation, he created apartments of different sizes, with the idea that residents could grow indoors and that a vacant home should always first be offered to the other owners. He also wanted space for different types of residents. He was very committed to diversity and in order to recruit the first residents, he deliberately advertised in various newspapers so that he would attract people from 'all walks of life'. In addition, he created several common areas, such as the garden, the residential street and the laundry room.
Times changed, and new people simply came in through the broker, but what remained was the realization that together we are more than just a well-functioning VVE.
• Small VVE with only 2 members;
• Service costs € 183.10 per month with which the reserve fund build-up is started up;
• Contact person VVE Mandemakers Ms D.G.G.A.M. Schopman;
• Professional Administrator Velzel VVE Services Amsterdam B.V., Laurierstraat 164, 1016 PS Amsterdam, 020-
• There is a sales regulatory provision, which involves obtaining permission when selling the
owners of the three buildings located at the Brouwersgracht 100 up to 120 (even numbers) in Amsterdam. This one
owners also have a pre-emption right to purchase for a period of two weeks, after notification
to these owners by means of a registered letter or against receipt, mentioning it
address, the asking price and the conditions.
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