Truly a unique property! A canal house of approximately 463 m2 divided over four floors, situated on the Keizersgracht, one of the famous canals in Amsterdam. Built as a residence and a merchant’s house, but around 1865 these two buildings were rebuilt and made into a coach house with an upstairs apartment with a 19th century cornice gable. Because the two houses were combined the façade of this house, that used to be known as “The Mill”, nowadays is almost 8 meters wide. At the moment the property is used as a store, workshop and residence however because the designated use is “Gemengd-1” there are several possibilities like residence, office space, gallery etc. or a combination of the afore mentioned.
The property is located in a great location in the center of Amsterdam on the Keizersgracht, nearby the Herenstraat. The house is within walking distance from the Westerstraat, Haarlemmerstraat and Haarlemmerdijk, where you’ll find a great variety of shops for your daily groceries.
Furthermore on Saturdays the famous ‘Noordermarkt’, a farmers market and regular market, can be found on the Lindengracht. The neighborhood also has a wide variety of restaurants, cafes and nightlife including the EYE Filmmuseum, Tolhuistuin, the New De La Mar Theater and ‘’Stadsschouwburg Amsterdam’’,
The property is easily accessible both by car and public transport. At the ‘’Nieuwezijds Voorburgwal’’ near the ‘’Nieuwezijds Kolk’’ you’ll find stops for various tram and bus lines to all the parts of the city and the Central station is only 1 km away. By car, you can reach the A10 highway in about 15 minutes.
Ground floor: on both sides of the property there’s an entrance to a spacious floor with 4,40 meter high ceilings. The ground floor is currently in use as a piano store with a big workshop in the back. Also you can find a pantry and toilet on this floor. Using the staircase you will enter the entresol where you have access to the mezzanine floor above the workshop, and a storage/furnace room.
Using the staircase you enter the first floor: hallway with toilet, access to a very spacious and light living room with 3 meter high ceilings with ornamental mouldings. The spacious sitting area in the front of the house has a fireplace with a beautiful mantelpiece. The 3 high windows offer an amazing view on the Keizersgracht. The open kitchen is situated at the back and gives access to the (first) terrace of approximately 18 m2 facing south-east. Besides the terrace, there is an adjoining conservatory with access to the rear annexe.
The annexe has two bedrooms, one in the front, and one in the back with in the middle a bathroom with double sinks and a toilet. The bedroom in the back of the annexe is provided with an entresol.
Using steel winding stairs in the living room you access the second floor: a very spacious landing with build in closets and an open bathroom with a sunken bathtub, separate shower, toilet, sink and washing machine and dryer. On this floor on the front side there’s a spacious bedroom with windows from floor to ceiling with amazing views over the canal. It is possible to create an extra bedroom on this floor.
Using another staircase you access the second roof terrace of approximately 17 m˛.
- Entire canal house
- approximately 463 m2 living space
- Own ground (no leasehold)
- Designated use is ‘Gemengd -1’, which means that the property can be used in several ways (residence, office, gallery or a combination).
- Non-listed building
- You can change the lay-out to your own taste.
€ 3,450,000.- (three million four hundred and fifty thousand euro with the costs for the purchasers account)
The living space is approximately 463,40 m˛ and divided as follows:
Ground floor - app. 157,60 m˛
Middle floor - app. 97,80 m˛
First floor - app. 139,60 m˛
Second - app. 65,80
Terrace first floor - app. 18,20 m˛
Rooftop terrace - app. 17,10 m˛
Paid parking on public roads and through the licensing system (license area Centre 2). There is currently a waiting period of approximately 11 months, but it is possible to apply for an overspill permit. More information about parking can also be found on the website of the municipality of Amsterdam.
Preference is given to a notary office in Amsterdam.
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