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- 2 bedrooms
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Property descriptionLive overlooking the water, in an unspoilt area of Amsterdam, in a beautiful national monument house with a sunny garden!
This canal facing apartment in a listed building has 2 bedrooms (possibly 3), 2
bathrooms, a guest room, a sunny garden and a beautiful authentic high beamed ceiling. Located on the Oudeschans, it is in the heart of the historic city center of
The house was fully renovated in 2005/2006 by Tijmen Ploeg architecten. A second bathroom was created recently. This delightful home (160 m2) is in excellent condition and ready to move into!
Entrance with spacious living room at the front and a ceiling height of almost 4.5
meters, large windows provide beautiful views over one of Amsterdam’s widest canals. At the rear, the house is divided by a loft. On the ground floor is the open and spacious Arclinea kitchen, with cooking island, cupboards wall and every imaginable built-in appliance. It opens on to the garden. The top floor has an open bedroom, with a bathroom and walk-in closet/storage room. This floor enjoys views onto the canal as well as the garden.
The master bedroom is on the garden side and has a bathroom with a Durat Block bath, walk-in shower, sink and built-in mirror cabinet. The bedroom directly overlooks the garden. At the front is the guest room with a separate laundry room, separate toilet and a storage room. A third bedroom could be created here.
The charming and peaceful garden benefits from the afternoon sun.
A central and authentic area on the east side of the center of Amsterdam. The Jodenbreestraat is just around the corner for all daily shopping, such as the Albert Heijn supermarket and Etos drugstore. Within easy walking distance of shops, markets, good cafes, restaurants and culture such as the Hermitage, Rembrandt House and Muziekgebouw aan 't IJ. The nearby old Marineterrein and Oosterdok are very hip places these days. There is an organic market every Saturday on the Nieuwmarkt. Central Station is within walking distance. Waterlooplein metro station and Nieuwmarkt are even closer. By car the A10 via the IJtunnel (North) or Piet Hein tunnel (East) are just a few minutes away.
The Oude Schans, originally named Nieuwe Gracht, was excavated between 1515 and 1518 as part of the defensive moat for the east side of the city.
The Montelbaanstoren was built in 1516 as part of this protection.
- Located on private land
- Totally renovated In 2006 by Tijmen Ploeg Architecten.
- Parking via a permit system
- National monument built in 1723, (Monument number: 4043)
- Original 17th century beamed ceiling. Ceiling height of almost 4.5 m
- Underfloor heating throughout the house
- Sunny garden of approx 55 m2 with afternoon sun
- Storage room
- Indoor bicycle parking for residents
- Healthy VVE (Building management) Service costs: € 263.31 per month
Oudeschans 100, Amsterdam, North Holland, Netherlands
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