Very prestigious complete canal building of approx. 340 m2 located by the water of the beautiful Keizersgracht. The entire house is very tasteful and stylishly finished, while retaining the authentic details and forming a good whole with the final details. The unique layout is spread out over 6 residential layers and includes a royal entrance, reception room, salon, sitting room and five well-proportioned bedrooms. These are connected to each other by both authentic 17th century stairs and a modern glass lift. The building was constructed in 1671 by Gerrit Jacobz and Adrieaan Gerritz and it concerns a National Monument featuring a sandstone façade and a distinctive neck-clock façade.
Royal entrance, through double opening doors in the glass wall access to the reception room. Second hall at the back with toilet and washbasin, broom closet and spacious storage with technical installation and washing machine and dryer set-up. Situated in the second hall is the modern lift in a modern glass tube. The stately 17th century stairs are located opposite the lift, connecting all residential layers together.
Landing: salon located at the front with three large window units which provide a lot of light and offer a gorgeous view over the canal. The ceiling height at this floor is an impressive 4 metres in height. There is access to the sitting room from the dining room. The spacious kitchen is located in the back home and has a u-setup.
Landing, access to the living room located at the front featuring three large window units. Small pantry with refrigerator, washstand and storage. Bathroom equipped with toilet, shower and washstand. Through the lift hall there is access to the roof terrace oriented to the east.
Landing with closet for washing machine and dryer, royal master bedroom at the front with view over the water of the Keizersgracht. En-suite bathroom with two washstands, toilet, bidet, a walk-in shower and a wall closet.
Landing with spacious wall closet, large bedroom with canal view, second bedroom at the back with access to the roof terrace. Bathroom featuring bathtub and washstand. Separate toilet.
Landing, closet with central heating boiler. Bedroom at the front and a bedroom at the back, both bedrooms include velux skylights and have a ridge height of 3.26 metres. Location This special canal building is located in the centre of Amsterdam, at the prestigious Keizersgracht.
There is a view over the water of the canals from the entire house and the characteristic image which Amsterdam is known for throughout the entire world. The front façade is oriented to the southwest and there is an unobstructed view from the building to Leidsegracht and Molenpad. There is a bend in the Canal at this location, which makes it extra wide there. Keizersgracht is one of the most formal canals and there are no residential boats in front of the door in this area. The building is located around the corner of the famous 9 Straatjes (9 Streets), known for its conviviality, boutiques and many shops and restaurants. Boutiques can be found here such as LaDress, Skins Cosmetics, Renalda wine shop, the Kaaskamer of Amsterdam and Gerda’s Bloemen (flowers). Around the corner you can find De Dylan Hotel where luxurious dining is possible in Vinkeles Restaurant, crowned with a Michelin star. Dam Square, Rokin and Leidseplein are all at walking distance. For relaxation, Vondelpark is at only 5 minutes cycling distance and there are various arterial roads easily accessible. Particularities: - Conforming to Nen2580 measurement, the entire house has a living area of 338.89 m2. - The property includes two royal roof terraces, together with a surface area of 21 m2.
- Classified as National Monument. - Located on private land. - Unesco world heritage. - Includes a private lift with modern glass tube from the ground floor up to the third floor. - Very tasteful and stylishly finished canal building.