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icon surface 179m²
icon price € 2.250.000 k.k.
icon type Double downstairs house
icon rooms 2 Bedrooms

Description

*** English text below***

On one of the most beautiful canals, around the corner from the Brouwersgracht, the Jordaan and Central Station is the beautiful monumental building "De Sonneblom" (1614) with its stately, classicistic sandstone facade (1768). The building, with its renewed foundation, stands out in the facade on the canal, due to its extra width and height. In the wooden pediment, above two palm leaves, a sunflower appears as an allusion to the centuries-old name. On the garden side of the building is the bright, with an eye for detail renovated apartment of 179m2 with patio and garden, northwest oriented, of about 26 meters deep including a gazebo. The apartment, which is located on bel-etage and souterrain, has a spacious high style room, a large kitchen with access to the garden and patio, two bedrooms with bathroom en suite and a separate toilet.

Layout
The hardstone staircase leads you to the monumental front door on the first floor. Behind it is a classic entrance with a marble floor and paneling. The walls and the approximately 4 meter high ceiling are decorated with original eighteenth-century mouldings and ornaments (Louis XV style) with chandelier. This common hall gives access to the stylish and bright apartment on the garden side of the property. In this hall is also an additional access to the bicycle storage and the basement. The apartment is, after an earlier renovation, brought back to a bright layout with a stylish finish by applying carefully chosen materials.
Striking upon entering is the daylight, which enters the hallway through the patio and the window from the style room on the garden side. The bedroom adjacent to the hall and the patio, has a shower and toilet en suite with above the possibility for storage. The attractive high wooden double doors and wooden floor are from Piet Jonker.

Through a few steps you reach the style room. Three impressive windows in the style room offer a beautiful view of the landscaped garden. The showpiece of the period room is the marble fireplace with built-in bookcases on either side. The ornamented ceiling and walls together with the original wooden floor complete this eighteenth century room. The period room gives access through French doors to a flat in the patio. There is also an adjoining deep storage room where the central heating system is located.
A modern wooden staircase takes you to the basement where the spacious kitchen is located with two large windows and patio doors to the garden. Under the sliding windows is a bench created with heating underneath, a nice place overlooking the beautiful garden. The kitchen can be completed in existing style by using wooden paneling or can be designed to your own liking. On the floor are two hundred year old French tiles with underfloor heating. Through the adjacent storage room there is an access to the patio.
The separate toilet under the stairs to the basement has a porcelain toilet bowl with decoration painted in blue.

The master bedroom is equipped with a spacious wardrobe. Herein is a blind access to the storage room in the basement, with the bicycle storage and the meter cupboard. The bathroom en suite is located in the patio and receives natural light through two skylights and a window that can be opened. This room is completely finished in a sand-colored concrete ciré with underfloor heating. An original designed washbasin with a concrete double sink with built-in wall taps, toilet and a shower separated by a glass wall with a built-in rain shower complete the space.

The classical French landscape style garden exudes serenity and tranquility; an oasis of calm in the dynamics of the canal belt. The garden is part of the Amsterdamse keurtuinen which has ensured that the cultural-historical value has always been preserved. In addition to the flowering and hardy plantings, there are two well-maintained tall red beech trees at the far end of the plot that offer a lot of privacy. There are several seating areas created at different times of day to enjoy the sun. The wooden garden house can be used as storage or transformed into a full guest room.

Surroundings

The canal house is located on the western side of the canal ring within walking distance of the Central Station and the Haarlemmerstraat with numerous quaint stores. On Saturdays there is a market at the Noordermarkt and Lindengracht. On Mondays there is a market at the Noordermarkt and Westerstraat and on Wednesdays there is an organic market at Haarlemmerplein. In addition, there are many nice cafes and eateries within walking distance, in short, a perfect location for the lover of the Amsterdam city center. By car the location is easily accessible via the Prins Hendrikkade and the IJtunnel.
Remarks:

-Foundation renewed
-Recently renovated
-Apartment 179 m2 over two floors on garden side
-Own land
-Completely equipped with underfloor heating (except for the style room) and regulable per room
-Service costs € 265.67 per month
-Very deep, landscaped garden of approx 136m2 (excl. garden shed, approx 22m2), Patio approx 12m2
-Two bicycle parking spaces in the common storage room in the basement with exit to the canal. Accessible from the apartment and from the canal.


*** English text***

On one of the most beautiful canals, around the corner from the Brouwersgracht, the cozy Jordaan and the Central Station is the beautiful monumental building "De Sonneblom" (1614) with its stately, classicist sandstone facade (1768). The building, with a renewed foundation, stands out in the facade on the canal, because of its extra width and height. The wooden pediment has a sunflower above two palm leaves as an allusion to the ancient name. On the garden side of the property is the bright apartment of 179m2, which has been renovated with an eye for detail, with a patio and garden, oriented to the northwest, of approx. 26 meters deep, including a garden house. The apartment, which is located on the ground floor and basement, has a spacious high style room, a large kitchen with access to the garden and patio,

Layout
The hard stone stairs lead you to the monumental front door on the first floor. Behind this is a classic entrance with a marble floor and panelling. The walls and the approximately 4 meters high ceiling are decorated with original eighteenth-century moldings and ornaments (Louis XV style) with chandelier. This communal hall gives access to the stylish and bright apartment on the garden side of the building. This hall also has extra access to the bicycle shed and the basement. After a previous renovation, the apartment has been brought back to a clear layout with a stylish finish by using carefully selected materials.
Striking upon entering is the daylight that enters the corridor through the patio and the windows from the period room on the garden side. The bedroom, adjacent to the hall and the patio, has a shower and toilet en suite with the possibility for storage space above. The attractive high wooden double doors and wooden floor come from Piet Jonker.

You reach the period room via a few steps. Three imposing windows in the period room offer a beautiful view of the beautifully landscaped garden. The showpiece in the period room is the marble fireplace with built-in bookcases on both sides. The ornate ceiling and walls, together with the original wooden floor, complete this eighteenth-century room. The period room gives access to a shelf in the patio through French doors. There is also an adjacent deep storage space where the central heating system is located.
A modern wooden staircase takes you to the basement where the spacious kitchen diner is located with two large windows and patio doors to the garden. A sofa has been created under the sliding windows with heating underneath, a nice place with a view of the beautiful garden. The kitchen can be completed in an existing style by using wooden panelling or designed to your own liking. On the floor are two hundred year old French tiles with underfloor heating. Through the adjacent storage room there is access to the patio.
The separate toilet under the stairs to the basement has a porcelain toilet bowl with decoration painted in blue.

The master bedroom has a spacious built-in wardrobe. This has blind access to the storage room in the basement, with the bicycle storage room and the meter cupboard. The bathroom en suite is located in the patio and receives daylight through two skylights and a window that can be opened. This space is completely finished in a sand-colored concrete with underfloor heating. An original designed washbasin furniture with a concrete double sink with built-in wall taps, toilet and a shower separated by a glass wall with a built-in rain shower complete the space.

The garden, laid out in classical French landscape style, exudes serenity and silence; an oasis of peace in the dynamics of the canal belt. The garden is part of the Amsterdam inspection gardens, which has ensured that the cultural-historical value has always been preserved. In addition to the flowering and hardy plantings, there are two well-maintained tall red beech trees at the end of the plot, which offer a lot of privacy. Several seating areas have been created to enjoy the sun at different times of the day. The wooden garden house can be used as a storage room or transformed into a fully-fledged guest room.
Surroundings
The canal house is located on the western side of the canal belt, within walking distance of Central Station and the Haarlemmerstraat with numerous special shops. On Saturdays you will find the market on the Noordermarkt and Lindengracht. On Mondays there is a market on the Noordermarkt and Westerstraat and on Wednesdays there is an organic market on Haarlemmerplein. In addition, there are many nice terraces and eateries within walking distance, in short, a perfect location for lovers of the Amsterdam city center. The location is easily accessible by car via the Prins Hendrikkade and the IJtunnel.
Details:

-Foundation renewed

Recently renovated -Apartment 179 m2 over two floors on the garden side
-Own land
-Fully equipped with underfloor heating (with the exception of the period room) and can be regulated per room
-Service costs € 265.67 per month
-Particularly deep, landscaped garden of approx. 136m2 (excluding garden house, approx. 22m2), Patio approx. 12m2
-Two bicycles - parking spaces in the communal storage room in the basement with exit to the canal. Accessible from the apartment and from the canal.
Amsterdam Region

Makelaarskantoor Carla van den Brink

phone +31 (0)20 671 72 72
mail amsterdam@R365.nl
Pieter Joep van den Brink
Pieter Joep van den Brink
amsterdam@r365.nl

Details

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Price
€ 2.250.000 k.k.
Status
Available
Acceptance
in consultation
Build
Apartment type
Double downstairs house, Apartment
Bottom floor
1
Build type
Existing
Build year
1614
Maintenance inside
Good
Maintenance outside
Good
Particulars
Monumental house, Protected town view
Surface and volume
Living surface
179m²
Other surface
7m²
Volume
680m³
Layout
Rooms
4
Bedrooms
2
Floors
2
Facilities
Mechanical ventilation
Energy
Insulation
Attached window
Hot water
Central heating
Exterior areas
Location
On the waterfront, In town center, Near waterway
Garden
Backyard
Backyard
Northwest, 167m², 639×2606cm
Shed
Free standing, wood
Garage

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