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Sold
icon surface 288m²
icon land 379m²
icon price € 3.950.000 k.k.
icon type Ground floor apartment
icon rooms 4 Bedrooms

Description

*English text below*

Herengracht 570A

On the beautiful Herengracht, at the sought after location, between the Utrechtsestraat and the Amstel lies this beautiful monumental canal house from 1670 . The merchant's house of over 7 meters wide was erected around 1670 and features a neck gable with animal figures (dragons and bears) as wing pieces (XVIIIa). In the top adorns a coat of arms with hoisting beam capped with a wooden crown. Above the door is a fine carved window (a decoration in the skylight of the entrance door) from about 1800, and the window frames on the canal side have a rod arrangement according to the French neoclassical empire style

On the bell floor and basement of this canal house is this unique apartment of no less than 289 m² with a beautiful, deep garden facing south and newly built garden house.

The apartment was completely renovated in 2016 where authentic elements have been restored and combined with modern materials. A special feature of this very bright apartment, in addition to the deep garden, is the large terrace on the living floor facing south, where the sun can be enjoyed in privacy.

Entrance
The spacious wide entrance door with a beautiful carved window above it is accessed through the original stone sidewalk with ten flights and provides access to the common hall.

Upon entering this bell floor apartment, one immediately notices the beautiful, high eighteenth century ceilings as well as the sunlight that generously pours into the space through the large rear glass front. This former hall is a breathtaking space, where the handcrafted open kitchen flows seamlessly into a generous dining and living area. The French doors to the terrace, facing south, make living in this apartment an experience. No less than 32 m² in size, this terrace has a wonderful view of the private garden. The silence in the garden and on this terrace is impressive

The stylish modern kitchen ( handmade in 2016) features a monumental fireplace with a gas stove with double oven (Viking), microwave and refrigerator and a kitchen island with double sink, dishwasher and lots of storage space. The decorative open display case from the top of the kitchen to the ceiling adds lots of ambiance and enhances the sense of height.
The dining area with the Empire fireplace flows through a small elevation into the living area with ceiling-high glass fronts allowing exceptional light to enter the space and a beautiful view of the deep garden and gazebo.
At the front of the bell floor is the spacious study. The ceiling high windows offer beautiful views of the canals. Here, working becomes a pleasure.

The floor on the bell floor has a light oak herringbone parquet with underfloor heating.

Basement
The modern staircase leads from the center of the living space to the basement. The partially exposed original wooden beams and the open, modern staircase with glass balustrade, give a very spacious feeling. In the middle of the basement is a large multipurpose room, currently used as a lounge and cinema room.

The two bedrooms on the garden side have built-in closets and have unobstructed views of the quiet garden. French doors provide access to a second, spacious terrace that connects to the lush garden.
The bathroom was created in the former fire and bombproof vault built in 1927 and is accessed through the original vault doors from the lounge and from the two bedrooms. The room is heated with underfloor heating and a design radiator and is equipped with a Jacuzzi, a washbasin cabinet with double sinks , a walk-in shower, urinal and toilet. The walls are finished with a marble tile and the floor with a large concrete-look floor tile. The mirrors on either side of the room, bright lighting and recesses in the walls add to the spatial effect.

At the front of the basement is the 3rd bedroom, on the canal side and a second bathroom that features a toilet, a bathtub, a walk-in shower and a washbasin.

Over the entire basement floor is a light wide oak plank floor and except for the two bedrooms on the garden side, the original wooden beams are kept in sight.

The basement is also accessible from a separate entrance to the canal, where there is also a common bicycle storage

Garden
The symmetrically landscaped garden is over 22 meters deep over the full width of the house and is located on the south. Both the rear facade and the gazebo is a spacious terrace where fine can be enjoyed the beautifully landscaped garden. The axis in the middle, is briefly interrupted by a classic flowery ornamental pot and on either side of the axis are several hardy and flowering plants and shrubs and a few mature trees.

Garden house
The classically symmetrical garden house, built in 2017, features a pantry, plenty of closet space (including a large rollaway bed), a walk-in shower and a toilet. The space is fantastically bright due to the tall garden doors and skylight all double-glazed. The mirror above the closet wall contributes to an extra light and spacious effect. The double garden doors can, like a harmonica, be fully opened.

Neighborhood
The apartment is located in the beautiful canal belt with numerous amenities within walking distance. Shopping is possible around the corner in the Utrechtsestraat with many fine stores, restaurants, caterers and cafes. Cultural facilities such as the Stopera for ballet and opera and the Royal Theater Carré with various performances. The Waterlooplein and the Amstelveld with its cozy flower and plant market on Mondays provide a real city feeling. Catering is within reach on, for example, the Rembrandtplein and a large AH on the other side of the canal could provide the daily necessities.
From the raised sidewalk, the Amstel River is visible with its iconic white drawbridge (the Walter Süskind Bridge). With a boat at the door (boating vignette required), the entire center is easy to navigate.
By car, the Ring A10 can be reached in 10 minutes and streetcars 4 and 14 are within walking distance, as well as the Metro (at Waterlooplein).

Specifics
- Located on private land
- National monument
- Foundation repair took place in 1985
- Completely renovated and remodeled in 2016
- New garden house built in 2017
- Garden oriented to the south with an area of 137m²
- Healthy, active VvE with three members, service costs € 408,60 per month
- Parking with permit or just steps away in the parking garage of City Hall/Stopera

* English text*
Herengracht 570 A

This beautiful monumental canal house from 1670 is located on the Herengracht, in a popular location, between the Utrechtsestraat and the Amstel. The merchant's house, more than 7 meters wide, was founded around 1670 and has a neck gable with animal figures (dragons and bears) as wing pieces (XVIIIa). In the top is a coat of arms with a lifting beam covered with a wooden crown. Above the door is a beautiful carved window (a decoration in the fanlight of the entrance door) from ca 1800 and the window frames on the canal side have a rod division according to the French neoclassical Empire style.

This unique apartment of no less than 289 m² with a beautiful, deep south-facing garden and a newly built garden house is located on the first floor and the basement of this canal house.
The apartment was completely renovated in 2016, where authentic elements have been restored and combined with modern materials. A special feature of this very bright apartment, in addition to the deep garden, is the large terrace at the living floor, where you can enjoy the sun in complete privacy.

Entrance
The spacious wide entrance door, with a beautiful cut window, can be reached via the original stone stairs, with ten steps, and provides access to the communal hall.


When entering this apartment on the first floor, the beautiful, high, eighteenth century, ceilings immediately catch the eye, as well as the sunlight that flows generously through the large glass doors into the room. This former hall is a breathtaking space, where the handmade open kitchen seamlessly transitions into a spacious dining and living area. The patio doors to the south-facing terrace make living in this apartment an experience. No less than 32 m² in size, this terrace has a wonderful view of the private garden. The silence in the garden and on this terrace is impressive

The stylish modern kitchen (handmade in 2016) has a monumental chimney with a gas stove with double oven (Viking), a microwave and refrigerator and a kitchen island with double sink, dishwasher and plenty of storage space. The decorative open display case built from the top of the kitchen to the ceiling, gives a lot of atmosphere and enhances the feeling of height.
The dining area with the Empire fireplace runs via a small difference in height into the living area with ceiling-high glass windows and doors, through which an exceptional amount of light enters this living space. The large windows and doors at the rear of this floor, give the inhabitants of this apartment a beautiful view of the deep garden and the garden house. At the front of the first floor is the spacious office. The ceiling-high windows offer a beautiful view on the canals. Working here becomes a pleasure.

The floor on the first floor is a light oak herringbone parquet with underfloor heating.
Basement
The modern staircase leads from the center of the living area to the basement. The original wooden beams, partly kept in view, and the open, modern staircase with glass balustrade, give a very spacious feeling. In the middle of the basement is a large multifunctional space, currently used as a lounge and cinema room.
The two bedrooms at the garden side of the apartment have built-in wardrobes and an unobstructed view on the quiet garden. Patio doors provide access to a second, spacious terrace that connects to the lush garden. The bathroom has been realized in the former fire and bombproof safe, from 1927, and is accessible through the original safe doors from the lounge and from the two bedrooms. The space is heated with underfloor heating and a design radiator and is equipped with a Jacuzzi, double washbasins, a walk-in shower, urinal and toilet. The walls are finished with a marble tile and the floor with a large concrete-look floor tile. The mirrors on either side of the room, the bright lighting and the niches in the walls provide an extra spatial effect.

At the front of the basement is the 3rd bedroom, on the canal side and a second bathroom with a toilet, a bath, a walk-in shower and a washbasin.


The entire basement floor is a light, wide oak plank floor and, except for the two bedrooms on the garden side, the original wooden beams have been kept in view.


The basement is also accessible from a separate entrance on the canal, on this floor is also a communal bike storage.


Garden
The symmetrically landscaped garden is more than 22 meters deep over the full width of the house and is facing the south. side. Both the rear facade and the garden house have a spacious terrace where you can enjoy the beautifully landscaped garden. The axis in the middle is briefly interrupted by a classic flowery ornamental pot and on either side of the axis you can find various hardy and flowering plants and shrubs as well as a few mature trees.
Garden house
The classically symmetrical garden house, built in 2017, has a pantry, plenty of cupboard space (including a large folding bed), a walk-in shower and a toilet. The space is very light through the high French doors and the skylight, all with double glazing. The mirror above the cupboard wall contributes to an extra light and spacious effect. The double garden doors can be opened completely, like a harmonica.
Neighbourhood
The apartment is located in the beautiful canal belt with many amenities within walking distance. Shopping is possible around the corner in the Utrechtsestraat with many fine shops, restaurants, caterers and cafes. Cultural facilities such as the Stopera for ballet and opera and the Royal Theater Carré with various performances. The Waterlooplein and the Amstelveld with its lively flower and plant market on Mondays provide a real city feeling. Restaurants and cafe's are within reach on, for example, the Rembrandtplein and a large AH ??on the other side of the canal could provide for the daily necessities. The Amstel is visible from the raised sidewalk with the iconic white drawbridge (the Walter Süskindbrug). With a boat in front of the door (navigation vignette necessary) the entire center is easy to navigate.
The Ring A10 can be reached in 10 minutes by car and streetcars 4 and 14 are within walking distance, as is the Metro (at Waterlooplein).

Particularities
- Located on private land
- National monument
- Foundation repair took place in 1985
- Completely renovated and rebuilt in 2016
- New garden house 2017
- Garden south oriented, surface 137m²
- Healthy, active VvE with three members, service costs € 408.60 per month
- Parking with permission or close by in the parking garage of the town hall/Stopera
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

Transfer
Status
Sold
Acceptance
in consultation
Build
Apartment type
Ground floor apartment, Apartment
Bottom floor
Build type
Existing
Build year
1700
Maintenance inside
Excellent
Maintenance outside
Excellent
Particulars
Monument, Protected town view
Surface and volume
Living surface
288m²
Plot surface
379m²
Volume
1.293m³
Layout
Rooms
7
Bedrooms
4
Floors
3
Facilities
Outside sun screen, Mechanical ventilation, Air conditioning
Energy
Insulation
Partial insulated glazing
Hot water
Central heating
Exterior areas
Location
Near quiet road, In town center, Clear view, Near waterway
Garden
Backyard
Backyard
South, 138m², 740×1860cm
Shed
Free standing, stone
Garage

Floor plans

Herengracht 570 A, Amsterdam plattegrond-
Herengracht 570 A, Amsterdam plattegrond-
Herengracht 570 A, Amsterdam plattegrond-

Location

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