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Keizersgracht 339

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icon surface 337m²
icon land 200m²
icon price € 7.300.000 k.k.
icon type Terraced house
icon rooms 3 Bedrooms

Description

*English text below*

Keizersgracht 339

Top category canal house of approx. 337m² with living comfort and allure at the level of the 21st century, gas free/climate neutral, situated on one of the most beautiful parts of the Keizersgracht.
The entire property was 3 years ago, architecturally rebuilt with no expense spared. All imaginable modern facilities have been added, invisibly, under architecture. During the renovation an 18th century water cellar was discovered which has been preserved and converted into a wine cellar. With respect for the character of the building, this large-scale renovation combined beautiful authentic details with modern luxury and 'state of the art' technology. For example, this special canal house is equipped with a glass elevator for the 5 floors, the latest home automation/domotics and all rooms can be individually cooled, heated and ventilated. The heat pump and solar panels ensure that this first climate neutral national monument is completely ready for the future.
Of course, the building is also completely provided with a new foundation.
The canal house was commissioned by a merchant in 1657 and has since had several occupants and destinations. One of the prominent residents was Ambrosius Perling, a so-called master writer, work by him can be seen in the Rijksmuseum.
When in 2015 the current owner acquires the property, the first plan is, a small renovation to make the 4 independent apartments back into 1 home. The final commission to the architect becomes "to make the property ready for the next 100 years". The entire process of remodeling and permits took no less than 3 years, from November 2015 to September 2018. The result is impressive, in every way!

The current layout provides a large, modern open kitchen with adjacent dining area. The glass conservatory, with fully opening sliding doors provides access to the sunny, deep, rainproof garden with gazebo, facing South East. The classic garden house is equipped with a pantry.

On the bel floor at the rear is an impressive sitting room with a height between 4 m and almost 7 m. The fireplace on wood and the classic, high windows give this room allure and a cozy atmosphere. At the front on the bel floor is a spacious room, currently used as an office, with magnificent views of the Keizersgracht.

The basement provides a wine cellar, laundry room and plenty of storage space.

On the floors are 3 generous bedrooms all with bio ethanol fireplace and 2 bathrooms. All floors in this canal house are accessible by the modern glass elevator.

Two parking spaces are available within 5 minutes walking distance.

Remarks:
- Monument located on private land
- Completely luxuriously renovated and equipped with "state of the art" technology
- All floors accessible by glass elevator
- Deep garden of approx 69m² with garden house
- All rooms in the house are equipped with a subtle lighting plan based on LED and home automation.
- First climate neutral canal house, without gas
- Equipped with new foundations

*English text*

Keizersgracht 339

Unique and high-end canal house of approx. 337 m2 with all the luxury and allure that one would desire in the 21st century. Located on one of the most beautiful parts of the Keizersgracht.
The entire property was extensively renovated only three years ago and is now climate neutral, gas free. The splendid architectural design ensured that no expenses were spared and the property even includes all imaginable yet concealed mod-cons.
During the renovation an 18th century water cellar was discovered, which was turned into a wine cellar.
With great respect for the historic character of the building, the magnificent authentic details are now combined with modern luxury and state-of-the-art technology.
The unique canal house now includes a glass elevator leading to all five floors, the latest home automation systems and all rooms can be individually cooled, heated and ventilated. The heat pump and solar panels make this property the first climate-neutral listed building that is entirely ready for the future.
Naturally, the renovation works also includes a new foundation.

This canal house was built in 1657, commissioned by a merchant, and has housed various residents and purposes ever since. One of its prominent residents was Ambrosius Perling, a master calligrapher whose work is displayed in the Rijksmuseum. When the current owner bought the property in 2015, he initially planned some less drastic rebuilding works to combine the 4 separate apartments into one home. Eventually, the architect was asked to design the building in such a way that it will be ready for at least the next 100 years. The entire process of obtaining the required permits and the renovation lasted no less than three years, from November 2015 to the completion in September 2018. And the result is more than impressive in every way!
The current layout has resulted in a large and modern open-plan kitchen with an adjacent dining area. The glass conservatory, with sliding doors across its entire width, leads to the sunny and deep rainproof, southeast-facing garden. The classic-style summer house in the garden includes a pantry.

On the entry level floor, you will find an impressive living room at the back, with a ceiling height ranging from 4 to almost 7 meters. The fireplace and the quintessential high windows add to the allure and the comfortable atmosphere. Another large room at the front of this floor is currently used as a home office where the magnificent views of the Keizersgracht are another wow factor.

The basement includes a wine cellar, a laundry room, and lots of storage space.

The upper floors offer 3 generously sized bedrooms, all with a bioethanol-fuelled fireplace, and 2 bathrooms. All floors are accessible with the modern glass elevator.

Two parking spaces are available within a 5-minute walk.


Features:
- Listed building, situated on freehold land
- Entirely renovated to a very high standard, including state-of-the-art technology
- The first climate-neutral canal house, gas free
- All floors serviced by a glass elevator
- Deep garden of approx. 69 m2 plus a summer house
- All rooms include a sophisticated lighting plan based on LED lighting and home automation
- New foundation
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
Price
€ 7.300.000 k.k.
Status
Available
Acceptance
in consultation
Build
House type
Canal house, Terraced house
Build type
Existing
Build year
1657
Maintenance inside
Excellent
Maintenance outside
Excellent
Particulars
Monument
Surface and volume
Living surface
337m²
Plot surface
200m²
Other surface
7m²
Volume
1.243m³
Layout
Rooms
6
Bedrooms
3
Floors
5
Facilities
Mechanical ventilation, Cable tv, Alarm, Air conditioning, Lift
Energy
Insulation
Roof insulation, Wall insulation, Floor insulation, Partial insulated glazing
Hot water
Electric boiler owned
Exterior areas
Garden
Backyard
Backyard
Southeast, 69m², 430×1600cm
Garage
Garage type
Garage possible
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