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icon surface 380m²
icon price € 3.750.000 k.k.
icon type Terraced house
icon rooms 3 Bedrooms

Description

*English translation below*

Keizersgracht 744

On one of the most beautiful canals in Amsterdam, near the Amstel, on the quiet section between Reguliersgracht and Utrechtsestraat, is this beautiful monument of 380 m² with particularly deep south facing garden and idyllic garden house. The building dates from 1698, and got its final appearance around 1880 with the straight cornice with four consoles. It is likely that the garden house was also built during this renovation.
This unusual merchant's house has had many occupants since its inception. One particular occupant that is worth mentioning is cabaret artist Wim Sonneveld who lived in the house from October 1943 to January 1956.

This is the first time that the house has been occupied by a cabaret artist.
The house is currently divided into a double ground floor house, a mezzanine and a double upper floor house but lends itself very well for occupation as a single dwelling.

The double ground floor and the intermediate floor are in semi-casco state and need to be adapted to the requirements of modern times. The double upper house has recently been completely renovated whereby costs and effort have been saved in the layout and choice of materials.

Layout:

Entrance on the ground floor, porch with marble paneling and a beautiful door with etched window. The ceiling and wall of the hallway have ornaments and a marble floor of about 150 years old. The spacious and lazy staircase is situated at the back of the hallway. Due to the large etched windows, on each floor, the stairwell is very bright.

The hallway gives access to the basement, the original kitchen with intermediate room and the front room. In this charming kitchen there are still charming authentic cabinets and kitchen elements. From the kitchen there is access to the covered terrace and the deep (32 m), sunny garden, which is also accessible from the hallway. The room at the front has an internal staircase to the first floor. The spacious basement with central heating installation and boiler, is also ideal as a wine cellar.

The large garden (approx. 169 m²) is beautifully situated on the south allowing you to enjoy the sun at any time of day. At the back of the garden is a very charming garden house with double doors in the middle, under a high, richly decorated top. Behind the shed is a practical storage area for garden tools, etc.
On the first floor is a beautiful, wide room en suite with a conservatory at the rear. The ceilings in this room are exceptionally high. The back room has a beautiful original fireplace and the en suite doors and closets are still in original condition. At the front this room looks out over the Keizersgracht and the conservatory at the rear provides a nice view of the green courtyard. The high hallway on this floor is richly decorated with ornaments. The toilet at the rear still has a beautiful old fountain.

On the second floor is, again, a beautiful room and suite. Also in this room are the beautiful en suite cabinets and doors still present and you will find in the front room an original fireplace.

Arriving on the third floor, here is a beautifully renovated 2-storey apartment with roof terrace. With the recent renovation costs have been saved to create a very attractive and luxurious apartment.

The hallway has beautiful paneling and floor of Mutina herringbone tiles in brown gray shades. Right next to the entrance is a guest toilet. At the rear is the first, spacious bedroom. Here we also find the Mutina herringbone tiles on the floor. Both the authentic build-in wardrobes and the new cabinet wall offer plenty of storage space for clothes.

In the luxury bathroom we find a large bath, shower with 2 rain showers and associated hand showers. The beautiful washbasin with two stone sinks gives this bathroom extra atmosphere. All taps, including the heated towel rail, are from the brand Vola and the hanging lamps and fittings are from Buster & Punch.

At the front is the second, stylish bedroom. Also this bedroom has spacious built-in wardrobes. Separate toilet, a separate room for washer and dryer and an additional storage room under the stairs.

The beautiful glass sliding door of Rimadasio gives the possibility to close off the sleeping floor from the living space on the fourth floor. Here you will find a large, high, open space where immediately the beautiful beams of the roof structure stand out. At the front is a very cozy seating area with a special view over the canals of the Keizersgracht. The gas fireplace adds to the atmosphere. In the middle of the room is a large open kitchen with island. The kitchen has a brown marble top and frame and is equipped with all desired appliances. Also here the gas fire at height provides extra coziness. At the rear is the dining area with access to a nice and very sunny roof terrace, south facing. This floor is equipped with a dark, herringbone, oak flooring and an air conditioning system.

Surroundings:
The property is located on one of the most beautiful canals in Amsterdam on the section between the Reguliersgracht and the Utrechtsestraat, near the Amstel and Amstelveld. The Utrechtsestraat offers a wide variety of local shops, caterers, trendy cafes and restaurants. Famous in Amsterdam are of course Patisserie Kuyt and Slagerij de Leeuw.

Within walking distance of the property there is the Royal Theatre Carré, the Hermitage and the Stopera.
The accessibility by public transport is excellent. Within a short walking distance, on the Utrechtsestraat, is the tram stop for line 4 and a little further, on the Vijzelgracht, is the tram stop for line 24. Both Central Station and the Pijp / South are thus within a few minutes. Via various access roads from the A10 ring road the property is easily accessible by car.

Remarks:
- Very canal side property of 380 m² with lots of potential
- Deep south facing garden with garden house and roof terrace
- 3rd and 4th floor completely luxuriously renovated in 2016
- The property is equipped with a comprehensive security system including cameras and alarm system
- Intercom system
- Gutters and sewer renewed in 2020 and new central heating boiler installed
- Water heater
- Water softener
- Spacious attic storage and many other indoor storage spaces

*English text*

Keizersgracht 744

At one of the most beautiful canals in Amsterdam, near the Amstel, in the quiet area between the Reguliersgracht and the Utrechtsestraat, lies this beautiful listed monument of 380 m² with a particularly deep, south-facing, garden and an idyllic garden house. The building dates from 1698, and got its final appearance around 1880 with the straight cornice with four consoles. The garden house was probably also built during this renovation.
This special merchant's house has had many residents since its foundation. One special resident, worth mentioning, is Cabaret performer Wim Sonneveld who lived in the house from October 1943 to January 1956.

The house is currently divided into a ground floor duplex apartment, an intermediate floor and a double upper home, but is also ideal for habitation as one house.
The ground floor duplex apartment and the intermediate floor are in semi-shell condition and must be adapted to the requirements of the modern age. The double upper home has recently been completely renovated, with no expenses spared in layout and choice of materials.
Layout:
Entrance on the ground floor, enclosed porch with marble paneling and a beautiful door with etched window. The ceiling and wall of the corridor are decorated with ornaments and a marble floor of about 150 years old. The spacious and lazy staircase is at the rear of the hallway. The stairwell is very light due to the large etched windows on each floor.

The hallway gives access to the basement, the original kitchen with a middle room and the front room. In this charming kitchen there are still attractive authentic cabinets and kitchen elements. From the kitchen there is access to the covered terrace and the deep (32 m), sunny garden, which is also accessible from the hallway. The front room has an internal staircase to the first floor. The spacious cellar with central heating system and boiler is also ideal as a wine cellar.

The large garden (approx. 169 m²) has a beautiful south-facing position, which means that you can enjoy the sun at any time of the day. At the back of the garden is a very charming garden house with double doors in the middle, under a high, richly decorated top. Behind the garden house is a practical storage room for garden tools, among other things.

On the first floor is a beautiful, wide room en suite with a conservatory at the rear. The ceilings in this room are exceptionally high. The back room has a beautiful, original fireplace and the en suite doors and cupboards are still in their original condition. At the front, this room has a wonderful view over the Keizersgracht and the conservatory at the rear offers a beautiful view of the green courtyard. The high hall on this floor is richly decorated with ornaments. The toilet at the rear has a beautiful old washbasin.

On the second floor is, again, a beautiful en-suite room. Also in this room the beautiful en-suite cupboards and doors are still present and you will find an original fireplace in the front room.

Arriving on the third floor, there is a beautifully renovated 2-storey apartment with roof terrace. During the recent renovation, no effort has been spared to create a very attractive and luxurious apartment.

The hallway has a beautiful paneling and floor of Mutina herringbone tiles in brown gray tones. There is a guest toilet right next to the entrance. At the rear is the first, spacious, bedroom. Here too we find the Mutina herringbone tiles on the floor. Both the authentic built-in cupboards and the new cupboard wall offer plenty of storage space for clothes.

In the luxurious bathroom we find a large bath, walk-in shower with 2 rain showers and accompanying hand showers. The beautiful washbasin with two natural stone sinks gives this bathroom extra atmosphere. All taps, including the heated towel rail, are from the Vola brand and the pendant lights and fittings are from Buster & Punch.

The second, stylish bedroom is at the front. This bedroom also has spacious built-in closet walls. Separate toilet, a separate room for washing machine and dryer and an extra storage room under the stairs.

The beautiful glass sliding door from Rimadasio makes it possible to close off the bedroom floor from the living area on the fourth floor. Here you will find one large, high, open space where the beautiful beams of the roof construction immediately stand out. At the front is a very cozy sitting area with a special view at the canal houses of the Keizersgracht. The gas fireplace provides extra atmosphere. In the middle of the room is a large open kitchen with an island. The kitchen has a brown marble top and frame and is equipped with all desirable built-in appliances. Here too, the gas fireplace provides extra cosiness. At the rear is the dining area with subsequent access to a nice and very sunny roof terrace, facing south. This floor has a dark, herringbone, oak floor and an air conditioning installation.

Surroundings:
The property is located on one of the most beautiful canals in Amsterdam, between Reguliersgracht and Utrechtsestraat, near the Amstel and Amstelveld. A wide variety of local shops, caterers, trendy cafes and restaurants can be found in the Utrechtsestraat. Famous in Amsterdam are of course Patisserie Kuyt and butcher shop de Leeuw.
The Royal Theater Carré, the Hermitage and the Stopera are within walking distance of the house.
Accessibility by public transport is excellent. A short walk away, on the Utrechtsestraat, is the tram stop for line 4 and a little further, on the Vijzelgracht, is the tram stop for line 24. Both Central Station and the Pijp / South can therefore be reached within a few minutes. The house is easily accessible by private transport via various access roads from the Ring A10.
Particularities:
- Canal house of 380 m² with many possibilities
- Deep south-facing garden with garden house and roof terrace
- 3rd and 4th floor completely renovated in 2016
- The building is equipped with an extensive security system including cameras and alarm system
- Intercom system
- In 2020 gutters and sewerage renewed and new central heating boiler installed
- Hydrophore installation
- Water softener
- Spacious attic storage and many other indoor storage spaces
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
€ 3.750.000 k.k.
Status
Available
Acceptance
in consultation
Build
House type
Canal house, Terraced house
Build type
Existing
Build year
1698
Maintenance inside
Good
Maintenance outside
Good
Particulars
Monument, Double housing possible, Protected town view, Heritage
Surface and volume
Living surface
380m²
Other surface
21m²
Volume
1200m³
Layout
Rooms
10
Bedrooms
3
Floors
7
Facilities
Mechanical ventilation, Cable tv, Alarm, Air conditioning
Energy
Insulation
Roof 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, 169m², 544×3100cm
Shed
Free standing, stone
Garage
Keizersgracht 744

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