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icon surface 265m²
icon land 99m²
icon price € 1.800.000 k.k.
icon type Terraced house
icon rooms 3 Bedrooms

Description

** English translation below**

Reguliersgracht 4

Description

Entire canal house in unique location with beautiful view through three high windows over the Herengracht to the Amstel.

This full canal house, built in the 17th century, is located on Reguliersgracht between Keizersgracht and Herengracht. This national monument has been in the ownership of one family for 55 years and can be completely renovated at one's own discretion into a modern and delightful property with many possibilities because of its exceptional square floor plan (ca. 6x9 metres).

Because of its location, the second building from the corner, you can enjoy a lovely unobstructed view over the "Aunt Saar Bridge" and the Herengracht, in winter even up to the Amstel. The high windows in the front facade provide a beautiful light. The charming rear facade is characterized by large windows, many playful windows and a door to the terrace.

This entire canal house is spread over five floors with a total living area of 265 m2 and 36 m2 other indoor space. This property has a lovely terrace at the rear (32 m2) and a patio (6 m2). The many high ceilings, square design and the ability to convert to your own liking makes this a great opportunity.

The Reguliersgracht is centrally located between the Keizersgracht and the Herengracht. The Amstel, Utrechtsestraat, Spiegelgracht, Waterlooplein and Jordaan are in the vicinity. Besides many nice shops, lunchrooms, caterers, restaurants and cafes, you can enjoy the culture of the city. Royal Theatre Carré, the Jewish Historical Museum, the Stopera, the Rijksmuseum, Van Gogh and the Hermitage are all within walking distance. Sports and relaxation can be found in the Vondelpark and Sarphatipark.

A little history
Reguliersgracht is part of the fourth expansion of the city of Amsterdam. This took place from 1658 onwards. The original plan was for the canal to run all the way to the Amstel, so the Halvemaansteeg was to be sacrificed. However, the cost of expropriating the houses there was higher than the revenue generated by issuing new plots, so the plan was abandoned. In September 1664 the moat was ready for building.

The canal was named after the Reguliersklooster, which must have stood where the Utrechtsestraat crosses the Keizersgracht today. In 1901, the city government wanted to fill in another section of the canal to make way for the tramway. The Amstelodamum Society and the writer Jan Ligthart put up a fight and managed to prevent this. Reguliersgracht, seen from Herengracht, is the most photographed part of the city, because of the seven bridges over Reguliersgracht.
The canal house has the following layout:

Ground floor Entrance, wide marble hall, which gives access to the beautiful room-en-suite. The room at the front has a lovely light through the two large windows. The room at the rear gives access to the pantry with shower. From the hallway the first floor and the basement can be reached by stairs.

Basement
This floor currently hosts a storage room, technical room and two rooms. The hallway gives access to the back house where the workshop and storage room is located. Separate toilet. The spacious patio between the property and the back house provides natural light and ventilation.

First floor
Through the staircase you reach a beautiful living room with a whopping 3.13 meter high ceilings, with the unique view and beautiful light. At the rear is the kitchen located.

Second floor
On the landing to the second floor is a toilet. This "sleeping floor" has a large bedroom at the front and a smaller bedroom at the rear. The bathroom is accessible from both bedrooms and is located at the rear.

Third floor
Landing with very spacious bedroom at the front and access to the loft at the rear.

Attic Through a hatch is the second attic accessible.

Accessibility The Reguliersgracht is easily accessible by car. The highways to the A1, A2 and A10 are a few minutes drive (exit S100).
There are several possibilities for the use of public transport. Amsterdam Central Station and Amsterdam Zuid-WTC are easily accessible by metro or tram. Trams, buses and metro within walking distance. Schiphol Airport is 15 minutes away.

Parking
Parking on public road through permit system or paid parking.
Remarks
- Unique state monument on Reguliersgracht consisting of five floors;
- According to NEN2580 the surface area is 265 m2;
- Other indoor space 36 m2 according to NEN2580;
- Unique opportunity to furnish the entire property to your own taste;
Three high windows on the canal - Three high windows on the canal;
- Stunning natural light;
- Wide marble entrance;
- 11 Rooms including 3 bedrooms and 1 bathroom;
- Lovely terrace of 32 m2;
- Patio of 6 m2 in the basement;
- High ceilings;
- Monumental status;
- Located on private land;
-
Foundation study available;
- Both good primary and secondary schools are in the vicinity.

The purchase contract will include an "as is where is" clause, including an asbestos, ageing and non-self-occupation clause.
Delivery Delivery will take place in consultation.

*** English text***

Description

Entirely canal house on a unique location with a beautiful view through three high windows over the Herengracht to the Amstel.
This entire canal house, built in the 17th century, is located on the Reguliersgracht between the Keizersgracht and the Herengracht. This national monument has been owned by one family for 55 years and can be developed completely at your own discretion into a modern and beautiful building, with many possibilities, because of the extensive square floor plan (approx. 6x9 meters).

Due to its location, you can enjoy a wonderful unobstructed view over the "Tante Saarbrug" and the Herengracht, in winter even as far as the Amstel. The high windows in the front facade provide a beautiful light. The charming rear facade extends through large windows, playful windows and a door to the terrace.
This entire canal house, is spread over five floors, has a total living area of 265 sqm and 36 sqm of other indoor space. This property has a lovely terrace at the rear (32 sqm) and a patio (6 sqm). The many high ceilings, square design and possibilities to build here at your own discretion, makes this a great opportunity.

Reguliersgracht is centrally located between the Keizersgracht and the Herengracht. The Amstel, the Utrechtsestraat, the Spiegelgracht, the Waterlooplein and the Jordaan are in close proximity. In addition to many nice shops, lunchrooms, caterers, restaurants and cafes, you can fully enjoy the culture of the city. Royal Theater Carré, the Jewish Historical Museum, the Stopera, the Rijksmuseum, Van Gogh and the Hermitage are all within walking distance. Sports and relaxation can be found in the Vondelpark and the Sarphatipark.
A piece of history
The Reguliersgracht is part of the fourth expansion of the city of Amsterdam, the fourth urban expansion. This took place from 1658. The original plan was that the canal would continue all the way to the Amstel, so the Halvemaansteeg would be sacrificed. However, the cost of expropriating the houses was higher than the income from the land allotment of the new plots, so that plan was abandoned. In September 1664 the canal was ready for building.

The canal is named after the Reguliersklooster (monastery), which must have stood on the spot where the Utrechtsestraat now crosses the Keizersgracht. In 1901 the city council wanted to fill in part of the canal for the tram. The Amstelodamum society and the writer Jan Ligthart put up a defense and were able to prevent this. The Reguliersgracht, seen from the Herengracht is the most photographed part of the city, because of the seven bridges over the Reguliersgracht.

The canal house has the following layout
Elevated ground floor Entrance, wide marble hallway, which gives access to the beautiful room-en-suite. The room at the front catches a wonderful light through the two large windows. The room at the rear gives access to the pantry with shower. The first floor as well as the basement can be reached via a staircase out of the hallway.

Basement
On this floor are now a storage room, technical room and two rooms situated. The hallway connects to the rear part of the house where the studio and storage room are located. Separate toilet. The spacious patio between the building and the rear part of the house provides natural light and ventilation.

First floor
Via the staircase you reach a beautiful living room with no less than 3.13 meters high ceilings, with a unique view and beautiful light. The kitchen is located at the rear part of the house.

Second floor
There is a toilet on the landing to the second floor. This "sleeping floor" has a large master bedroom at the front and a smaller bedroom at the rear. The bathroom is accessible from both bedrooms and is located at the rear.

Third floor
Landing with very spacious bedroom at the front and access to the attic at the rear part of the house.

Attic
The second attic is accessible through a hatch.

Accessibility The Reguliersgracht is easily accessible by car. The roads to the highway A1, A2 and A10 are a few minutes drive. (exit S100). There are several options for using public transport. Amsterdam Central Station and the train station Amsterdam Zuid-WTC are easily accessible by metro or tram. Trams, buses and metro reachable within walking distance. Schiphol Airport is a 15 minute drive away.
Parking
Parking on the public road via a permit system or paid parking.
Particularities - Unique national monument on the Reguliersgracht consisting of five floors;
- In accordance with NEN2580, the surface is 265 sqm;
- Other indoor space 36 sqm in accordance with NEN2580;
- Unique opportunity to furnish the entire property to your own taste;
- Three high windows on the canal;
- Beautiful light;
- Wide marble entrance;
- 11 rooms of which 3 bedrooms and 1 bathroom;
- Lovely terrace of 32 sqm m2;
- Patio of 6 sqm in the basement;
- High ceilings;
- National monument. - Located on private land;
- Foundation investigation report present;
- Both good primary and secondary schools are nearby.
An "as is where is" clause will be included in the purchase deed, including an asbestos, old age and non-self-occupancy clause.

Delivery
Delivery will take place in consultation.
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
€ 1.800.000 k.k.
Status
Available
Acceptance
in consultation
Build
House type
Canal house, Terraced house
Build type
Existing
Build year
-1906
Maintenance inside
Fair
Maintenance outside
Fair
Particulars
Monumental house, Monument, Protected town view
Surface and volume
Living surface
265m²
Plot surface
99m²
Other surface
36m²
Volume
900m³
Layout
Rooms
11
Bedrooms
3
Floors
5
Energy
Hot water
Central heating
Exterior areas
Location
On the waterfront, Near quiet road, In town center, Clear view, Near waterway
Garden
Patio, Terrace
Terrace
29m², 596×485cm
Garage

Floor plans

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