Unique apartment (approx. 114m²) in a former merchant’s house on the Keizersgracht. “De Walvisch” is a magnificent and excellently maintained nationally listed building in the uncommon Art Deco style. The apartment is fitted with contemporary luxury whilst maintaining original details so that the rich history of the property is not forgotten.
Communal and majestic entrance with the original staircase with marble stairs and a comfortable lift. The entire property has been excellently maintained.
The apartment is located on the 3rd floor. Spacious hallway with access to all the rooms. Separate toilet with small sink. The double glass doors take you into the enormous living/dining room. The imposing windows allow an unusual amount of light in and offer a lovely view out over the canal. The tasteful original fireplace decorates the living room. The open kitchen is equipped with all conceivable built-in appliances which include a 6-ring gas hob with oven, dishwasher, combi-oven and combined fridge and freezer. The kitchen is finished with a marble countertop and has a lot of storage space. The bedroom with its en-suit bathroom is situated at the rear of the residence. The luxury elements of the bedroom include a walk-in wardrobe with double doors and various built-in wardrobes. The en-suite bathroom is fitted with a walk-in rain shower, toilet, bath and vanity unit. There is storage for the apartment in the basement. The apartment is fitted with built-in spotlights and there is a gorgeous wooden floor laid throughout the apartment
The stately canal property is located between the Herenstraat and the Leliegracht and has a gorgeous view out over the Keizersgracht. This is living in style in the historic city centre of Amsterdam. All of the amenities are with easy reach. The well-known Nine Streets and the Haarlemmerstraat with their wide variety of supermarkets, boutiques, characterful shops and welcoming open-air cafés and restaurants are all in the immediate vicinity. The Koningsplein, Leidsestraat, Dam and Central Station are also located close by. There is also no lack of art and culture with the Koninklijk Theater Carré, the Hermitage, the Stopera and various international museums and art galleries all adding to the advantages of living in the centre of Amsterdam.
The residence is very easy to access. As there is plenty of public transport in the immediate vicinity. Trains, trams, the metro, ferries and buses that go in every direction (also directly to Schiphol). Your car may be parked in various car parks in the neighbourhood, which include the one underneath the Stopera. Amsterdam’s city centre is literally just round the corner and the other urban districts may be reached in a few minutes on the bicycle.
Named after Emperor Maximilian, Arch Duke of Austria who gave Amsterdam the privilege of adding the imperial crown to its coat of arms in 1489 (Source: stadsatlas Amsterdam)
• Apartment right of approx.114 m²
• Rental price does not include gas, water, electricity, TV or Internet
• Storage space of approx. 7 m2 in the basement
• Deposit of two month’s rent
• Stately canal property in a former merchant’s house
• Lift available
• View out over the Keizersgracht
• Transfer in consultation, available immediately
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