17th Century Canal House in Amsterdam, Netherlands

Listing Description

"We have a new addition to our portfolio: this beautiful property on Binnenkant with a floor area of 649 m² (NEN 2580) split between the front part and the back part of the house, with a patio and splendid views of Waalseilandgracht. This listed building from 1650 is being offered as a whole with vacant possession. This property could be used for multiple purposes, as a combined living and working space, double habitation or as a wonderful family home, for example. The property could also be split into apartments or used as an investment property.

It is situated on one of the most beautiful canals in the quiet part of Amsterdam’s historic city centre close to the Montelbaanstoren, Centraal Station, Oude Waal, Oosterdok and Kalkmarkt. There are shops within walking distance where you can get your daily groceries, along with high-end eateries and nightspots. Indeed the whole city is within easy reach, with Centraal Station, metro, tram and bus links just a short distance away. From the new metro stop at Centraal Station, you can get to both Zuidas and Amsterdam Noord in a matter of minutes while the arterial roads (A10, A3 and A4) are easily accessible via Wibautstraat, the IJtunnel and the Piet Hein Tunnel. "

OHDO Notes

6985 square feet.

Location: Binnenkant 18, 1011 BG Amsterdam, Netherlands. At the time of this post, € 3.475.000 ($3,826,141 USD). For more information on this property contact Hoen Makelaars B.V., Funda .

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    Brenda

    Love Love Love !!!! I would enjoy living here, riding my bicycle everywhere and when the weather was bad there is public transportation ! Wouldn’t have to own a car . More house than what I need but maybe I could convince my grown up kids to emigrate with me . 😉

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    Karen George

    This is the only canal house that I have ever seen for sale that still had the pulley intact for hoisting goods to the attic and large pieces of furniture to the other floors. It is not usable without breaking through the sloped front ceiling of the attic, but, still, it is there.

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