Beautiful and bright apartment of approximately 94 m² located on the top floors of a 1730 national monument. The apartment is situated on the fourth and top floor and is accessible via an elevator. On the ground floor, there is a private garage with space for two cars.
From the property, there is a beautiful view of the Brouwersgracht and the monumental surroundings.
Shared entrance from Driehoeksstraat with an elevator to the fourth floor. Entrance in the hallway with a wardrobe and guest toilet. The bright living space with an open kitchen has an original beamed ceiling and windows on two sides. The tasteful kitchen with an island is from Bulthaup and is equipped with built-in appliances. The seating area has a fireplace and a French balcony with a view of the canal. There's a beautiful wooden floor throughout the entire floor.
On the fifth floor, you'll find two bedrooms. The main bedroom has an open, vaulted ceiling with a ridge height of 3.70 meters. The tasteful bathroom features a walk-in shower, toilet, and double sink.
On the ground floor, there's a separate storage room of approximately 3 m² for storing items. What makes this property unique is the private garage of about 45 m². It can accommodate two cars.
The property is located in a beautiful spot in the authentic and historic Jordaan. It's characterized by liveliness, traditional courtyards, and squares. In addition, there are extensive amenities such as the 9 Streets, many galleries, coffee shops, cafes, restaurants, and various supermarkets.
Every Saturday, the Lindengracht and Noordermarkt come to life with a cozy market offering delicacies. You can also find your daily groceries, lunch, and breakfast there. The Haarlemmerstraat, one of the more enjoyable shopping streets in the Netherlands, is within walking distance. The house is also close to Westerpark.
• Living area approximately 94 m²
• French balcony
• Located on private land
• Double glazing on the canal side
• Air conditioning in the front bedroom
• Underfloor heating in the bathroom
• Service costs VvE €153.88 per month for the apartment
• Service costs VvE €55 per month for the garage
• The warehouse was converted into apartments in 1998
• National monument
• Part of UNESCO World Heritage
This apartment offers the opportunity to live in the historic center of Amsterdam, within a monumental warehouse. This apartment is equipped with all modern conveniences: a garage with a charging station on the ground floor, a kitchen with various built-in appliances, air conditioning in the bedroom for hot summer days, and underfloor heating in the bathroom for cold winter days.
The apartment is located in the Jordaan, a traditionally typical Amsterdam neighborhood. Even today, it remains a vibrant part of the city with various shops, cozy pubs, and trendy restaurants. On Mondays and Saturdays, there’s the Noordermarkt with various stalls selling jewelry, clothing, antiques, and organic food.
It’s the perfect place to experience genuine Amsterdam living.
Daniël de Bont | Real Estate Agent Broersma Residential
The Driehoek property, together with Brouwersgracht 203 and 205, forms a group of three warehouses. It has two cadastral addresses, namely Driehoekstraat 1 and Brouwersgracht 723. The apartment received its current address in 1998 after the building was converted into an apartment complex.
There’s no city in Europe with such a vast collection of monuments like Amsterdam. Almost all goods traded around the world were stored in Amsterdam’s warehouses. In the early 17th century, warehouses were constructed on a large scale. These warehouses, like merchant houses, are narrow, deep, and tall.
Warehouses are recognizable by the vertical row of attic windows with shutters. These windows are often rounded at the top, but there are also warehouses with rectangular windows. Warehouses usually feature a stepped gable. Stepped gables were commonly used in the construction of warehouses well into the 18th century. There are few visual differences between 17th and 18th-century warehouses. Amsterdam’s warehouses were built for centuries with few changes, making them often difficult to date.
Living and cooking
The apartment is accessible both by stairs and by an elevator. Upon entering the hall, you’ll find a wardrobe, video intercom, and a separate toilet. The open kitchen is the heart of the apartment and features a modern white finish. The kitchen is by Bulthaup and includes a wine climate cabinet, a 4-burner gas stove, a double oven, and a fridge/freezer combo. The living room is oriented towards the Brouwersgracht and has a French balcony with French doors. From here, there’s a beautiful view of the canal. The cozy fireplace adds to the atmosphere in this home.
Sleeping and bathing
The primary bedroom is located at the front of the apartment and also features a French balcony with opening windows. This bedroom is equipped with air conditioning. The central bathroom has underfloor heating and is equipped with a shower, a double sink, and a toilet. At the rear of the apartment, there’s a second bedroom that provides access to a laundry room with connections for a washing machine and dryer.
The apartment features a private garage of approximately 47 m² on the ground floor. The garage is accessible via Driehoekstraat and has an electric door. There is space for one to two cars and bicycle storage. Additionally, an electric car charging point is available.
This property is situated in the authentic and historic Jordaan neighborhood. The area is characterized by its liveliness, traditional courtyards, and squares. You’ll find various amenities, including the famous 9 Streets shopping district, numerous galleries, coffee shops, cafes, restaurants, and several supermarkets. Every Saturday, the Lindengracht and Noordermarkt come alive with a delightful market featuring delicacies, making it convenient for daily shopping, lunch, and breakfast. The Haarlemmerstraat, one of the more charming shopping streets in the Netherlands, is within walking distance. Additionally, the house is close to the Westerpark, a popular park in Amsterdam.
The house is easily accessible from all directions. Amsterdam Central Station is just a 5-minute bike ride away, and the A10 highway is a 10-minute drive by car. From Haarlemmerplein, you can catch various trams and buses. Tram 5 goes to Amstelveens Stadshart, and the buses serve routes to Sloterdijk Station, Geuzenveld, and Slotervaart.
The apartment comes with a private garage for parking.
Alternatively, parking on the street is possible through a permit system (permit area Centrum 2b). A resident’s parking permit for Centrum-2b costs €300 every 6 months. Currently, there is a 16-month waiting period for permits in this area. Second parking permits are not available in this area. (Source: Municipality of Amsterdam, October 2023).