A stunning nostalgic canal house with enormous appeal.
A regal home on Keizersgracht at the bustling heart of Amsterdam in this monumental building. The property - spanning six levels - has been fully renovated and has an authentic feel. Its original architectural details, paired with more contemporary elements has resulted in a subdued, elegant home. The view of the canal and the deep south-facing garden accentuate the sense of space.
The ground floor
As soon as you step in through the front door to the charming entrance, the original beams and marble flooring will immediately catch your eye. At the front is a bedroom with a connecting bathroom. This room currently accommodates the live-in nanny. At the rear, the generous dining room and semi-open plan kitchen showcase premium materials and quality that set the tone for the rest of the property. This wonderful family kitchen features French doors to the deep south-facing garden. There is a separate restroom off the hall and the cellar includes a climatized wine cellar with room for more than 100 bottles and a large (bicycle) storage.
The first floor
With three-meter tall ceilings, original oak flooring and countless monumental, authentic details, this level ensures a feeling of unparalleled elegance. Both authentic period rooms are divided by pocket doors, at the front is a charming study with marble flooring and wainscoting. At the rear is a sunny and spacious terrace.
The second floor
This elegant bedroom floor accommodates the primary bedroom with fitted wardrobes and a walk-in closet at the rear of the house. The bathroom features light, sophisticated finishes, and is fitted with a toilet, double vanity, double shower and French bathtub.
The third floor
This next bedroom level features three bedrooms and a bathroom with a sink, shower and bath. There is a separate restroom off the hall, as well as a laundry room.
The fourth and fifth floors
The generous front room is multi-functional and can be used, for example, as an office, home cinema, gym or bedroom. This room is equipped with a sink, refrigerator and storage space. Its tall ceilings and beams lend the space a stylish, historic feel. At the rear are two bedrooms and a bathroom with a toilet, sink and shower. The fifth, mezzanine, floor has room for a double bed, and includes a large storage area at the rear.
This merchant's home was built in 1688 on assignment of Willem van der Valk by architect Abr. Domburg. The gable facade with sculpted ornaments, curved flanks and decorative vases on the corners defines this stunning building.
The outdoor space
The sunny, deep garden and the terrace offer ultimate privacy, the perfect spot to unwind and for the children to play. The locals often meet out front of their homes, enjoying drinks with their neighbors amidst the hustle and bustle of the canal.
The home is situated in a location with superb architecture. It is close to iconic Magere Brug bridge (built in 1934) and Royal Theater Carré. Situated to the east of the canal belt, and just a stone's throw from Utrechtsestraat with a wide range of restaurants, delis, trendy cafés and (organic) supermarkets. Within walking distance of well-known Amstel Hotel and Hermitage.
Residents can apply for a parking permit.
Within cycling distance of Amsterdam Central Station and Amstelstation. Excellent connectivity by public transportation, by trams 4, 7, 10 16, 24 and 25 and Weesperplein metro stop.
- Available: directly;
- Rental price: € 10,500 excl. utilities etc. per month;
- Cleaning: € 1.000,- per month;
- Rental term; max. 24 months;
- Deposit: 2 months' rent;
- CPI + 1%;