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Leliegracht 25B
Amsterdam, Netherlands

Amenities

Garage, Garden.

Description

Leliegracht 25B

AMAZING 3-ROOM APARTMENT OF APPROX. 92 M2 ON THE BEAUTIFUL LELIEGRACHT LOCATED IN THE JORDAAN IN BETWEEN THE HERENGRACHT AND THE KEIZERGRACHT!

Layout
By communal entrance you can reach this beautiful apartment on the first floor by using the stately stairs. The entrance to the apartment is located here and grants access to the spacious, light living room with in the front a large balcony with view of the beautiful Leliegracht. The spacious living room is provided with a large gas-fired fireplace. The kitchen is located next to the living room.
The kitchen is provided with a built-in dishwasher, drawer-system fridge, a 6 burner gas range with oven, kitchen island and there is space for a dinner table in the kitchen.

Located in the back of the apartment you’ll find the spacious master bedroom with lots of closet space and outward-opening doors to the roof terrace of approx. 15 m². On the roof terrace there is a closet with fridge/freezer setup. From the bedroom you can reach the hall with stairs to the mezzanine with the 2nd bedroom. The bathroom and toilet can be accessed from the hall. The bathroom has a bath/shower combination and a washbasin. The connection for the washing machine and dryer are located in the bathroom as well.

Location:
The apartment is located in the heart of Amsterdam, in the western part of the canal belt with all museums, stores, restaurants, cafés etc., the Anne Frank house is located a 5-minute walk away. You can walk straight into the Jordaan, where all convivial stores, trendy restaurants and cafés are located, as well as the Noordermarkt where you can go for your groceries. Would you prefer not to leave your street? The Leliegracht offers lots of fun restaurants such as De Luwte and Black and Blue. For relaxation or sport you can reach the Westerpark within 7 minutes and the Vondelpark in 10 minutes.
Various train/tram/bus connections are located within walking or cycling distance as well.
The canal originated when, starting from 1612, the canal belt was dug in southern direction from the Brouwersgracht. On the side of the Prinsengracht the remains of a lock can be recognized. This lock was necessary because the water of the Prinsengracht (together with the rest of the Jordaan canals) remained on polder level, while the level of the water in the Leliegracht, Keizersgracht and Herengracht was on the higher city level.
On the façade above the front door you can see a bust of poet and writer E.J. Potgieter (1808-1875), who lived in this residence from 1855 until 1875.

Particularities:
- Located in the heart of Amsterdam within the canal belt
- The building is a listed building
- Located on freehold land
- Foundation restored in 2008
- Living area approx. 92 m²
- Roof terrace of approx. 15 m²
- Balcony in front with a view over the entire canal
- High ceilings with ornaments

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