Delightful two bedroom home with magnificent canal views overlooking the Hermitage Museum on the beautiful Nieuwe Keizersgracht near the Amstel river in Amsterdam's city center.
AVAILABLE FROM JULY TO END AUG WHILST OWNER IS ABROAD.
PETS NOT PERMITTED
The location of the apartment is fantastic, being so close to the Amstel, Waterlooplein, Artis zoo, Hortus Botanicus, the Stopera, Carré Theater, the Hermitage Museum, the Weesperstraat, the Skinny Bridge and the bustling city centre of Amsterdam. All this really within walking distance of this beautiful property. Public transport connections are also good, including tram lines 1, 14, 7, 19 and Weesperplein Station, as well as the North-South line Stop Rokin (Metro 52) just a 5-minute bike ride away.
Shared representative stairs to second floor. Hallway with place to hang coats.
Living room to the front of the building with French doors opening onto canal with morning light. The living room has a romantic fireplace, big bookcase and great dining area annex.
Hallway to semi-open country-style kitchen with granite top featuring gas hob, oven, dishwasher, large fridge with freezer and sink with quality tap, microwave and plenty of larder space.
Separate decorative toilet.
Bathroom with bath and integrated rain shower.
Master bedroom with double bed, plenty of closet space and balcony featuring evening sunlight.
Second smaller bedroom with single bed and pleasant light.
The apartment is located in the quiet and popular Plantage / Weesperbuurt. Close to the Hortus Botanicus, Artis, the Hermitage, the Stopera, Carré, the Amstel, Utrechtsestraat and the Waterlooplein.
Within walking distance you will find a wide variety of nice restaurants, trendy coffee shops, bars, shops, art and culture.
The Nieuwe Keizersgracht is one of the most central streets in Amsterdam, public transport is within walking distance. Around the corner is the stop of tram 9 and 14 and in a 10 minutes walk you will reach the metro station. By bike it takes just a few minutes to get to the most popular areas of Amsterdam.
History (source monuments and archeology Amsterdam):
The Keizersgracht, the second of the three canals belonging to the Amsterdam Canal Belt, was built in 1612. The part between the Amstel and the Leidsegracht belongs to the expansion of 1658. At the last expansion, the section east of the Amstel River was dug. This last part, the Nieuwe Keizersgracht (also known as the Jewish Keizersgracht), was the new Herengracht and the Nieuwe Prinsengracht in the prosperous part of the Amsterdam Jews ' neighbourhood.