Binnenkant 22D, 1011BH Amsterdam
This authentic and spacious home (approx. 180m²) is in a historical part of Amsterdam. The apartment is spread over three floors and has two bedrooms, a spacious living room, a sheltered roof terrace and many authentic details. It is truly gorgeous, and the possibilities are endless!
The apartment is located in a quiet part of central Amsterdam. The Central Station and the Nieuwmarkt square, with various cafes and restaurants, are within walking distance. Accessibility is excellent, with various bus and tram stops a stone's throw away. The apartment is also easily accessible by car (Ring A10, S116 IJ tunnel or S114 Piet Hein tunnel). A permit system is used for parking.
Well-maintained communal entrance.
The entrance to the apartment is on the first floor.
Hallway with access to both good-sized bedrooms and the bathroom with bath, shower, double washbasin, and toilet.
The stairs in the hallway lead to the fourth floor of the apartment. This generous living area has an atrium with a truly eye-catching original hoisting wheel and authentic beam constructions. At the rear, you will find the open kitchen with various built-in appliances. There is also a spacious toilet on this floor.
A charming Japanese staircase in the living area on the fourth floor leads up to the fifth floor of the apartment. The large hallway provides access to the sheltered roof terrace located on the southeast. There is also a sizeable attic room on this floor.
The Waalseiland, which was created in 1644 by infill, was given the name Binnenkant on the city side and Buitenkant on the IJ river side. The latter name was changed to Prins Hendrikkade in 1879.
The Walen were former (early seventeenth century) inlets of the IJ river on the old side (Oude Waal), where seagoing vessels were drained in winter. The Oude Waal became too shallow due to siltation. The Waalseiland was then filled in in 1646. The quay on the city side kept the names Oude Waal (old) and Kromme Waal (crooked because of the shape); on the Waalseiland, it was given the names Binnenkant and Buitenkant.
- Apartment right GO approx 180m² (NEN 2580 report available BVO 240m2)
- Located on private land, so no leasehold
- National monument
- Very spacious apartment with endless possibilities
- Roof terrace facing southeast (licensed)
- Split in 2000
- Foundation rear wall east replaced 1978
- Oil tank removed 1978
- New reinforced concrete floor 1978
- Back facade (rear house) completely replaced 1984/1985
- Completion in consultation
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