• For Sale
  • GBP 3,395,243 
  • Build Size: 3,788 ft2
  • Land Size: 377 ft2
  • Property Type: Condo
  • Property Style: European
  • Bedroom: 3
  • Half Bathroom: 5
Unique City Palace KeizersgrachtMonumental ‘Sael' [hall] from 1768 with murals by Juriaan AndriessenAtmospheric and characteristic house located at the Keizersgracht with a deep royal garden oriented to the south in the heart of the centre, with an impressive 352 m2. This is the most beautiful and tranquil part of the Keizersgracht, close to Amstelveld, Utrechtsestraat and the Van Loon Museum. There are countless restaurants and specialty shops to be found in the direct vicinity.The object, which is part of the left side of a double building, is located on private land. The house comprises the entire ground floor level, the basement and has a separate guest accommodation on the first floor. The rooms, 10 in total, are connected to each other through internal stairs and also accessible from the central hall. The central hall is characterised by the white marble and gorgeous plastering, which ensures a luxuriously decorated whole.This National Monument canal building exudes the atmosphere of the 18th century, which was so important for both the Amsterdam and Dutch history. There is a monumental hall in the house. The hall comes with painted wallpaper (murals) by the famous painter Jurriaan Andriessen, these were applied in 1768 in commission of the owner at the time. The ceiling painting by Johannes Stortenbeker was added to this in 1881. The Sael comes with gorgeous panelling with built-in golden mirrors and console. The Sael and style room on the canal side were completely restored in 1999 by Rescura Blijenberg.The gorgeously landscaped historical garden oriented to the south of 22 to 7 metres was designed by the famous landscaper Copijn. The ponds and fountains, along with the heated steel conservatory, are what turns the garden of 154 m2 into a truly arcadian oasis in the inner city.Both the house and the garden were included in various books and publication, including the book Grachtentuinen [Canal Gardens] by Arjan Bronckhorst in 2015. Pictures were also made of this hall for the project ‘Inventarisatie Decoratieve Interieurschilderingen in Nederland (1600-1940)' [Stocktaking Decorative Interior Paintings in the Netherlands (1600-1940)] by the Rijksdienst voor het Cultureel Erfgoed [National Service for Cultural Heritage] in 2002. The canal building is part of the UNESCO World Heritage list Netherlands.Facts:Living area 352 m2 including basementPrivate land, 3 apartment rightsRoyal and private garden of 154 m2Possibility to extend basement with 80 m2Construction year 1700National monument 27106 monumental fireplaces, of which 4 are in useMonumental hall with murals and ceiling paintings by Jurriaan Andriessen (1768) and Johannes Stortenbeker (1881).3 minute walking to metro and parking garagePossibility to moor a boatHealthy and active HOAPartial foundation repair done in 2012Parking permit for residentsAwarding proviso decision owner(s)Measurement report availableZoning plan "Gemengd-1" (i.e. residential/office/galery)
Marianne Joanknecht
Marianne Joanknecht Amsterdam Sotheby's International Realty
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