A great opportunity to live in the Utrecht Museum Quarter. This impressive 17th-century monumental canal house, together with the neighbouring house, forms number 17 'De Wereldkloot', because Atlas' sculpture stands with the globe on its shoulders on the roof. The twin house can also be found in miniature in Madurodam.
The richly ornamented canal house with the in Utrecht famous wharf cellar is located at a great location on the Nieuwegracht and has been used as an office building in recent years, but because of the excellent layout it is also very suitable to be used again as a cozy home to be used.
The Museum Quarter is the characteristic southern part of the old town of Utrecht, where the most famous museums of Utrecht, many nice restaurants, trendy wine bars and special shops can be found.
Immediately behind the stately front door you can feel that this stately house from 1619 houses centuries of history. Many authentic style features are cautiously spared, such as ornamental ceilings, marble fireplaces, a unique Jugendstil tiling and stained glass windows. Anyone wandering around this house will be confronted with the rich history of an impressive building.
Beautiful entrance with porch, Jugendstil panelling and marble floor. Front room, intermediate room en suite, hall with toilet room, dining room and adjacent kitchen with access to the patio garden. From the garden the storage room is accessible.
A particularly beautiful staircase leads to the first floor, where the spacious hall gives access to several rooms, including a spacious room with Empire style chimney and a balcony on the Nieuwegracht side, a roof terrace (inside patio) and a separate toilet.
The spacious hallway gives access to several rooms, including a spacious room on the Nieuwegracht side with ornamental ceilings, beautiful carvings and a marble fireplace.
Landing with a simple kitchenette, access to two rooms with curved trusses.
The back room has a phenomenal view of the historic buildings of the Museum Quarter, the front room has a unique round window.
The cellars are accessible via a staircase from the ground floor and give access to the Nieuwegracht.
- living space 399 m²
- other floor space 59 m²
- surface external storage area (storage) 20 m²
- the capacity is 1,768 m³
- plot size 196 m²
All sizes are measured according to the NEN-2580 method. An up-to-date measurement report is available.
As of 1 February 2018, a resolutive condition for a structural inspection for the buyer will be included in the purchase agreement as standard. This inspection shall be carried out at the expense and risk of the purchaser and by a construction agency commissioned by the purchaser.
- Year of construction 1619
- Beautiful authentic features in various rooms including ornamental ceilings, marble fireplaces, Art Nouveau tiling, panelling and stained glass windows.
- The original layout is largely preserved
- The patio garden is located on the west
- Heating by means of district heating
- Ideal for a combination of living and home office or practice
- Delivery in consultation