Luxury Canal House

From $236 / night

Description from the manager

  • Apartment
  • 3 bedrooms
  • 2 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 6

Bedrooms: 3

Bathrooms: 2

Sleeps: 6

Type: Apt. / Condo

Luxury Canal House

Our luxurious large house (200 m2) on the Singel is completely renovated under architectural supervision in 2011.

The house is situated on the ground floor and looks over a patio and has a small garden which is unique in the center of Amsterdam.

The apartment contains:

-Old 17th Century marble hallway

-Very large (65m2) and bright living room with 4,5 meter high ceilings with old monumental beams (dating back from the 17th Century!).

The living room has 4 large doors with windows which can be opened to the terrace leading to the quiet garden.

-because this room is so high we have made a large mezzanine floor to create even more space where ...Read more

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Luxury Canal House
Amsterdam, North Holland, Holland (Netherlands)

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The famous canals are very quiet and truly beautiful. But in short walking distance the city is vibrant and alive: When the sun is shining, the terraces quickly become filled, the best shops are nearby (for example Bijenkorf with Hermes and Luis Vuitton shops) and a lot of museums are close by.

On February 1, 1999, the Dutch government decided to qualify the inner city, the canals of Amsterdam, as a monument, a protected inner city view. The girdle of canals (ranging from the Singel Canal up to the Prinsengracht Canal) is a historically important part of this region, and it is one of the city's most attractive sights.

Since 2010 the canals are even made Unesco World Heritage. The girdle of canals starts at River Amstel and ends at Brouwersgracht. One third of the houses along the canals (grachtenhuizen) were built before 1850.

During the 17th Century the city extended its boundaries, and canals were shaped in a girdle around the oldest part of Amsterdam to accommodate wealthy tradesmen and burghers. First the Singel Canal was dug out, then the Herengracht, Keizersgracht and, last of all, Prinsengracht.

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Car is not necessary



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