Monumental large house in beautiful quiet street, center of Amsterdam

Monumental large house in beautiful quiet street, center of Amsterdam


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4 Bedrooms
Sleeps 2
1 Bathrooms
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Our home

Our home is in the Center, in a quiet neighborhood (rare in Amsterdam), right in the history-filled center of the city. Walking distance to most Amsterdam sights.

It is a beautiful, spacious 330m2 (3550 sqft) traditional Amsterdam house that sleeps up to 6 people.
The house was built in 1849 and is a national monument (Rijksmonument). Fully restored a few years ago, with the latest in technology and comfort.
4 Floors includes everything you might need: kitchen, dining room,
livingroom and study floor.
4 bedrooms plus one den.
2 bathrooms (one bath and one shower) front garden, backyard with terrace for meals in the garden.

Property features

Who we are

  1. We are a family with 3 well-behaved kids. We have lived in several places, such as Berkeley, New York City, Paris and Amsterdam.
    Eva (artist) and Floris (director of software company) have 2 girls (ages 8 and 13) and 1 boy (age 11). We love culture, music, museums, reading, and sports.

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Where is it?

Your neighbourhood

An excellent location -- The street, Henri Polaklaan, has been voted 'most beautiful street of Amsterdam' for several years in a row. It is right in the Center of town.

One block from Artis Zoo, Waterlooplein, Botanical Garden and City Hall/Opera house (Stopera).
Also near: canals, shopping, museums, tram service and other public transportation.

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