|Woningtype||Afm. (b x l x h) in m||BVO in m2||Inhoud in m3||EPC||Prijs|
|rij- of tussenwoning||5,0 x 18,0 x 20,0||430,0||1310,0||0.4||€ 400.000|
This monumental canal house at the Prinsengracht in Amsterdam has many of its original features still intact.
Most houses in the "canal belt" of the historic centre of Amsterdam have a lifting mechanism to hoist heavy goods to the upper floors. In this house the lifting mechanism was in tact and hidden away in a storage area of the house. As part of this refurbishment the mechanism was restored and a visual connection was made from the floor below so the mechanism could be on display. The top floors are used by the children of the family. To allow for a safe connection between the top two floors a new, safer staircase was introduced. Around this staircase a communal play area was created which also connects all the different rooms.