De Kroon – Amsterdam

At one of Amsterdam’s most desirable locations, at the heart of Jordaan borough at Raamstraat 33, 10 exclusive apartments* with an elevator have been realised. A unique project of grand dimensions with unconventional layouts, superior finishes and historic details. The characteristic facade bears witness to a rich history, the original beam structure is still visible in numerous parts of the building. The apartments have been conveyed turn-key, with elegant and meticulously selected materials, including herringbone parquet flooring and kitchens with white marble or a gold metallic look. In short, unparalleled allure. Exactly what you would expect in this location!

These robust buildings hold a secret: the rear facade is made of bronze-tone metal and the balconies and large terraces face south. Here – the perfect spot to relax with a cool drink – the hustle and bustle of the city seems miles away. But no. These homes are at the very heart of Amsterdam.

2x TOWNHOUSE

Robust, elegant and distinct street-level homes with patios, total floor area up to 149 m2 and ceiling heights up to 3.55 meters.

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4x SPACE & LIGHT

Maximum functionality spanning up to 116 m2, extremely bright, designer kitchen/ lounges, elegant bathrooms, sunny terraces and balconies.

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4x SMALL & BEAUTIFUL

“All-in” well-planned and ingenious apartments ranging from 58 to 67 m2 with one or two bedrooms. Open-plan kitchen, designer vanities and luxury finishes.

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Townhouse

Robust, elegant and distinct street-level homes with optimum functionality, comfort and unconventional character.

Former industrial purpose lends these homes a contemporary and dynamic character. Beautiful ceiling heights, open-plan kitchen / lounges and bright outdoor spaces!

  • Apartment A / B
  • Floor areas ranging from 135 m2 to 149 m2
  • Ceiling heights ranging over 3.55 meters
  • Patios ca. 16 m2 located in the middle of the townhouse (Townhouse A has got a second patio of 8 m2 )
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Space & Light

These apartments feature characteristic and playful designs. All apartments are designed by renowned architectural firm Kodde Architecten. Unique in their composition while preserving the building’s original elements.

The Space & Light apartments offer maximum functionality with two bedrooms, optimum daylight entry, designer kitchen/ lounges, elegant bathrooms, sunny terraces and balconies!

  • Apartment C / E / G / H
  • Floor areas ranging from 99 m2 to 116 m2
  • Rooftop terraces from 6 m2 to 41 m2 (H / C)
  • Balconies of 5 m2 to 6 m2 (E / H / G)
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Small & Beautiful

“All-in” well-considered, ingenious apartments ranging in size from 58 m2to 67 m2with one or two bedrooms. Perfect and tasteful layout with an open-plan kitchen, bathroom with a walk-in shower, designer vanities and luxury finishes.

The apartments feature a warm lighting plan with wall lights and build in downlights. Each has a unique, young character, outdoor space and second level.

  • Apartment D / F / K / L
  • Floor areas ranging from 58 mto 67 m2
  • Ceiling heights of 3.55 meters
  • Roof terraces from 4 mto 31 m (L / D)
  • Balconies from 5 mto 6 m (F / K)
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Apartment A
Ground floor
  • Aprox. 149 m2 floorspace
  • 2 patios ca. 24 m2
  • 2 Bedrooms
  • 2 Bathrooms
Apartment B
Ground floor
  • Aprox. 136 m2 floorspace
  • Patio: 16 m2
  • 2 Bedrooms
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • Berging: 5 m2
Apartment C
1st floor
  • Aprox.116 m2 floorspace
  • Rooftop terrace: 41 m2
  • 2 Bedrooms
  • 2 Bathrooms
Apartment D
1st floor
  • Aprox. 66 m2 floorspace
  • Rooftop terrace: 34 m2
  • 2 Bedrooms
  • 1 Bathroom
Apartment E
2th floor
  • Aprox. 115 m2 floorspace
  • Balcony: 6 m2
  • 2 Bedrooms
  • 2 Bathrooms
Apartment F
2th floor
  • Aprox. 67 m2 floorspace
  • Balcony: 5 m2
  • 2 Bedrooms
  • 1 Bathroom
Apartment G
3th + 4th floor
  • Aprox. 100 m floorspace
  • Balcony: 6 m2
  • 2 Bedrooms
  • 1 Bathroom
Apartment H
3th floor
  • Aprox. 99 m2 floorspace
  • Rooftop terrace / balcony: 20 m2
  • 2 Bedrooms
  • 1 Bathroom
Apartment K
4th floor
  • Aprox. 58 m floorspace
  • Balcony: 5 m2
  • 1 Bedroom
  • 1 Bathroom
Apartment L
5th verdieping
  • Aprox. 62 m floorspace
  • Rooftop terrace: 4 m2
  • 2 Bedrooms
  • 1 Bathroom

Location

With the canals and Leidseplein within walking distance, Vondelpark in the ‘backyard’ and the sophisticated Museum Quarter just around the corner, one thing is crystal clear: De Kroon is where the good life is enjoyed. Shops, theaters such as Nieuwe De La Mar, cinemas, museums and art galleries, a host of restaurants and cafes and music venues such as Melkweg and Paradiso; all are a stone’s throw away. Explore the city by bicycle, or catch the tram from the tram stop around the corner on Marnixstraat or Leidseplein.

Ultimate urban living, but tucked away from the masses. Charming Raamstraat combines the best of two worlds.


Parking

One can rent a parking space in the nearby garage of De Makroon, the senior complex at the other side of the Marnixstraat.

  1. Central Station
  2. Dam Square / Bijenkorf
  3. De Negen Straatjes
  4. Stopera
  5. Municipal Theater
  6. De La Mar
  7. C. Hooftstraat
  8. Rons Gastrobar Oriental
  9. Andaz Hotel
  10. Museum Quarter
  11. Leidsestraat
  12. Café George
  13. Jordaan borough
  14. Paradiso
  15. Rocycle City

P. Parking De Makroon

Highlights

  1. Central Station
  2. Dam Square / Bijenkorf
  3. De Negen Straatjes
  4. Stopera
  5. Municipal Theater
  6. De La Mar
  7. C. Hooftstraat
  8. Rons Gastrobar Oriental
  9. Andaz Hotel
  10. Museum Quarter
  11. Leidsestraat
  12. Café George
  13. Jordaan borough
  14. Paradiso
  15. Rocycle City

P. Parking De Makroon


Leidsegracht was home to a vinegar distillery as early as 1693. The company, founded by vinegar maker Jan Heysterman, remained in business until 1813. In that year, Jan Fredrik Tack acquired the vinegar distillery, naming it De Kroon. Tack made vinegar, mustard and vegetable oils.

History

Vinegar maker Jan Heysterman established a vinegar distillery in 1693. Who could have anticipated then that this beautiful location on Leidsgracht would see 274 years of vinegar production… Heysterman’s successors maintained the business until 1813. In that year, Jan Fredrik Tack acquired the vinegar distillery and named his company ‘De Kroon’.

Old-fashioned delivery trucks were parked out front of these characteristic buildings, ready to deliver mustard, vinegar and vegetable oil. For over 150 years, some 50 men worked hard in this very spot, every day. The doors of the distillery finally closed in 1965, and the tang in the air slowly dissipated on Leidsegracht. In the 1980s, the buildings were transformed into a gay bathhouse, the largest and most popular in all of Europe.

All together a remarkable bit of Amsterdam’s history, that we have the honor of cherishing by respecting the original name, architecture and the authentic features.

Contact

You can download the pricelist and tender form via the buttons below. Please use the tender form to express your interest in purchasing a property/ properties in De Kroon. The asking price given in the price list is intended as an invitation to submit an offer.

For more information please send an email to DeKroon@broersma.nl or contact Broersma Makelaardij by telephone. The dedicated agents for De Kroon are Kees Kemp and Jelle Mundt.

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