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Authentic restored three bedroom house with a small roof terrace, housing up to four guests in Amsterdam’s treasured Jordaan district.
The residence which is build in 1739 is wonderfully positioned for enjoying the very best of the capital, offering instant access to an array of charming canals, shops, cafes and restaurants. Completely restored and charismatically furnished throughout, the lodging allows you to relax in style and comfort after a busy day exploring the sights. The living area boasts wooden floors, authentic beams, tasteful artworks and beautiful details. Two sofa's, an armchair, a flatscreen TV and DVD player, and a dining table are also at your disposal. All your favourite snacks and dishes can be prepared in the kitchen, which supplies everything you need for home-cooking, including an oven, microwave, hob, grill, fridge, freezer and a dishwasher. The three bedrooms are equally peaceful with plenty of storage space. The first bedroom contains a double bed, the second bedroom a single bed and the third bedroom a kingsize bed which can be turned into two singles upon request. The dwelling also provides a washing machine, dryer, iron, high speed Wi-Fi and a delightful small roof terrace, perfect for absorbing the morning sunshine with a fresh cup of coffee. The bathroom contains a toilet, washbasin, bathtub and shower, with an extra toilet on hand for added convenience. With its desirable location and appealing interior, the accommodation makes a superb Amsterdam base for business people, a family or a group of friends.
Inhabiting the edge of the Jordaan, the residence combines an authentic local neighbourhood with a convenient centrality. Oozing atmosphere and littered with unique boutiques, cool bars and cosy eateries, the quarter is simply adored by visitors and residents alike. The nearby Haarlemmerdijk offers a great introduction to the area, housing such worthwhile venues as Amsterdam’s oldest cinema, the Movies, the tasty Pizzabakkers and the delectable store of Ibericus.
A brief stroll south will guide you into the heart of the district, which is punctuated by secreted courtyards and pleasant squares, such as the Noordermarkt. Dominated by the 17th century Northern Church, this quaint plaza hosts a weekly farmer’s market every Saturday, highly recommended for food fanatics. Other interesting spots include the breathtaking Canal Belt, the primary transport hub of Central Station and the picturesque Westerpark.