This Amsterdam loft has a gallery feel thanks to its vast, open floor plan and minimalist colour scheme.
Sitting in the Jordaan district, on Egelantiersstraat, the 183 sqm Amsterdam property occupies the ground floor of a 1955 building and was renovated in 2016. It’s been reborn as an industrial-style bolthole, replete with herringbone and cast concrete floors, painted brickwork and rough concrete pillars.
Egelantiersstraat 6 bg is on the market via Engel & Völkers for €1.275m, and its internal walls have been kept to a minimum, with the master bedroom separated from the living room by a wall of curtains. Above the seating area, four huge skylights flood the space below with light, and tactile plywood finishes have been left exposed, adding to the rough-and-ready atmosphere.
The combined kitchen and dining room has also been updated with new cabinetry, stainless steel appliances and concrete finishes. (If you prefer dining out, the Jordaan property is surrounded by cafes and restaurants, and is a stone’s throw from the canal.)
A second bedroom can be found the front of the house. This could be partitioned off as an independent studio as it has its own bathroom, plus the necessary connections for a small kitchen.
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