Reguliersgracht 20 Amsterdam

Asking price € 2.500.000 k.k.

333 m²

Stunning national monument located at the Reguliersgracht.

This 17th century canal house including a lot of original details boasts a total residential surface of 333 m2 (gross surface 407 m2) and contains a sunny roof terrace at the rear side, offering a view of the beautiful gardens.

The house is situated on freehold land. The foundation has been partly renewed.

It is very suitable as a family home, yet the house could also very well be lived in by multiple households.

The ground floor is ideal to adapt a private practice and /or home-office for professionals in different fields.
The third floor is also suitable for a home-office. Both the ground and third floors could have multiple uses as residential space for family and guests or as home-offices with their own kitchenettes.

The patio on the ground floor serves as an extension of the rooms where you can enjoy plenty of daylight or moonlight.

All floors give you a beautiful view over the historic canals of Amsterdam and at the rear of the house the scenario are the authentic Amsterdam green gardens.

The location of this house is perfect and very central, in between the Keizersgracht and Herengracht, close to the Amstel. From the rooms at the front side of the house, you can enjoy the stunning soft light of the sunrise, while at the rear side, the afternoon sun shines until sunset.

The beautiful Reguliersgracht – including seven bridges – is located close to Amstelveld, Utrechtsestraat, Rembrandtplein, and Vijzelgracht. The open nature of this neighborhood adds to its popularity, with the flower market on Mondays, gorgeous canals, several well-regarded primary and high schools, and various cultural institutions (e.g. Carré, Stopera, Hermitage, and Rijksmuseum).

The immediate vicinity provides a wide range of nice hotels, restaurants, and cafés, as well as plenty of shops for your daily groceries. Various (big) parks are located at biking distance, among which Vondelpark and Sarphatipark.

Public transport stops are situated around the corner (buses, tram, metro), since Amsterdam Central Station is nearby. Also, the house can be reached easily by car.

LAYOUT (please also refer to maps)

Ground floor:
- Entrance on the ground floor
- Hallway
- Study at the front side, providing access to a room that lies adjacent to the patio with roof (roof can be opened)
- Room adjacent to the patio has a kitchenette
- Hallway leading to the rear part of the house, consisting of 2 floors: storage room with staircase leading to the floor upstairs including a storage room with windows
- Separate toilet in the hallway
- From the hallway, a door underneath the stairs to the sauna

First floor:
- Hallway with ornamental ceiling
- Kitchen at the rear side offering access to the terrace, which has an open view to the Amsterdam old gardens
- Salon/sitting room at the front side with large windows and very high ceilings, as well as a stunning ornamental ceiling, providing an unobstructed view of the canal

Second (middle) floor:
- Study/guest room at the rear side with a view of the terrace. This room is equipped with 2 built-in closets, and one of these closets includes a wash basin.

Third floor:
- Landing, providing access to all of the rooms
- Bedroom with built-in closet at the rear side
- Toilet (accessible from the landing) with 2 built-in closets
- Living room at the front side with lots of windows and also a beautiful view of the canal
- Open-plan kitchenette
- Bathroom with bathtub and shower

Fourth floor:
- Spacious, bright room at the rear side with high ceilings and lots of windows, as well as a spectacular view of the garden.
- Stairs leading up to the small attic with storage cupboard and central heating system. The roof can be accessed via the window leading to the terrace.
- Bedroom at the front side with wall to wall view to the canal. Bathroom in-suite.
- Built-in closets

Above the fourth floor:
- Roof terrace with uninterrupted view to the Amsterdam skyline

Every floor contains the universe for creating and practicing a profession, as well as receiving guests.

- 333 m2 (NEN2580)
- Roof terrace
- Sauna
- Stunning natural light
- National monument
- Lots of windows, high ceilings
- Freehold land
- Partly renewed foundation;
- The roof has been renewed in 2002/2003 and internally restored in 2016
- Age clause (ouderdomsclausule), asbestos clause
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Transfer of ownership

Available from
By mutual agreement


Type of house/apartment
Canal-side property
Building type
Type of construction
Existing property
Year of construction
tot 1906
Under construction
Construction period
tot 1906


By a waterway, Waterside, In town or city centre
Permanent habitation
Roof covering
Flat roof


beschermd stads of dorpsgezicht, Cultural property

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
333 m²
Surface area other functions
9 m²
121 m²
1170 m³


Number of rooms
Number of bedrooms
Number of floors
Number of bathrooms
Bathroom amenities
Shower, Bathtub, Washing machine connection
Kitchen type
Cclosed kitchen/separate kitchen, Kitchen-diner

Insulation and heating Insulation and heating

Heating type
cv ketel
Hot water installation
cv ketel
Boiler gas/oil
Boiler ownership
Freehold property

Land registry details

Cadastral designation
Amsterdam I 1126
Surface area
121 m²
Ownership structure
Full ownership

Outside Area

Garden type(s)
patio atrium, Sun terrace
Main garden type Main garden type
Sun terrace
Main garden area
30 m²
Main garden at the back
Landscape main garden
Total area
30 m²


Garage types
No garage


Paid parking, Public parking
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Map Reguliersgracht 20 Amsterdam

To Reguliersgracht 20 Amsterdam
5 minutes walking distance 5 minutes bicycle distance