Monument dating from 1897, sustainably remodeled into a contemporary city residence
Just imagine: a dream of an industrial monument from 1897, sustainably converted into a luxury apartment for two. And that in a car-free eco-neighborhood with culture park Westergas around the corner and the Amsterdam Jordaan quarter just a ten-minute walk away.
De Windketel is a stand-alone tower, tastefully decorated with 'Dutch Design' and equipped with all modern comforts.
De Windketel is surrounded by a flowery garden and there is a south-facing terrace at the entrance. The sunny entrance gives access to a practical fitted kitchen. It is set up for a great cooking experience and you can sit comfortably at the spacious kitchen table. There is underfloor heating so it is always comfortable here.
The stairs to the second floor lead to a spacious living room. The room has a lot of natural light because it has windows to the ceiling on four sides. At the same time you have enough privacy, thanks to the beautiful drapes and curtains. From the room you look out on the Watertorenplein. The living room itself is comfortable and furnished with Dutch Design furniture by young and old Dutch designers. Among other things, you'll find an interesting rug by Woody Wood, an armchair and table by Gispen from the 1950s and a Montis couch, so comfortable, you don't want to leave it.
A steel spiral staircase leads to the romantic attic bedroom with an original bright yellow Auping bed and bath with shower. Through the skylights you can see the stars at night.