Beautiful Three-Story Historic Dutch Home On a Bridge Over Canal, Circa 1750 – Dordrecht, Netherlands – €300,000

A beautiful three-story historic Dutch home circa 1750 on a bridge over picturesque canal!
Beautiful Three-Story Historic Dutch Home On a Bridge Over Canal, Circa 1750 – Dordrecht, Netherlands – €300,000

Happy Monday! A three-story historic Dutch home built on a bridge over picturesque canal, circa 1750 !

A very cool and unique little property! I love the window with the view over the canal – a perfect place to set a vase of flowers or three, write, or create. Such a bright and vibrant space with rich history!

From the listing on Funda:

Great 3-storey city apartment in the middle of the historic city center, with a view of the City Hall, the Voorstraathaven and the shopping public in the Voorstraat.

– enjoy the beautiful, lively city view from your work or living room !;

– Get fresh bread in the morning at the Nobel bakery, walk along the beautiful one historic harbors, shopping, going to the theater and eating out. Everything is within reach;

– (national) monumental building with high ceilings and lots of light;

– office / entrance on the ground floor;

– 1st floor with living room and kitchen, with large windows and high ceiling;

– 2 bedrooms and the bathroom under the hood on the 2nd floor;

– located in the heart of Dordrecht’s city center, a short distance from all center facilities such as the railway station

– living space 92 m². Gross content 415 m³;

– year of construction 1750 (renovation year 2002).


Ground floor: Entrance into the charming extension on the Lombard bridge. This space offers a beautiful view over the Voorstraathaven and is now furnished as a work / study room, but can also serve as storage space, for example. From this room you can reach the attic by means of a loft ladder, where the central heating combi boiler is also located. There is also the meter cupboard (with modern distribution system) and staircase to the living floor.

First floor: The residential floor is located on the 1st floor and has a mighty (approx. 3.70 meters high) beamed ceiling, large windows with rod division and a beautiful city view over the Voorstraathaven, the lively shopping street and the City Hall. The sleeping floor can be reached through the open staircase. In the living room is the closed kitchen with U-shaped design which has a refrigerator, 5-burner gas stove, extractor hood (non-functional), close-in boiler and a hard stone countertop.

Second floor: Landing with space for washing equipment and access to the bathroom, toilet and bedrooms. Bedroom 1, the largest bedroom, which is located at the front of the house. This room has a beautiful high ceiling with rafters in sight. Bedroom 2, located at the rear of the house and equipped with a dormer window (with a view of the City Hall and Grotekerk neighborhood) and a hatch with loft ladder to the attic. In this attic is an electric boiler for the hot water for the shower. Bathroom, partly tiled and equipped with washbasin, bath, shower, towel radiator and automatic extraction.

General: Floor finishing: wooden floorboards at the location of the living room, landing on the 2nd floor and large bedroom on the 2nd floor. Laminate flooring on the ground floor and in the smaller bedroom. Wall finish: smooth plasterwork as wall finish. Frames / glazing: wooden frames with single glazing. The paintwork was carried out in 2015.

Energy label: not present.

Year of construction: originally built in 1750, renovation year 2002.

Monument: the building has been designated a national monument and is located in the protected city area. VvE: the VvE is registered in the Chamber of Commerce and there is a joint home insurance, contribution € 398, – per year. Furthermore, the VvE is not active. Any necessary maintenance will, however, be carried out in consultation with the owner of the lower property.

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