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FOR RENT IN THE HEART OF ALKMAAR THE LATEST APARTMENT IN RIJKSMONUMENT, ALWAYS WANTED TO LIVING IN A REGENCY ROOM?
The House of Zessen, founded in 1510, is Alkmaar's oldest surviving courtyard. It was intended for six old Catholic men. As the last destination, the building was part of the town hall complex.
The facade was rebuilt in the 19th century in neoclassical style. The large empire windows and block plastering date from that time. Inside are some rooms in the neo-Renaissance style: the great hall (1910) and the regents' room (1922).
The house, a national monument, is located in the center of Alkmaar in the Schoutenstraat between the Langestraat and the Laat.
The building has been renovated inside and out into a unique building with eight apartments. Some of them will retain the monumental status.
In this case it concerns the apartment on the ground floor at the front, one of the so-called period rooms. In addition, there are also many authentic details present on the walls and ceiling. It is a large and high space of over 45 m2 with a beautiful fireplace. Next to the living room is a spacious bedroom. Through the hallway you enter the kitchen, with the bathroom behind it. The kitchen is equipped with built-in appliances: refrigerator, dishwasher, ceramic hob with extractor and a combination microwave. The bathroom has a sink, shower and toilet. There is a separate room for the washing machine and dryer.
- Minimum rental period is one year;
- The price EXCLUDES advance energy costs and cable TV with internet: (€ 125, -)
- Deposit is equal to one month's rent;
- Not suitable for a situation with children or pets.
There are sufficient paid parking facilities in the area, including in the Singel garage. This is done via a permit from the municipality.
Behind the complex is a communal courtyard and on the first floor is a communal balcony. There is also a bicycle shed for all residents.
Living in the oldest surviving courtyard of Alkmaar right in the center? Then respond quickly!
Viewings go through an 'open house' on a date to be determined. You can register for this via our application form, which you will find under 'brochures' on this page. You can mail the completed application form to firstname.lastname@example.org or drop it at our office at Kanaalkade 16 in Alkmaar.
We will then assess whether you are eligible, followed by an invitation for a viewing or a rejection.