Plantage Muidergracht 155 A: now on sale

Lower house of two floors, totaling 305 m² with a west-facing garden.

The apartments

Dwelling 155 A on the first floor is now on sale. Click the button next to the home selector and view floor plans and photos.

Apartment 155 B, 155 C and 155 D have been sold.
The homes are luxuriously finished with natural materials and are offered turn-key. The apartments are on private land and the building has a new foundation.



Penthouse on the third and fourth floor
Living space: 175 m²
Three bedrooms, three bathrooms
Rooftop terrace, lift


Second floor
Living space: 211 m²
Three bedrooms, two bathrooms
Two balconies, lift


1st floor
Living area 211 m²
Three bedrooms, two bathrooms
Two balconies, elevator

APARTMENT | 155 A View

Ground floor & basement
Living space: 305 m²
Four bedrooms, three bathrooms
West-facing garden, home office

The Neighbourhood

"The Plantagebuurt neighbourhood; a beautifully green, vibrant, and stylish neighbourhood."
The historic building "Le Plantage" is situated on a leafy canal in the attractive, stylish Plantagebuurt neighbourhood. The building offers a view of the 18th-century Muiderpoort, which was used as a gateway into the city. There are many restaurants, cafes, and shops in the area, and you will find lots of greenery, too. Artis Zoo, De Hortus botanical gardens, and Wertheimpark are just a short walk away. If you want to soak up some culture, you can easily visit Kriterion cinema or the Tropenmuseum. The bustle doen't stop at the Plantagebuurt. Just cycle to Utrechtsestraat in the city centre or head the other way towards Amsterdam Oost. Once you have crossed Oosterpark, you arrive at lively Beukenplein square with plenty of cafes and restaurants.

TheChocolate sprinkles factory

At one time, between 1919 and 1929, this building on Muidergracht was home to the chocolate and confectionery factory of Hendrik de Vries "en Zonen". At the end of the 19th century, the De Vries family came from Friesland to Amsterdam to start a new life. They had little money and earned some extra by making sweets from sugar and chocolate in the kitchen. And this is how the first chocolate sprinkles were once created in this building; it was the start of the Venz brand. By 1929, they outgrew their premises and decided to move. Some time later, the building was home to a Reformed church and a photo studio, among others. Plantage Muidergracht is on the far right side on the photo. The original arched windows and façade remain intact.
Image: Stadsarchief Amsterdam, Jacob Olie