A traditional 1920s townhouse offers an attractive residence in a charming and imposing neighbourhood in The Hague, but is very out-dated.
The house is located at the end of a closed building block, opposite the Oostduin-Arendsdorp estate. The property has the structure of a classic Dutch terraced house, with one broad and one narrow bay. While retaining the last remaining original details such as the entrance porch and ornamental plaster ceilings, this lay-out on the ground floor has been completely broken through. Generous use has been made of materials such as Corian and translucent glass for the modernization of the sanitary fittings.