Mid Century office conversionZorgvliet, The Hague
Amsterdam might be the capital of the Netherlands, The Hague is home to the government, cabinets and last but not least, the King and Queen. But it’s also seat of many international companies, embassies and NGO’s. No wonder that after Amsterdam, The Hague is home to the most expats in the country. Its location on the coast, with the popular beach resorts of Scheveningen and Wassenaar, as well as its many museums, parks and ample night life options, make The Hague a very comfortable town to live in.
Rise Residences Sorghvliet is a Mid Century office building redeveloped into luxury apartments. The building is located in a lush and green park like setting, in the popular Zorgvliet neighborhood of The Hague. Renowned architect Piet Zanstra, who took inspiration from Le Corbusier, designed the building. This is testament in the poles the building stands on, a staple ingredient in the work of the French master. Architect Filip Mens redeveloped the building into an exclusive private residence with 20 apartments. One of these is part of the portfolio of Expat Valley.
The 100 m2 / 1,075 squre feet apartment is located on the 5th floor. This, and the many large windows, result in tons of natural light to sweep through the rooms. There is a large L-shaped open plan living room opening up to a modern and fully equipped kitchen. One entire wall of this space is made up off floor-to-ceiling windows, one with doors leading onto the massive 48m2/517 square feet terrace. From the terrace, one can enjoy views of the bordering Park Sorghvliet and the The Hague skyline. Along the hallway, there are two very large bedrooms, both with ample closet space and room for a double bed and desk or seating area. The terrace is also accessible from both bedrooms. A large 4-piece suite bathroom a separate powder room and storage with washer/dryer unit complete this comfortable and bright apartment. There is parking underneath the building.
Zorgvliet is named after a large country estate with the same name. It was the retreat of Dutch Grand Pensionary Jacob Cats who had it built in the 17th Century. Despite the city surrounding it now, the area still maintains a lush a green charm and is very desirable. There are many shops, restaurants and museum, and downtown The Hague and the main business and government districts are within easy reach by either foot, bike or with many public transport options nearby The neighborhood is also located within easy reach of roads and public transport to reach other parts of the country.
|Living area||100 m² / 1076 ft²|
|Bedrooms||Two double bedrooms|
|Bathroom||One three piece bathroom, one half bath|
|Kitchen||Modern kitchen with brand new appliances|
|Outdoor space||Large terrace of 45m² / 484 ft²|
|Parking||Secure parking underneath the building|