1930's apartment in Benoordenhout
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.
Located in the sought after and green Benoordenhout neighborhood, is this comfortable, modest sized apartment. The unit is on the 2nd floor and can be reached by elevator and stairs. Its efficient lay-out spread over 60 m2/ 646 square feet offers a spacious L-shaped living/dining room, a functional galley kitchen with appliances, a large double bedroom with ensuite bathroom, a washer/dryer unit and clever storage solutions. Furthermore, there is a balcony overlooking the wide, treelined street below, offering plenty of privacy and a separate storage unit on the ground floor.
Benoordenhout is a quiet and green neighborhood. Its proximity to the lively center of town combined with the village vibe make it a popular hub for families and young professionals alike. Near the apartment are plenty of options for those looking for quality restaurants, boutiques and shopping. There are also several popular parks and the beach is within very easy reach by foot, bike or bus. Excellent road and public transport links allow for easy access to The Hague’s main business and government districts as well as other parts of the country.
|Living area||60 m² / 646 ft²|
|Bedrooms||One double bedroom|
|Bathrooms||One ensuite bathroom, one half bath|
|Kitchen||Galley kitchen with appliances|
|Parking||street parking (at cost or with permit)|
|Storage||Several built in storage options, separate storage unit on ground floor|