The most desirable neighbourhoods

Archipel and Willemspark

Built between 1860 and 1890 on the site of a former estate, the Archipel neighbourhood is one of the city’s most popular districts.

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Belgisch park

Belgisch Park began to take shape in 1883 following the construction of the Kurhaus. 

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Benoordenhout

The stately Benoordenhout area is a much-loved and typical Hague neighbourhood. The houses, built mainly in the 1930’s are generally spacious and comfortable.

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Bezuidenhout

Bezuidenhout  is a quiet neighbourhood dating from the 1930’s with lots of flats and upper floor apartments, though there are also some single family houses. 

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Bomen- and Bloemenbuurt

The Bomenbuurt and Bloemenbuurt, dating from around1900.

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Duinoord

The first plans for this new residential area in what was then age-old dunes were drawn up around the end of the 19th century.

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Westbroekpark and Duttendel

Many of the homes in  the Westbroekpark and Duttendel neighbourhood were built prior to 1916, but a large part of the housing stock is post-1960’s.

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Marlot

Marlot is a small, well-established, and leafy area with large villas, family houses, and some apartments.

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Statenkwartier

The Statenkwartier, built mostly between 1890 and 1915,  is an extremely popular area of The Hague.

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Van Stolkpark

This neighbourhood, though modest in size, is home to stately historic villas dating from 1875. 

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Vogelwijk

De Vogelwijk was built between 1910 and 1960 and is a popular residential area in The Hague.

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Vruchtenbuurt

The Vruchtenbuurt is a popular city district, largely built in the 1930s, and  characterised by quiet streets, small squares, and beautiful courtyards.

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