Marlot is a small, well-established, and leafy area with large villas, family houses, and some apartments.
The houses were mainly designed in the New Hague School architectual style and  the wide streets and green front gardens lend the neighbourhood an aura of exclusivity.  The neighbouhood has been designated one of the city’s protected urban landscapes due to its historic character 

Marlot is a quiet residential area which lacks shops and schools. Children living here have the choice of many schools in nearby districts such as Wassenaar, Mariahoeve, Bezuidenhout, and Benoordenhout.
Nearby shops are located in the Mariahoeve shopping centre, the Theresiastraat in Bezuidenhout, and the van Hoytemaplein in Benoordenhout.

The average age of the residents is relatively high, though more and more young families have moved in over the last few years.

Characteristics of Marlot

Detached villas, semi-detached and spacious terraced houses, some apartments

Popular with

Local and expat families 


To do in Marlot

  • Swimming in the Overbosch pool (in Mariahoeve)
  • Walking in the Haagse Bos forest, Marlot Park, and the palace gardens
  • Louwman Museum featuring a large collection of classic cars
  • Tennis at Tennispark Marlot

Local eateries

  • De Landbouw restaurant
  • Chalet ten Bosch coffee house


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For sale and for rent in Marlot

Barnsteenhorst 398, Den Haag € 1.200 p.m. inc.
Smaragdhorst 383
€ 1.100 p.m. ex.

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