Bloemenbuurt is very green. There’s a large green area alongside Segbroeklaan, with the Haagse Beek and walking trails. And you don’t have to go far to go for a walk in the dunes. The district is part of the Bomen- en Bloemenbuurt. It's the perfect neighborhood for singles and young families.
Green, quiet, divers
The Bomen and Bloemenbuurt neighbourhood was one of the hard-hit neighbourhoods during World War Two. A plan for reconstruction was drawn up by Hilversum architect W.M. Dudok. The old districts, according to him, did have the charm of opulence and openness here and there, but he found them downright boring. In his view, they were flat, monotonous neighbourhoods, without variety. Nowadays, there is a great diversity of houses here in terms of size and price range. All sorts of people live together in the Bloemenbuurt neighbourhood. From middle-income to richer families, from authentic Hagenees to expats and from young to old. The connection to The Hague city centre is excellent and there is plenty of parking space. The surrounding area is very complete. Frederik Hendriklaan in Statenkwartier is within easy reach for a wide range of shops and restaurants, in addition to the possibilities for daily shopping in the area. Looking for a new (temporary) home around the city center of The Hague? Contact our Verra Makelaars office in The Hague for more information on our services in the Bomen and Bloemenbuurt area.
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