In one of the most beautiful and pristine locations in North Holland, on the edge of Bergen and Schoorl, tucked away in a park-like landscape garden of breathtaking proportions surrounded by water, lies 'Nieuw Hazendaal' *, a free-standing thatched- roof country house of absolute world class. This country house offers countless unique features and features that lovers of stylish country living will simply love, uniting characteristics of a stately residence or almost royal allure. Its cozy atmosphere and warm look are reminiscent of an ancient English cottage or a French mas.
* New Hazendaal is located in an area that has been inhabited since the beginning of the common era and which is referred to in ancient writings from c. 930 CE under the Germanic name of 'Accasthorp', later known as Aagtdorp. The country house practically faces the site of the original 'Hasendaal' country estate, which belonged to the famous noble family of Foreest, which produced numerous renowned public servants in various high positions. Hasendaal is also known as the place where the Russian troops withdrew from the Battle of Bergen on 17 September 1799, when the Franco-Batavian army decimated the Anglo-Russian army, the Russians in particular sustaining tremendous losses. The Russian Memorial in Bergen commemorates this bloody battle.
Rustic, thatched-roof country house in Bergen, North Holland.
If any house deserves to be called a country house, it's this one. This house is located in almost 12,000 m2 of private grounds.