Park Central 86d
Bezuidenhoutseweg 86d, Center
About the apartment
This fabulous groundfloor apartment is part of our brand new residence Park Central and without doubt it is a one-of-a- kind! Let’s start with it’s unique location. From the front door it only takes a few minutes to walk to Central Station, the popular shopping area Theresiastraat and the Beatrix business district. But when you enter this apartment and look out the large windows facing the garden, all you will see are the countless trees of The Hague’s largest park ' Haagse Bos' (The Hague forest). No noise from cars and buses passing by, just the sound of birds and trees. This comfortable 2 bedroom / 2 bathroom apartment comes with a spacious 140 sqm (!) private garden with large dining table made of old wood originally used for small fishing boats as well as a comfortable lounge sofa to lay back and relax. Inside you will find a charming living room with fireplace and a large (55 inch) curved SMART TV enabling you to watch your favorite TV program or series on Netflix! That’s our way to make You feel at Home! The kitchen comes with all imaginable appliances a cook could wish for. So if you enjoy cooking, go ahead and show your guests your cooking skills. Both bedrooms come with a private bathroom with a sink and shower. The laundry room is equipped with a washer/dryer. This apartment building was built in 1910 and modernized in 2016. The whole apartment is air-conditioned and offers central heating to guarantee a comfortable temperature during all seasons. If you feel like going to the beach it is good to know that tram no. 9 takes you to Scheveningen beach in less than 15 minutes.
4-6 bedroom / 4-6 bathroom option: If you are in need of additional bedrooms, this apartment can be connected to other apartments at the same floor. With a maximum of 8 bedrooms – 8 bathrooms we can create the perfect place to accommodate groups up to 16 guests. Check with our staff for availability and conditions.
3D overview of the apartment
Bezuidenhout is a popular neighborhood south of the ‘Haagse Bos (The Hague woods) and was built between 1900 and 1925. The district was heavily damaged during World War II. After the war the destructed area was rebuilt which is why this area shows a variety of classic and modern architecture. The Bezuidenhout is located North of the city center. The presence of the Beatrix business district and the Central Station contribute to the popularity of this area. The main shopping district is located along the Theresiastraat. In 2014 the New Babylon tower opened its doors offering an indoor shopping center. With its 45 storeys it is one of the tallest buildings of The Hague.