A neighborhood situated to the North of Haagse Hout in between several of The Hague’s estates and nature reserves.
wo very characteristic areas, Nassaubuurt (built in the 1890’s) and Duinzigt (built in the 1970’s) help define Benoordenhout.
Within Benoordenout there are several prominent buildings, De Rode Olifant (The Red Elephant built around 1921), the ANWB’s head offce (built in 1960) located on the Wassenaarseweg and also Shell’s Head office complex located on the Carel van Bylandtlaan (built in 1915).
Spacious single family homes, semi-detached houses, long tree lined streets, cozy shopping streets, such as Hoytemaplein and Willem Royaardsplein, and lots of parks can be found in Benoordenhout.
Therefore, many families with children and also the elderly are attracted to Benoordenhout. .
The Hague city center is only a 10 minute bicycle ride away. Quiet, green city living is Benoordenhout.