When you move to a new place, you might not be quite sure what to expect. That’s why you need professional guidance and advice from a local agency to ensure that you will feel right at home in your new city. The House of Expats has years of experience working on the real estate market of The Hague and is more than happy to provide you with the proper information on the neighbourhood that best fits your housing need as an expat. Would you like to move to the Bomen- and Bloemenbuurt? Here’s some information you might be interested in.
A fifteen-minute bike ride from the city centre and the Hague beach resorts Kijkduin and Scheveningen, there is a lively pre-war residential area with a mixture of housing in different styles. There are many flats but also a considerable number of family homes. The fourteen squares are characteristic of the district.
Fahrenheitstraat, Thomsonlaan and Thomsonplein are the main places to shop and to go for your daily groceries. You can find the best cheeses, most delicious breads and freshest fish here. On Goudsbloemlaan there is a large supermarket and various fresh food specialists. The Bomen- and 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.
We focus on the wishes and requirements of our sellers and landlords and, thanks to our years of experience, we know how to accomodate the wishes of expats moving to The Hague. Are you looking for a new place in the Bloemen- and Bomenbuurt? Contact us for an introductory meeting.