New apartment complex De Heerlijckheid

With an ideal location and turnkey handover, the residences of apartment complex De Heerlijckheid, are ideal for starters, singles or seniors. Each apartment features two balconies, a fully integrated kitchen and modern bathroom. In short, a friendly and small-scale residential complex with great comfort!

 Newly built residential complex
The residential complex ‘De Heerlijckheid’ consists of six apartments spread over three floors, accessible by lift or stairs. The new apartments contain two to three rooms and are provided with two private balconies.

All apartments are modern and feature ample natural light. The living room with open kitchen is fitted with various quality brand appliances. This makes the kitchen ready for immediate use.

Through the living room-kitchen, residents have direct access to the first balcony. From the bedroom you look out onto the second balcony, which can be accessed through the double doors.

The modern bathroom has a walk-in shower, toilet and washbasin with mirror. In the more spacious apartments, the toilet is separate.

The surroundings
De Heerlijckheid is located in an attractive area with all amenities within easy reach. Heemstede’s lively town centre with its wide range of boutiques, specialist shops and restaurants are just around the corner.

Nature is also nearby; Groenendaal hiking forest and the beautiful Buitenplaats Leyduin are within cycling distance.


Drenthelaan 8
2101 SZ Heemstede


Newly built residential complex.


All apartments are sold.


Kentie & Partners Architekten (architect)

The name ‘De Heerlijckheid’ (fiefdom) honours the fascinating origins of Heemstede. A fiefdom was land belonging to a lord to which certain ‘lordly rights’ were attached. When Haarlem received city rights in 1245 and was delineated, the need to name the surrounding areas also grew. The Counts of Holland – William II and his son Floris V – had the noble task of transforming the villages outside Haarlem into separate districts. These new districts were either governed by aldermen or pledged to feudal lords.

Heemstede itself was pledged to a nobleman from Holy, near Vlaardingen, named Reinier van Holy, who would later call himself ‘Van Heemstede’. Between 1284 and 1300, he built Heemstede Castle on the Spaarne. The castle was destroyed several times, until in 1810 it was so weak that it was demolished. The medieval foundations now lie beneath an estate called ‘Het Oude Slot’ (the old castle).

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