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Villa Rodesteijn

In Bloemendaal’s Duin en Daal lies Villa Rodesteijn. The villa dates from 1902 and was built in a Dutch variant of Jugendstil. Villa Rodesteijn has been completely renovated and is now divided into six very luxurious flats with beautiful views of the surrounding garden and woodland. The flats are equipped with all modern conveniences, including a lift and on-site parking. Parking spaces on private property can be purchased separately.

Units in object

Today, the villa is divided into six luxury flats. Each flat occupies one floor, including a lower ground floor and penthouse. The homes are equipped with all modern living comforts and have a beautiful view with plenty of daylight.


Villa Rodesteijn is situated in a quiet residential area in Bloemendaal, surrounded by nature. Just beyond the characterful garden surrounding the house, you can immediately enter the Bloemendaal forest. . At short walking distance lies the attractive centre of Bloemendaal with a varied range of (specialist) shops, cafés , restaurants and, of course, a supermarket for daily shopping.

Because Bloemendaal lies on the coast, nature lovers will be in their element here. The beautiful nature reserve ‘Zuid-Kennemerland National Park’ and the Bloemendaal beach are both within cycling distance.


The flats have excellent accessibility. By car, you can be on the N200 and the N208, with connections to various A-roads, within a few minutes. Bloemendaal and its neighbour Overveen also have their own train station, with direct connections between Amsterdam, Haarlem and Zandvoort aan Zee.


Villa Rodesteijn was designed in 1901 by architect J. Wolbers, in a Dutch variant of Jugendstil, with neo-Renaissance and other influences. The then 7-year-old daughter of the original residents placed a symbolic stone that can be seen next to the terrace doors. Villa Rodesteijn is characterised by careful detailing and a well thought-out interplay of lines. The house is image-defining for the immediate surroundings and also a listed building.

The history of the Bloemendaal district of Duin en Daal goes back to 1599. A bleachery used to be located here, which was converted into a country estate in 1774.

Source of the photograph: Rijksdienst voor het Cultureel Erfgoed, Amersfoort/OF-05913

Classic villa, modern living

Purchase price

From  €1,225,000,-   K.K. 

K.K. states “costs to be paid by the buyer”. With “buyer costs”, the buyer pays transfer tax and notary fees in addition to the purchase price.

Surface area

109 m2


Mollaan 1, Bloemendaal


Own land

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