Lange Voorhout 78 The Hague
Beautiful, monumental building located on the most famous avenue in The Hague. The property is also known as ‘Het Russenhuis’, which was owned by the Royal Family from 1871 to 2017. The house was previously called Huize Voorhout. It was used as a residence for the staff of the adjacent Palace Lange Voorhout. In 1958 Queen Wilhelmina made it available to elderly single stateless refugees, especially ‘white’ Russians, after which it was referred to as the Russian House. There they gave, among other things, Russian speaking skills to the Military Intelligence Service.
Today it has been transformed into a residence and you can just become the new occupant in a house full of history. With no fewer than 8 bedrooms, three bathrooms, a guest or staff kitchen and plenty of work rooms, it is wonderful to live here. In addition, it has a spacious backyard, lovely roof terrace and a balcony with a view of the Lange Voorhout. In short, a unique home!
Entrance at street level. Via long hallway access to the basement with sufficient storage space. In the hallway you will also find the indoor lift. Large kitchen which gives access to the spacious garden. Spacious side room which can serve as a bedroom or an office. Toilet with wash basin and wardrobe.
Spacious landing with access to the living and dining room en suite. Both rooms have a front and rear side room, which can serve as a reading or work room. Separate toilet with wash basin.
Another spacious landing with four bedrooms, including the master, and two bathrooms. Separate toilet in the hallway. Small balcony with a view of the Lange Voorhout.
Spacious landing with three bedrooms and a third bathroom. The bedrooms give access to the roof terrace. Space with full kitchen.
– Monumental building with history
– High ceilings, elegant ornaments, attractive
– Located on the most beautiful avenue in The Hague
– Living with a royal touch
– Minimum rental period is 12 months
– Rent is excluding utilities
– Alarm system present
– Deposit required
– Furnishing possible at an additional cost