|Design and construction|
Hol Maren is a mansion in Oegstgeest, Netherlands on the Haarlemmertrekvaart, 21. The mansion was built in 1892 and was designed by the architect Hendrik Jesse (1860-1943) for the landowner and river fish trader Johannes Spaargaren.
The mansion is shaped as a block in old Dutch style with elements from the Dutch Neo-Renaissance, such as decorative arcs above the windows on the ground floor. The garden has the characteristics of a park.
Hol Maren is a municipal monument since 1991.
- (in Dutch) Langs 19e-eeuwse panden, Groot Leiden, 21 september 2010 (WebCite archive)
- (in Dutch) List of municipal monuments of the municipality Oegstgeest (December 2010) (WebCite archive)
- (in Dutch) Website about H.J. Jesse with picture of Hol Maren (WebCite archive)
- (in Dutch) More pictures of Hol Maren (WebCite archive)
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