Lange Voorhout 62

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Lange Voorhout 62, The Hague
Den Haag - Lange Voorhout 62.JPG
General information
Architectural styleNeoclassical style
LocationThe Hague
AddressLange Voorhout 62
Completed17th century (foundation) 1776 (remodeled in Neoclassical style)

Lange Voorhout 62 is a former mansion on the Lange Voorhout in The Hague, Netherlands. The building is in use by the Statenbank.

History[edit]

The building was owned by Gerard Hoet II, the son of the decorative painter Gerard Hoet.[1] He commissioned the paintings in the salon by the Hague painter P.C. la Fargue.[1] After he died the house was sold to Adriaan Senn van Basel, who had it remodeled in neoclassical style.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c Rijksmonument report

Coordinates: 52°05′01″N 4°18′50″E / 52.0837°N 4.3139°E / 52.0837; 4.3139