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Country Estate ‘De Eese’

Huis De Eese (1619), the castle. The square core of Landgoed De Eese, approximately 80 ha, is an officially protected national monument, a so-called Cultural-historical Country Estate. Landgoed De Eese has developed from a 12th century fortified farmstead.
Huis De Eese (1619), the castle. The square core of Landgoed De Eese, approximately 80 ha, is an officially protected national monument, a so-called Cultural-historical Country Estate. Landgoed De Eese has developed from a 12th century fortified farmstead.

STEENWIJK (NL) – Landgoed De Eese is a medieval estate of some 800 ha on the border of Friesland, Overijssel and Drenthe. It is largely owned by the family Van Karnebeek. A small part of this estate belongs to the Dutch National Forest Service.