Hellingweg 70A, Scheveningen
About the apartment
Beautiful, luxurious and spacious two-bedroom penthouse apartment with large terrace, air conditioning, Bose music, and Fox international sports channel. Situated at the Nautical Center by the second inner harbor of Europe's largest and fashionable bathing resort of Scheveningen, and only 15 minutes away from the vibrant city center of The Hague.
Penthouse 70a has an impressive surface of almost 180 m2 plus 40 m2 terrace space offering a magnificent view on the yachts. The apartment has 2 spacious bedrooms with comfortable box spring beds for a good night's sleep and includes secured private parking for two cars with direct elevator access to the apartment entrance. The airconditioned apartment itself has been beautifully designed and furnished to the highest standards Furthermore it offers essentials such as high speed internet, a large 65 inch TV (amongst others,) with a wide range of 80 TV channels including FOX Sports with international football, as well as a SMART function to watch your favorite series through Netflix, independent internet radio, Bose music system, a fully equipped kitchen, a spacious bathroom with walk in shower and laundry facilities. Within simple walking distance you find some of the best restaurants, a supermarket and of course, the beach.
Holland's most famous seaside resort Scheveningen has, for both adults and children, an abundance of attractions and beach pavilions. So, take a stroll along the boulevard to the famous pier with its new Ferries wheel and put on your dancing shoes after sunset to enjoy the best of The Hague's nightlife. Beach life and city life go together in The Hague which explains why so many people come back to this wonderful location again every year.
The apartment has 2 free parking space in the parking garage of the complex. Additional parking spaces can be reserved at additional costs according to availability.
The 2nd harbour of Scheveningen was built around 1930. It was connected to the 1st harbour through a narrow passageway locally known as “the pipe”. In the surrounding area many smokehouses and fishmongers settled. After the Second World War the importance of fishing gradually disappeared and the smaller vessels vanished. Since then the 2nd port was becoming more and more a recreational and tourist area. Today a lot of old harbour related buildings have been replaced by residential buildings, shops and restaurants, attracting thousands of visitors during all seasons of the year. We dare to say that there is no other place in The Netherlands and maybe not even in Europe where tourists will find this unique combination of city culture and beach life on such a small surface.