Country estate Doornveld - Doorn
Ravesteijn owned a tile factory and built the house for his daughter. After them, the house was in the hands of several owners. The house was occupied as a boarding house by Jonkheer Egbert Lintelo de Geer, who initially rented the property and bought it in 1924. Between 1917 and 1932, a guest book was kept of the guest house, which is now owned by his grandson: theatre maker Ursul de Geer. In 1969, Doornveld was sold to a foundation for the elderly with disabilities. Since then, Doornveld has not been a residential house. From 1988, it has been used as an office.