Country estate Spanderswoud - 's-Graveland
The history of the Spansderswoud country estate starts in 1634 when Andries Bicker acquires this plot. Bicker was a leading Amsterdam merchant who traded in spices. The house itself is not open to the public. At the Spanderswoud country estate, you will see a mishmash of garden styles. There must once have been a lot of coppice in Spanderswoud, because the country house is named after it.
Country estate Spanderswoud
1243 HZ 's-Graveland
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The country house, outbuildings and the fruit wall are private property and therefore not accessible.