Country estate 't Enzerinck - Vorden
It was mentioned as early as 1378. The estate changed hands several times and in 1835 it came into the possession of jhr. Constantin Arnaud Ernest Adrien van Panhuys who was married to Charlotte Everdina Winanda Staring, daughter of the famous poet Antoni Christiaan Winand Staring. Between 1836 and 1838, this couple had the present country house built in the neoclassical style. On the occasion of the inauguration, Mr Staring recited an extensive poem about the house.
A splendid palace arises with shrill cries of jubilation. A youthful forest blossoms and greets the dawn'. After changing hands several times, 't Enzerinck was used as a care home from the Second World War onwards. In 1986 the estate was sold in parts. The park wood became the property of Natuurmonumenten, the various buildings were again privately occupied. The historical park layout consists of driveways, a landscape park, kitchen garden, woods, meadows and fields.
The manor and its immediate surroundings are not accessible. What is on display is the so-called Grandfather's House: a house that the estate owner built in 1920 for his grandchildren.