Rupelmonde country estate - Nieuwersluis
On the west bank of the Vecht, below Nieuwersluis, is the 17th century country estate Rupelmonde. The first known owner was Jean de Wolf, a well-known Amsterdam merchant. He called the country estate 'Bereveld', which was changed to ‘Rupelmonde’ by one of the subsequent occupants. That occupant was a Flemish merchant from Rupelmonde near Antwerp. Rupelmonde was a rather austere homestead but was thoroughly renovated in the style of Louis XIV and XV in 1768. The beautiful house is still privately inhabited and not open to tourists.
Rupelmonde country estate
3631 AC Nieuwersluis
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Not open to visitors.