DE HISTORIE IN VOGELVLUCHT

 

1408 Tyman van Zuylen, the first known resident.

 

1440 Jacob van Gaesbeek.

 

1452 Willem van Gent en Jacob de Roye.

 

1460 Bishop David van Bourgondië, bastard son of Philips den Goede.

 

1466 Ernst Taets van Meerten.

 

1468 Elsabeth van Zuylen van Neyevelt.

 

1497 Willem van Abcoude.

 

1541 Family Van Oostrum.

 

1629 Broekhuizen recognized as a knight’s court city.

 

1667 Rudolph van Arkel.

 

1744 Frederik de Grote, King van Pruisen.

 

1745 Jacques Philip Joseph Ernoul de Caneau de Beauregard.

 

1792 Cornelis Jan van Nellesteyn, founder of the current Broekhuizen.

 

1794 Construction of a new Main House with Orangerie by J. Berkman, start construction of the landscape by J.G. Michael resp. J.D. Zocher sr. 

 

1810 Renovation and expansion of the Main House in empire-style by B.W.H. Ziesenis.

 

1897 jhr. mr. Maarten Iman ridder Pauw van Wieldrecht, chamberlain of Queen Emma.

 

1898 New construction of the Main House.

 

1906 Devastation of the House by a fire and immediate reconstruction in Lodewijk XVI style.

 

1939 Jhr. Mr. Théodore Jean Guillaume Stratenus.

 

1967 Broekhuizen becomes a National monument.

 

1971 Sale to the National institute for nature management.

 

1996 Vacancy

 

2011 Sale to the current private owner.

 

2012 Development of current Parc Broekhuizen

 

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