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Breda - Area: East

Rent or rent out in Breda East? On this page we tell you all about the area East in Breda. This area has been divided in multiple subarea's all listed below. Every subarea has some informatie about what kind of people are living there. For a more comprehensive view on these type's, please click the link below.

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East - Brabant park

Brabantpark (Breda East) has been constructed in the 40s and 50s of the last century. It is a varied neighbourhood with many education facilities. The district is composed of two parts, each has a total different outlook. West of Beverweg is a spacious constructed villa area with a lot of green and east an area with a lot of low constructions and a few flat blocks. The value of the district is underestimated. Brabantpark has two small shopping centres and a larger one. The Brabantplein has been renovated in 2005, but a special touch is missing. In the centre of the district Brabant park is actually a park. There are two churches and next to it a large sports field and two smaller playgrounds. Along the field and the pond are large walking tracks. In between the houses are many grass fields and playgrounds for children. With more than 9.300 residents, Brabantpark is the largest neighbourhood of Breda.

Here follows a description of the three most common types of residents. The description is based on an average of stereotypes and thus it is very possible that you can not identify yourself with any.

  • Active trend follower 49%
  • Social senior 19%
  • Ordinary labourer 9%

East - Sportpark

A part of the district Sportpark (Breda East) borders the Wilhelminapark with its attractive Wilhelmina pond. This area does not have many shopping facilities, but its location is very close to neighbourhoods with many shops and the centre of the city Breda. A large part of the neighbourhood Sportpark is occupied by the ‘Trip van Zoudtlandtkazerne’ (barracks). This part is mostly composed of low buildings, however there are a few low flat blocks. On the area of the formerly paint factory ‘Wagemakers / Teolin’ beautiful new houses have been constructed with some elements that remind one of the 30s. The district of Sportpark has about 3.200 residents.

Here follows a description of the three most common types of residents. The description is based on an average of stereotypes and thus it is very possible that you can not identify yourself with any.

  • Active trend follower 37%
  • Social senior 21%
  • Average family 13%

East - Zandberg

The district Zandberg (Breda East) was created in the 30s of the last century and has grown into an attractive, Burgundian area. It geographic location is excellent. On one side it borders the attractive Wilhelmina park with the Wilhelmina pond. On the other side it borders the attractive and with many shops Ginnekenweg (Ginneken street). Besides the area is at a short distance from the interesting Ginneken and the inside of the city of Breda. This area can be divided into three parts: a neighbourhood of villas, middle class houses and an area that has been renovated. On the area where a monastery used to be, new houses have been constructed. Zandberg has about 5.200 inhabitants.

Here follows a description of the three most common types of residents. The description is based on an average of stereotypes and thus it is very possible that you can not identify yourself with any.

  • Active trend follower 31%
  • Conscious hedonist 29%
  • Cultural country man/woman 15%

East - Heusdenhout

Heusdenhout (Breda East) is a spacious constructed area in the east part of Breda. About half of the houses are composed of social houses to rent and 33% is composed of owner occupied houses. A small part of Heusdenhout has independent houses. There are also many low buildings and some flat blocks. Heusdenhout is a green area with a lot of surface for children to play. There are many associations in the community house ‘De Kapelhof’ along the Heusdenhoutseweg and even a day-care centre for children. In Heusdenhout is also a shopping centre. The neighbourhood has about 5.400 residents.

Here follows a description of the three most common types of residents. The description is based on an average of stereotypes and thus it is very possible that you can not identify yourself with any.

  • Social senior 41%
  • Average family 32%
  • Conscious hedonist 9%

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