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Breda - Area: North

Rent or rent out in Breda North? On this page we tell you all about the area North 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.

For a comprehensive view of all the types of neighbours, please check this page

North - Belcrum

This neighbourhood Belcrum (Breda North) from before the war is situated just outside the moat on the north side of Breda. It is one of the best conserved districts from the 30s in Breda. It is also a district where people usually live for a long time. Belcrum is very much liked by people from its own district who change houses, which shows how happy people actually are about the living climate there. 60% Of the houses are from before the war and for small families, only 20% are social renting houses. Belcrum borders the centre and is situated directly behind the railway station. In this neighbourhood is amongst others a supermarket, butcher and baker. The district Belcrum has about 3.100 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 39%
  • Average family 30%
  • Social senior 12%

North - Doornbos-Linie

Doorbos-Linie (Breda North) is a combination of two sub neighbourhoods: Doorbos and Linie. Doornbos is an elaborated neighbourhood and Linie is a bit smaller, but has the Liniepark. In this neighbourhood you can find many houses for small families and low apartment buildings. There are two small shopping centres. The residents appreciate the living climate and the attractiveness in their neighbourhood. Doornbos-Linie has about 3.900 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 30%
  • Social senior 22%
  • Average family 21%

North - Biesdonk

Biesdonk (Breda North) is one of the largest neighbourhoods of the northern area. Here are many houses for small families, but also flat blocks. The inhabitants appreciate the green, peace and attractiveness and the facilities; such as the spacious shopping centre ‘Hoge Vught’. The age average of the inhabitants is higher than in other parts of Breda. There are about 4.900 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 30%
  • Average family 26%
  • Social senior 24%

North - Wisselaar

Wisselaar (Breda North) is a green area on the edge of the city. The area is characterised by a long rows of attached houses, surrounded by a lot of green. To bring some change in the monotonous streets, a few projects have been realised in the 90s: some bungalows and small flat blocks have been added. The area Wisselaar borders the Terheijdenseweg (the street of Terheijden), where you can find many sports facilities such as: a covered swimming pool, a covered ice skating rink and a racket museum. The spacious shopping centre ‘Hoge Vught’ of the neighbourhood Biesdonk is where the inhabitants go for their shopping. This district has about 4.100 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.

  • Ordinary labourer 44%
  • Active trend follower 19%
  • Average family 18%

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