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Breda - Area: North-West (Haagse Beemden)

Rent or rent out in Breda North-West? On this page we tell you all about the area North West (Haagse Beemden 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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Noord-West (Haagsebeemden) - Gageldonk

The district of Haagse Beemden is situated together with Prinsenbeek in Breda North-West. The Haagse Beemden are composed of the areas Gageldonk, Kievitsloop, Kesteren, Muizenberg, Heksenwiel, Asterd and Kroeten. This district has been constructed in the 80s and 90s of the last century. The municipal area has been integrated into the landscape. The district is sort of divided from the rest of the city by an industrial area in between. The Haagse Beemden has in total 28.000 inhabitants. The facilities are scattered equally amongst all the different neighbourhoods. Amongst others there are a few shopping centres, primary schools, community centres, sports associations and child care.

The attractive neighbourhood of Gageldonk has been built in the 80s. Gageldonk is the oldest neighbourhood of North-West Breda. There is a lot of green.

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.

  • Average family 67%
  • Active trend follower 24%
  • Ambitious entrepreneur 5%

Noord-West (Haagsebeemden) - Kesteren

The district of Haagse Beemden is situated together with Prinsenbeek in Breda North-West. The Haagse Beemden is composed of the neighbourhoods Gageldonk, Kievitsloop, Kesteren, Muizenberg, Heksenwiel, Asterd and Kroeten. This area has been constructed in the 80s and 90s of the last century. The municipal area is integrated in the landscape. The area is kind of separated from the other part of the city by different industrial areas. The Haagse Beemden has in total 28.000 inhabitants. The facilities are scattered equally over different neighbourhoods. There are a few shopping centre, primary schools, community houses, sports associations and child care centres.

In the neighbourhood of Kesteren is a gathering of social houses. The design of Kesteren is monotonous.

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.

  • Average family 44%
  • Ordinary labourer 18%
  • Outside district neighbour 13%

Noord-West (Haagsebeemden) - Kievitsloop

Together with Prinsenbeek, the neighbourhood of Haagse Beemden is situated in Breda North-West. The Haagse Beemden is composed of the neighbourhoods Gageldonk, Kievitsloop, Kesteren, Muizenberg, Heksenwiel, Asterd and Kroeten. This district has been constructed in the 80s and 90s of the last century. The municipal area has been integrated into the landscape. The district is sort of divided from the rest of the city by an industrial area in between. The Haagse Beemden has in total 28.000 inhabitants. The facilities are scattered equally amongst all the different neighbourhoods. Amongst others there are a few shopping centres, primary schools, community centres, sports associations and child care.

Kievitsloop is the second oldest neighbourhood of Breda North-West.

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.

  • Average family 70%
  • Active trend follower 15%
  • Ambitious entrepreneur 6%

Noord-West (Haagsebeemden) - Muizenberg

Together with Prinsenbeek, the neighbourhood of Haagse Beemden is situated in Breda North-West. The Haagse Beemden is composed of the neighbourhoods Gageldonk, Kievitsloop, Kesteren, Muizenberg, Heksenwiel, Asterd and Kroeten. This district has been constructed in the 80s and 90s of the last century. The municipal area has been integrated into the landscape. The district is sort of divided from the rest of the city by an industrial area in between. The Haagse Beemden has in total 28.000 inhabitants. The facilities are scattered equally amongst all the different neighbourhoods. Amongst others there are a few shopping centres, primary schools, community centres, sports associations and child care.

Muizenberg is much greener than the surrounding neighbourhoods. Otherwise the houses and the design of the area is the same as in Kesteren. There are relatively many owner occupied houses, which shows how strongly connected people feel to this neighbourhood.

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.

  • Average family 48%
  • Active trend follower 19%
  • Outside district neighbour 11%

Noord-West (Haagsebeemden) - Heksenwiel

Together with Prinsenbeek, the neighbourhood of Haagse Beemden is situated in Breda North-West. The Haagse Beemden is composed of the neighbourhoods Gageldonk, Kievitsloop, Kesteren, Muizenberg, Heksenwiel, Asterd and Kroeten. This district has been constructed in the 80s and 90s of the last century. The municipal area has been integrated into the landscape. The district is sort of divided from the rest of the city by an industrial area in between. The Haagse Beemden has in total 28.000 inhabitants. The facilities are scattered equally amongst all the different neighbourhoods. Amongst others there are a few shopping centres, primary schools, community centres, sports associations and child care.

In this area of Heksenwiel you can mostly find low buildings. There are many young families. This neighbourhood has been constructed at the beginning of the 90s. The presence of the ‘Asterdplas’ (lake) and the Haagse Beemdenbos (forest) makes this location a particular nice place to live.

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.

  • Average family 37%
  • Social senior 21%
  • Active trend follower 10%

Noord-West (Haagsebeemden) - Overkroeten

Together with Prinsenbeek, the neighbourhood of Haagse Beemden is situated in Breda North-West. The Haagse Beemden is composed of the neighbourhoods Gageldonk, Kievitsloop, Kesteren, Muizenberg, Heksenwiel, Asterd and Kroeten. This district has been constructed in the 80s and 90s of the last century. The municipal area has been integrated into the landscape. The district is sort of divided from the rest of the city by an industrial area in between. The Haagse Beemden has in total 28.000 inhabitants. The facilities are scattered equally amongst all the different neighbourhoods. Amongst others there are a few shopping centres, primary schools, community centres, sports associations and child care.

The part most north of the city is the neighbourhood of Overkroet. Here are still a few original polders.

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.

  • Average family 66%
  • Conscious hedonist 13%
  • Ordinary labourer 13%

Noord-West (Haagsebeemden) - Kroeten

Together with Prinsenbeek, the neighbourhood of Haagse Beemden is situated in Breda North-West. The Haagse Beemden is composed of the neighbourhoods Gageldonk, Kievitsloop, Kesteren, Muizenberg, Heksenwiel, Asterd and Kroeten. This district has been constructed in the 80s and 90s of the last century. The municipal area has been integrated into the landscape. The district is sort of divided from the rest of the city by an industrial area in between. The Haagse Beemden has in total 28.000 inhabitants. The facilities are scattered equally amongst all the different neighbourhoods. Amongst others there are a few shopping centres, primary schools, community centres, sports associations and child care.

De Kroeten is the most recent neighbourhood in the Haagse Beemden. There are about 900 houses. In Kroeten you will find a lot of low constructions. Moreover a few flat blocks have been built on the edge of ‘Kroeteneiland’ (the island of Kroeten).

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.

  • Average family 53%
  • Active trend follower 39%
  • Conscious hedonist 8%

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