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Breda - Area: West

Rent or rent out in Breda West? On this page we tell you all about the area West 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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West - Haagpoort

Haagpoort (Breda West) is a quite densely populated part of Breda. There are many small houses amongst which a large amount falls in the category of social houses. Of course there are exceptions such as the houses at the Weerijssingel. These are quite spacious. More than 50% of the houses are from the period 1906-1945 and 10% is from even before that time. The district has only a few green elements. The main ones are the borders of the river the Aa or Weerijs along the Weerijssingel, the green area along the Amstelstraat and some trees along and in between the main roads. The most important shopping facilities are along the Haagweg and the Nieuwe Haagdijk. Moreover the inhabitants use the facilities of the district of Tuinzicht and the shopping centre Lunet (corner of Weerijssingel and Lunetstraat). Haagport has about 2.100 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 35%
  • Ordinary labourer 24%
  • Social senior 22%

West - Heuvel

Heuvel (Breda West) is also known as the ‘Staatsliedenbuurt’ and has been built in the 50s of the last century. In this district is quite a lot of green. There are several projects going on for city innovation. Large investments by the municipality of Breda and by different house construction organisations are being realised. Small, dark houses are being replaced by new owner occupied houses. However the architecture respects the design of the district. Many large houses to rent are being sold. There are enough shopping facilities. About 6.000 people live in the area of Heuvel.

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 32%
  • Ordinary labourer 27%
  • Social senior 23%

West - Tuinzigt

Tuinzigt (Breda West) is a peaceful and attractive neighbourhood, but also one of the oldest areas of Breda. This district has been totally transformed at the end of the last century and the outlook of a large part of this city has changed. Examples are the shopping centre, the new small family houses, the houses for older people, units for students, the community centre with a child day care centre and a modern central place. The inhabitants appreciate their environment. About 6.400 people live in this area.

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 39%
  • Active trend follower 24%
  • Social senior 14%

West - Princenhage

Princenhage (Breda West) has an old village centre. At the village place (Haagsemarkt) there is amongst others a partially medieval village church, a pump of stone (1769) and the previous town hall (1792). Until the municipal repartition in 1942, Princenhage was an independent village. It was then added to the municipality of Breda. The centre of the village is surrounded by areas that have been newly constructed. Princenhage is a peaceful and socially strong neighbourhood with animated associations and many shopping facilities. Princenhage is the second largest district of Breda with 8.000 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.

  • Average family 45%
  • Ambitious entrepreneur 17%
  • Active trend follower 17%

West - Westerpark

Westerpark (Breda West) is a newly constructed district with about 1.400 houses. The constructions started in the Spring of 1996. Westerpark has a few areas, all with a different architecture. Westerpark is a very pleasant district to live in because the architecture and the green facilities have been given attention. For shopping the residents have to go to the bordering areas of Princenhage and Tuizigt. About 3.500 people live in this area.

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 42%
  • Active trend follower 24%
  • Social senior 20%

West - Heilaar

Heilaar (Breda West) is situated west from Westerpark. It is a new, small area with many beautiful independent houses. For shopping the residents of Heilaar go to the surrounding districts of Princenhage and Tuinzigt.

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 86%
  • Social senior 14%

West - Effen-Rith

Effen (Breda West) is situated south-west from Breda. It is a green district with many beautiful independent houses. There is one primary school, for other facilities the residents have to go to the district Princenhage or the village of Rijsbergen.

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.

  • Traditional countryside hedonist 50%
  • Ambitious entrepreneur 35%
  • Conscious hedonist 14%

West - Liesbos

The area of Liesbos (Breda West) is situated around the church of Pastoor van Ars (1928). In this very green area are many large and impressive houses. Further you can find in this wonderful area about two cafés / restaurants to enjoy the attractive surroundings. Liesbos has about 750 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.

  • Ambitious entrepreneur 85%
  • Traditional countryside hedonist 10%
  • Conscious hedonist 5%

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