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Mansion Eyckenstein
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The Estate Eyckenstein lies just east of Maartensdijk ( municipality De Bilt , Netherlands ) along the Dorpsweg . The house has 182 acres of contiguous land, including farms located elsewhere, the total area 394 hectares. The history of the estate begins at the beginning of the 17th century . At that time there was a farmhouse with gables . Gradually it expanded to its current home Eyckenstein with the characteristic four columns. Eyckenstein is privately occupied. Eyckenstein is located in the low Pijnenburg , surrounded by some other houses: west Rusthoven and further away to the east Rover Stein . Since 1969 are Eyck Stein, the surrounding park and several other buildings on the monument list . The estate consists mainly of forest (mostly open), but also from fields and pastures. Immediately north of the mansion is the park area of approximately twelve acres, which in 1882-1883 was designed by the famous Dutch architect Leonard Anthony Springer . Probably the design built around 1900 and around 1920 it would have been the most beautiful park. The estate is at an region called the Utrecht Ridge and in the future will also be part of the The National Park .

 Source: http://nl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Landgoed_Eyckenstein

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