In 1381 the Singraven estate was first mentioned as an agricultural farmstead owned by the bishop of Utrecht. In 1398 the house came into the possession of a family who fortified it into a manor in 1415. In 1651 the dilapidated house was demolished and completely rebuilt. The house came into the hands of different owners over the years. The last private owner had the house and other parts of the estate renovated and restored on a large scale. The owner also housed a large collection of art and antiques in the mansion. This collection can still be admired in Huis Singraven. The owner transferred the country house to the Edwina van Heek Foundation in 1956. Since then, this foundation ensures that the estate and the manor are well maintained, because it is cultural heritage. Between November and April you can take a guided tour of Huis Singraven. You can also take a lovely walk on the estate and you will also find the Molen van Singraven on this site.
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