Oldengaerde is one of the five manors who have stood in or around Dwingeloo. The house was built in the first half of the 15th century by Reynolt van Echten. Oldengaerde stayed in the family for about 240 years. Because of their origins and their possession, they were admitted to the Knighthood of Drenthe. In 1717 the manor was radically renovated and a facade in Vingboons style was added. In 2013 the estate was transferred to Stichting Het Drentse Landschap.
Drenthe The Netherlands
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