This house with French hood is equipped with a later extension, also with French hood and a dormer. The type of house is common in villages and small towns, mainly to the old main streets, such as so-called "ribbons" and dikes.
French hood, such as the form of the angled roof is called, are being built in the Netherlands for a long time, and still are. Examples are also available from 1850 to 2015.
The type of house also lends itself to a situation on a narrow plot, as we often see in the western part of the Netherlands.
This house was built around 1920. It has a French hood and an extension that was built probably around 1945. The dormer was also built later.
What stands out are the richly decorated concrete lintels on the front of the house. The decorative stonework on the ridge also gives the house a more upscale appearance. Further masonry consists of the so-called chain-link or Norwegian.
The rear of the house is less formal in design. This is evident in the sober concrete lintels. A rear window was bricked because of the later construction.