These two semi-detached houses exude exactly what we nowadays describe as a 1930s style. Wide gutters / eaves, stained glass windows and a carefully designed front door accessible via a few steps in a niche. These semi-detached houses were built in Waalwijk around 1934. But similar is often found in villages and (medium) large cities throughout the Netherlands. These homes were built for the upper middle class of that time, but they are still sought after homes.
The houses are made of cross-masonry walls. This type of brickwork is more often used for Dutch houses built in the period from 1920 to 1940. The front doors are in niches, finished with masonry arches. Stained glass is present in the bay windows and front doors. There are brick planters next to each bay window. The houses are equipped with ceramic roof tiles, type New Hollander. The extensions at the rear are made of half-brick masonry in combination with a bitumen roof covering. More than 80 years of use, these homes have produced very few renovation changes.