Zeist Castle is a 17th-century castle in the Dutch city of Zeist which was built as an estate for William Adrian of Nassau. The castle was designed by architect Jacobus Roman. The castle is surrounded by an English landscape park and the Broederplein and Zusterplein (courtyard accompanying the church’s building).
With our restoration work, the chandeliers have now regained their original cultural-historical look, enabling Zeist Castle to fulfil its social role model position concerning the norm for sustainability and CO2 reduction.
After our restorations, the return on investment (ROI) will be 3.3 years