Similar to the two structures on the left, this building was originally an annex situated at the rear end of a property on Breedestraat. The earliest known owner of the real estate was Henriette Clementina Sortienda. In 1830, when she sold the property, the backyard was already completely filled with small residences. The annex had likely been expanded over time, now encompassing two floors and a basement. The straightforward, funnel-shaped gable that faces the street is a hallmark of the first half of the 19th-century architectural style.
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Semi-detached one-and-a-half storey structure with basement. Gable roof with dormers and funnel-shaped gables with 19th century top end. Oculus above tall shutter window with weather moulding. Two panelled doors with wooden shutters in front façade.
Architectural historical value because of such elements as a.o. the gables with 19th century top end and oculus, and the panelled doors. Specific value as part of a protected monumental townscape.
Not listed in Register of Monuments.