Enthovenplein 'De Klok'

The student residence called 'De Klok' was built in 2011 by Leiden University in cooperation with Vestia Vastgoed and Dura Vermeer and is now owned by housing organisation DUWO The Hague. The building consist of 180 units, two elevators, laundry facilities and an indoor bicycle storage. There are several types of rooms and apartments which are listed below.


The building of Enthovenplein 'De Klok' is located close to the train station of The Hague Hollands Spoor. The city centre is within 2 kilometres distance from this location. The tram 17 stops close by and brings you to the train station Centraal and the beach in Scheveningen. Leiden University's Campus The Hague is at about 2.5 kilometres distance and can be reached within 25 minutes by foot and within 5-10 minutes by bike.

There are a lot of students in this area, since there are the The Hague school of applied sciences and three other large student housing buildings (including Stamkartstraat) very close by to Enthovenplein.


You can find specifications on inventory and the building information on the website of DUWO.


Please bear in mind that these prices will be raised in in July due to a statutory rent increase and recalculation of the service costs.

Room type Monthly rent per person  Number of rooms
Shared room with shared facilities in a 3 room unit € 400 21 (= 42 places)
Single studio apartment with private facilities € 650 107
Single room with shared facilities in a 2 room unit € 530 - 575 24
Single room with shared facilities in a 4 room unit € 575 20
Double studio apartment with private facilities € 745 6


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Last Modified: 13-11-2017