Wassenaar is the second most expensive municipality in the Netherlands to live in. This is according to figures from the CBS and the Land Registry.
Last year, on average it cost € 705,228 to buy a home to live just outside The Hague. The national average cost of a property was €263,000.
The most expensive municipality is the seaside town of Bloemendaal in North Holland where the average house price is €775.770. Other expensive municipalities to live in are Laren (€636,543), Blaricum (€619,585) and Heemstede (€514,206).
Delfzijl, in the province of Groningen, was the cheapest municipality in the Netherlands last year to buy a home with an average price of €141,000.