According to the wall anchors built in 1764 when the municipality of Nuenen was forced to build a new home for the pastor. The parsonage has had a number of special residents. For example, from 1882 to 1885, Theodorus van Gogh lived here. And from December 1883 to May 1884 his son Vincent as well. At the rear of this building Vincent’s original workplace is situated. Peace activist Bart de Ligt lived here from 1910 until his exile in 1915. The painter-draftsman Nico Eekman and the painter Henri van der Waals also lived here.