This building with framed façade in the style of the 18th century was built in 1874 on behalf of Rev. Willem Begemann. His daughter Margot had a short-lived and tragic relationship with her neighbor Vincent van Gogh in 1884. From 1923 to 1954, Nune Ville served as a Protestant parsonage. During the war, a Jewish young man was in hiding for two years with the Pastor couple Plug. His room in the attic is still intact. The property is privately owned and can be viewed at set times.