This house was built around 1730 and shows many similarities in structure and style with the West-Indische Huis 22 at Wijnstraat 87. Around 1800, the house was rebuilt and the fireplace was placed in the back room on the ground floor. Decorations were also added to the door frame. In this back room, wallpaper paintings by Aert Schouman were added in 1740, commissioned by the then owner Hoogeveen. Unfortunately, these paintings with the theme 'Il pastor fido' are no longer present, but remnants of a ceiling painting have been preserved. In the hall and vestibule, there is still fine stucco work with ornaments from the Louis XIV period.
- Year built: around 1730
- Style of construction: Baroque, Louis XIV
- Original function: Dwelling house
Voorstraat 125 offers an attractive space for meetings, training courses, presentations, various cultural events and exclusive dinners. All facilities for a professional meeting are available.