The linden tree was planted in the seventeenth century. The linden tree has a storey construction and belongs to the oldest and biggest trees in the Netherlands (size of the tree trunk is 6.5 meter). The fence was built in 1889 by the two brothers Van Dijk: two blacksmiths in Nuenen. During heavy weather in 1994, some heavy branches broke off and serious damage was detected by the tinder fungus. The crown was then sawn off, leaving a gazebo. The cast-iron village pump and the well in front of it date from 1875.