Old country estate Singraven is located in a part of the Netherlands called Twente, nearby the town of Denekamp. The 17th century castle has parts dating back to the year 1380. It has a picturesque location between the meandering River Dinkel. The water mill of Singraven - already built in 1448 - gets its water also from the Dinkel and is Netherlands biggest three wheel water mill and is still used for grinding corn and sawing wood.
Singraven is one of the historical attractions in this area and is recognised nationally for its importance.