Hi, Does anyone know what NSW status might mean in the context of architecture in Netherlands. I have been translating a text about an ancient mansion for sale in Netherlands and cannot find appropriate explanation for this, as almost everywhere I find New South Wales which is a province in Australia: "Details: * There are 6 beautiful original fireplaces in the house with monumental chimneys, 3 bathrooms and 4 toilets. * Throughout the house are the original white parquet floors and partly marbled floors, placards and original granite floors. * The estimated volume is 1,750 m3 with a total area ofapproximately 415 m². * “Winfried” is a private estate which is not open to the public and has a NSW status (Act 1928). * The estate has two private entrances, the main entrance with a 200 metres original paved driveway from the road." NSW? What does it stand for?