This stately villa in the Westend from 1897 is considered a cultural monument of Hesse.
You enter the house and enter an impressive staircase with ornate wooden elements, which extends from the ground floor to the second floor. From the entrance you first enter the spacious ground floor, where there are beautiful ceiling paintings from the end of the 19th century, which were hidden under suspended ceilings for years and have now been rediscovered by the historic preservation office. In the other floors, there is a very spacious vestibule into which the staircase leads and from which four large rooms can be entered. In all rooms there are particularly high ceilings with circumferential stucco, as well as large windows and parquet. The many rooms of the house are connected by large white doors.
On the second floor there is a small balcony with a wonderful skyline view. There is a maisonette apartment with roof terrace in the attic, whose entrance leads over the neighboring house. The basement is fully developed and extends far out of the ground, which gives the rooms bright daylight. There are tiles and carpet. The basement is approved as office space, the rest of the house is either a freelance or a residential use approved.
In the backyard there are two parking spaces. This magnificent prestigious villa is suitable for luxurious living or living and working and a roof.
Built in: 1897
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