Here in Hagnau, in the immediate vicinity of Lake Constance, surrounded by a park and grape vines, you live idyllic and at the same time exclusive. For a total of approximately 7,950 m² of land, a 2,400 m² large vineyard is included, which is leased to local winemakers. The Entrée on the ground floor is characterized by a stunning and spacious lobby. Here you will receive your guests or hold concerts, accompanied by fine tasting. The original terracotta tiles are real handmade and masterfully laid throughout the house in a variety of ways. Both these tiles and the hand-carved original wooden doors are originally from France or Spain. Through the impressive lattice window, our eyes fall into the picturesque courtyard, equipped with a stone barbecue, predestined for visiting friends or other occasions, for which this charming property offers a unique atmosphere. On the first floor are the private rooms, a living room with open fireplace, the library, the bedrooms, a very cozy kitchen and the adjoining dining room. The master bedroom has direct access to the en suite bathroom with spa bath, which features the noble onyx stone. The house is currently rented with approx. 320 m² for a limited period and could therefore be rented. However, there is also the second option, the house without tenants to acquire, to use it exclusively for themselves. In addition, above, the house consists of a three room apartment and an apartment. Other extras the property has to offer are an extension and the detached historic distillery. The Salmannsweilerhof is one of the oldest buildings on Lake Constance. The house was built in 1568 by abbot George II of Kaisersberg on prehistoric foundations. These 12th-century foundations are preserved and visible on the ground floor. The estate formerly belonged to the monastery Salmannsweil. Mid-1970s to mid-1980s, the mansion was renovated by the current owner accordingly stylish and consistent.
Built in: 1568
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