At the end of a side street in a family-friendly environment, this multifaceted property nestles into a settlement called Wiesenau, which used to consist of 50 villas, mostly semi-detached houses. This small district was built around 1910, so that the houses are characterized by a symbiosis of style with historicism and the character of a country house. The one-sided townhouse with its angled gable roof is characterized by its charming style and its larger than average garden with south orientation. You enter the house through the side entrance and reach the center of the living area, including the kitchen and...guest toilet, via a few steps. The floor plan was changed slightly in the 1960s. An open living / dining area was created, extended by an extension with large window fronts, so that modern, open living is possible here. The terrace adjoins so that you have direct access to the beautifully landscaped garden with old trees. In the closed kitchen there is still the original terrazzo floor in black and white. From here you have a view to the quiet cul-de-sac. An old, charming wooden staircase leads to the first floor. There are three rooms here, two of which have access to the balcony. The daylight bathroom with bathtub complements this area. There are three more rooms on the top floor. The old wooden floorboards have been prepared here and convey a cozy atmosphere. The pointed floor is not removed, so that one could open the gable here to give the rooms a more spacious feeling. Another option would also be an expansion as a playroom or similar. The property has a full basement and therefore offers sufficient storage space in addition to the pointed floor. The extraordinary property definitely needs modernization; but then offers a family with children a good opportunity to live quietly and in a stylish environment. The grown location of the Wiesenau settlement and the above-average south-facing property increase the quality of life and leisure. A rarity on the outskirts of the city and still close to the center.
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