Historic Lake Property

Königs Wus, GERMANY
EUR|890000EUR €890,000USD $969,314
MLS 23206039
Web code KGJO
Status Active

Key Details

Total Beds
4
Total Baths
1

Overview

LAKE PROPERTY with its own jetty - no public riverside path! For sale is a historic single-family home from the 1930s, which is located on a large and special property. The house with approx. 103 m² of living space was built directly on the Zeesener 'Seechen', a quiet inland lake near the center of Königs Wusterhausen. The property was solidly built at the time and with a full basement and a garage. The approximately 2250 square meter property is framed by sublime deciduous trees on the lake side. Walking through the woods to the lake, you reach the private jetty...
with a platform. No public path separates the house from the lake side. The lake is owned by the Protestant church. The single-family home is characterized by historical elements, e.g. B. the original wooden stairs to the attic and a working tiled stove. The original floorboards can still be found under the floor coverings, which invite you to renovate them. Original doors and cast iron radiators complete the period character of the house. A lakeside terrace that was added later offers the best place with a view of the lake. The sun's orientation is almost perfect - south-west. You enter the house via the rear terrace. A winter garden or the dining room introduces the bright entrance to the house. On the ground floor there is the kitchen, bathroom and living room as well as two further rooms. Starting from the ground floor, you enter the basement and ascending to the attic. The attic is divided into two further rooms and a small room. In the basement there is, in addition to the building services, the new condensing boiler, a garage and four cellar rooms as additional usable space. An exit from the basement directly into the garden is possible via an additional exit. Another massive outbuilding is located in the middle of the large property. An oral request to the Königs Wusterhausen city planning department - to build another single-family home - was not ruled out, although a preliminary building request is required in order to make a legally binding statement. Due to a sale of land to the neighbor at the time, the property has an interesting jump on the left property boundary (looking from the street). The dense hedge vegetation keeps prying eyes away. The property is completely fenced in and is designed to be very easy to maintain with tall deciduous trees, ornamental shrubs, fruit trees and hedges.

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