In the trendy district of Schanzenviertel, quietly to a park oriented flat.
The generous and bright apartment sets typical charming elements of a flat in an old building as high ceilings, large windows and stucco in contrast to modern glass walls and glass blocks.
The floor plan is open cut. The living and dining areas merge into each other, but can be separated by a wing door. Directly adjoining the dining area is the kitchen, which is designed in light wood and can be closed to the living area via a glass sliding wall. The balcony facing the quiet park is also accessible from the dining area. In the living area in front of the balcony door, a very beautiful natural stone floor forms the perfect transition between indoors and outdoors.
A Swedish stove is available at the sliding door to the living area.
Along a round wall of glass blocks leads a corridor to the bedroom, which is equipped with a 1.80 wide bed.
Directly next door is a variable office or guest room.
The separate WC is followed by the large modern bathroom, which is surrounded by a round wall of glass blocks. Here, the style element of the glass blocks is picked up in small glass mosaic tiles.
Online viewing of the flat (360 ° panorama photos): http://panocreator.com/view/gallery/id/VR8YK
Energy pass information acc. to § 16a EnEV 2014:
Type of energy pass: Energy demand certificate
Final demand value:422,2 kWh/(m²*a)
Main source of heating energy heating: natural gas
Year of construction: 1907