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3-room apartment at Pfalzplatz


289,000 €


This very well-designed 3-room apartment with around 65 square meters of living space and two balconies is located in the sought-after Lindenhof district, not far from the Rheinterrassen. The apartment is on the first floor on the right in an apartment building with 16 residential units, which was renovated in 1996. Two spacious rooms and a loggia face south, with a view of the Pfalzplatz with its large range of local recreational facilities. The third room has a balcony facing north and faces the quiet, green inner courtyard. The daylight bathroom with bathtub and radiator is up to date and the modern fitted kitchen is also included in the purchase price. All rooms are very bright and offer a particularly pleasant feeling of space thanks to the 2.81 meter ceiling height. The apartment has a basement compartment and there are also common rooms for bicycles and laundry. The apartment has been freshly renovated and is ready to move into. If we have aroused your interest in this apartment as an owner-occupier or as an investor, we look forward to hearing from you and are happy to answer any questions you may have, provide more detailed information about the property, and arrange a personal viewing appointment. >>This property was sold as a joint venture between Oliver Ujhazi ("Neuhauser Immobilien GmbH" then "Immobilien und Hausverwaltung Erdar GmbH") and Dr. Verena Beittinger-Lee ("VERITA Immobilien").<<





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Oliver Ujhazi

Managing Director / Real Estate Specialist & Professional Property Manager (IHK)

Neuhauser Real Estate

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+49 (0) 157 352 827 36


The compact, green district of Lindenhof is located in the university town of Mannheim, which has around 310,000 inhabitants. It is one of the most sought-after areas to live in. It includes the small, village-like Black Forest Quarter, the new Glückstein Quarter with modern residential buildings and the Waldpark, a green strip along the Rhine that is popular with joggers and cyclists. The district's landmarks are the three towers of St. John's Church, St. Joseph's Church and the former water tower known as the "Lanzturm" on the John Deere site. In the immediate vicinity is the John Deere Forum, which offers visitors the opportunity to see modern and historic agricultural machinery up close. The district along the southern bypass is more modern, where the "Glücksstein Quarter" is being built as a new urban district with apartments, services and commercial space. South of the main train station is the Victoria Tower, the district's most striking and, at 97.5 metres, the tallest building. Lindenhof's club life is also very diverse. The largest chess club in Mannheim is based here and the MFC 08 Lindenhof is the local football club. The Lindenhof district also has a canoe club, where canoe polo is played, among other things. Especially in summer, many Mannheim residents come to the Rhine meadows to enjoy the sun and nature. In the immediate vicinity there are numerous exceptional gastronomic offerings from cafés, ice cream factories and restaurants to bakeries. There is also a large selection of everyday items. Right on the doorstep is the green Pfalzplatz with a large area for games, sports, exercise and a community garden.


Langer Anger 7-9, Heidelberg, Deutschland


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