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Loft-like terraced house


798,000 €


This exceptional end-of-terrace house, originally built in 1995, is located in the middle of a natural idyll in Heidelberg Ziegelhausen and offers peace and quiet while at the same time being well connected to schools and the city thanks to a bus stop just a few meters away. The solidly built split-level house extends over six levels and, in addition to three bedrooms and an additional study or guest room, offers a spacious open living area whose high ceilings and floor-to-ceiling glazed windows with a view of the forest evoke a loft feeling. From the living room and kitchen there is direct access to the high-quality garden and the terrace, which is connected to a private forest plot with an additional 218 square meters, which invites you to play and observe the forest inhabitants. The house is equipped with a shower room from the year of construction, another new bath with an additional floor-level shower and electric underfloor heating (2020) and a new guest toilet (2020). On the first floor, a balcony runs around the master bedroom, which has a practical dressing room. The house is heated by a gas central heating system built in 2012, and a cozy wood stove in the living area provides additional cozy warmth. The roof of the carport is already equipped with solar thermal energy (400 l) for hot water, and the roof of the house is ideal for its own photovoltaic system. The carport directly in front of the house offers covered space for two cars and already has a wall box. The space under the carport is used for garden tools and as a bicycle cellar; two basement rooms, a storage room, the laundry room and a crawl space in the roof offer sufficient storage space. The house already has a fiber optic cable connection, thus ensuring you a home office at the highest level. >>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


Heidelberg's Ziegelhausen district lies east of the center and stretches along the Neckar to Peterstal. The town got its name and coat of arms from a brickworks that was built here around 1210 by the Cistercian monastery of Schönau. The district is characterized by the idyllically located Benedictine monastery Stift Neuburg with a view of the Neckar, which the Imperial Abbey of Lorsch founded next to the Mausbach in 1130. In 1975, Ziegelhausen was incorporated into Heidelberg. Together with the neighboring Schlierbach, Ziegelhausen forms the "gateway to the Neckar Valley". Its charming landscape between the mouths of the Mausbach, Steinbach and Bärenbach, embedded in extensive forests, surrounded by orchards and lean meadows up to the heights of the Odenwald, make Ziegelhausen a popular place to live and relax. Numerous writers such as Stefan George, Hermann Hesse, Thomas Mann and Rainer Maria Rilke were also guests here. The same goes for the composers Johannes Brahms and Carl Maria von Weber, who got the inspiration for his opera “Der Freischütz” in Ziegelhausen. A varied club and cultural life, as well as the annual fair and, last but not least, the “Bleelumpe” festival, contribute significantly to the special quality of life in Ziegelhausen, which is considered one of the most popular districts in Heidelberg. Ziegelhausen has six day care centers and two primary schools. It takes around 10 minutes by bus or car to get to the center, and the route along the Neckar is also idyllic by bike.


Langer Anger 7-9, Heidelberg, Deutschland


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