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Newly built apartment with a view


680,000 €


This completely barrier-free 4-room apartment on a hillside leaves nothing to be desired. On approximately 117 square meters of living space there are three bedrooms, two bathrooms, a storage room, as well as the spacious living and dining area with an open kitchen and floor-to-ceiling glazing. From here you can access the approximately 18 square meter southwest balcony with a view of the greenery. Behind the house runs the Steinbach, the rippling of which can also be heard from the idyllic little playground that is part of the communal area. As soon as you enter the apartment, you notice the extra wide hallway and the open, bright and inviting design. The high-quality furnishings with electric shutters, rustic country house floorboards in all living rooms and bedrooms and the large floor and wall tiles (60x60cm) in concrete look in the bathrooms perfectly combine comfort with modernity. All rooms are equipped with underfloor heating. In the large master bathroom you will find a whirlpool bath, a floor-level rain shower and a double vanity with an integrated base cabinet and LED mirror. The guest bathroom with toilet and floor-level rain shower is equally luxurious for guests and the family. The equipment also includes a spacious and modern open kitchen with cooking island and all necessary electrical appliances, such as a high-quality dishwasher of the latest generation, an integrated oven from BOSCH, an induction hob with downward exhaust air via activated carbon filter and a side-by-side refrigerator. A video intercom system completes this exclusive apartment. >>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 Kerwe 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 three 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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