Amenities & Services
Here we offer you the rare opportunity to fall in love with a listed old building and even move in yourself! The house has been modernised with love for detail and care has been taken to preserve the historical details. IMPOSANT now meets it in many respects - already the exterior facade alone is a feast for the eyes with its mix of bricks and stucco decorations. It continues in the entrance area and staircase: Here, residents and visitors can expect an original tiled floor, stucco as ceiling decoration, chandeliers, turned wooden elements as well as lion-head door knockers at the apartment entrance doors.
The very special charm continues in the apartment on the 3rd floor: A noble and dark parquet floor, wooden coffered doors with brass fittings as well as stucco elements are waiting for you next to modern ceiling spots, a high-quality fitted kitchen and a luxury bathroom. The latter is definitely the icing on the cake of the apartment, because here no wish remains unfulfilled: Double washbasin in front of a golden mosaic wall, large mirror, free-standing bathtub, floor-level shower with glass partition, towel radiator and last but not least a window or balcony door for ventilation.
Well, have we promised you too much? Then make an appointment for a visit, convince yourself once again on site and strike! We look forward to your inquiry:
An agent's commission in the amount of 3.57 % of the purchase price incl. legally applicable VAT of 19% is due upon conclusion of a notarised purchase agreement.
Please note that realbest Germany GmbH is also subject to commission for the seller.
Leipzig is one of the fastest-growing cities in Germany and is unique above all because of its over 50,000 monuments. Leipzig has developed into a city of art and culture with a charm all of its own. The city has always been a magnet for the free spirits of various eras and served as an educational centre for such great names as Goethe, Fichte, Leibniz and Nietzsche. The more recent history of the Federal Republic was also decisively influenced by its inhabitants, as the Monday demonstrations that led to the end of the GDR began in Leipzig in 1989. However, Leipzig's eventful history cannot only be read in history books, but is also reflected very presently in the cityscape, which is often marked by contrasts and surprises. In addition to magnificent Wilhelminian-style buildings, one finds the relics of "socialist architecture", such as the New Gewandhaus in the centre of Leipzig, which has long enjoyed the status of a cult building.
The property is located in the eastern district of Neustadt-Neuschönefeld, which adjoins Leipzig's city centre. The nearby Eisenbahnstraße with its diverse shopping facilities is the lively main street of the quarter, on which 4 tram lines operate. The area is broken up by numerous green areas. The district park Rabet as well as the city tram stop can be reached on foot within a few minutes.
The information contained in the property summary is based solely on information provided by the vendor. realbest Germany GmbH therefore accepts no liability for the accuracy or completeness of the information contained in the property summary. We would like to explicitly state that we have not verified this information either in law or in fact and therefore recommend that you seek legal counsel or advice from appropriate experts. All floor space measurements are approximate. Our general terms and conditions apply.