Bordering the Alster river, this Renaissance villa offers a stunning panorama on the city of Hamburg, in Germany.
In Hamburg, along the banks of the Alster where steam boats cruise, rowboats and kayaks are a sign of elegance. This district, surrounded by huge green spaces is known for sheltering private villas of high standing, in a healthy and peaceful environment. It attracts families seeking an outdoors style of life, while being close to the shops of the metropolis.
Living on the banks of the Alster, in Hambourg
And amongst the posh villas talked about in the neighborhood, this one was built at the end of the 19th century, in a Renaissance neo-baroque style of "Wilhelminian" conception. It dominates a brilliantly upkept park of 2 200 m², while the pure and modern added Art Deco elements highlight the "Hanseatic charm" of its very original architecture.
The winning assets of a German villa steeped with history
An elevator and the staircase with marble columns lead to 537 m² of liveable surface, on 4 floors. 11 rooms with massive wood paneling, 1 open kitchen, 1 double dining room, 1 reception room with a coffered ceiling, a meeting room, 2 terraces, one looking onto the garden and the other on the lake, plus an underground parking, here are the winning assets of this posh historical residence.
The prestige of a historical homestead in Hamburg
This property is offered by www.engelvoelkers.com