This unique, castle-like property in the "Gartenstadt Alt-Meererbusch" was designed by architect Fritz August Breuhaus in 1914 and erected by a large industrialist. This is a listed main building as well as an additional building, extended by the current owner in 1957, as well as spacious garage space on a 4,000 square meter large and walled park site with a fantastic tree population. Further renovations and conversions took place in 1976. The estate dating back to the origins of this villian settlement testifies to the architectural conceptions and the habitations of this epoch. This extraordinary property, with its castle character and its exposed location at the entrance of Büderich, has a special significance for the history of Büderich and the city of Meerbusch. You will be welcomed in the main building by the imposing entrance hall with an open staircase and the high ceilings corresponding to the style of this era, with elaborate stucco decorations and an open fireplace. From here, the spacious rooms, such as the dining room, the living room with adjacent winter garden, the library, the music room, the office, a guest WC and the living room. From the living room, the winter garden, the dining room as well as the kitchen you can enter the huge and largely surrounding roof terrace and have a beautiful view of the generous, completely fenced property. The imposing, open staircase leads to the first floor, where up to five bedrooms, two bathrooms and two other roof terraces overlooking the garden await you. In the attic, the au-pair girls with four sleeping areas as well as their own bath had their realm for themselves. The subterrain, which is about 60% above the ground level, awaits with 1-2 entrances with separate entrances, a large laundry room, various storage rooms, including wine cellars and a large party room with stage, in which Marius Müller-Westernhagen gave private concerts. There is also the huge swimming pool with a 10 x 20 meter swimming pool and a sauna. From the large glazed swimming pool you also have the great view and access to the unique garden. The entire main house is strongly in need of restoration, but this can create a huge control benefits in view of the monument protection and the resulting special Afa. The adjoining building or guest house, which is in a much better condition and has about 150 square meters of living space, has on the ground floor a large living and dining area with open fireplace, a spacious bedroom, a bathroom and the kitchen. From the living and dining area, the bedroom and the kitchen you have access to the large glassed areas as well as a great view into the garden. On the first floor are two bedrooms and two new bathrooms. In the attic there is another bedroom and a bathroom. This great property is completed by a quad garage as well as a double garage, so that an extensive car park is not to be missed.
Built in: 1914
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