Property for sale in Hamburg

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Hamburg, Germany
Houses and villas | 10 Bedrooms | 8 Bathrooms
House
Luxury villa in Hamburg
€6,800,000

Your guide to Property in Hamburg

Find a new home in Hamburg

Interested in searching for a property to buy in Hamburg? The major port city in northern Germany is bustling with wonderful investment opportunities, along with beautiful residential properties available for sale.

Hamburg is the second-largest city in the country (after Berlin), the seventh-largest in the European Union and the most populated non-capital city in the European Union. The population of the city is more than 1.8 million people. With the choices of hotels, offices, a shopping centre's through to luxury apartments & homes.

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