The entrance to the double-winged house is through an Italian-style rotunda, with mirrored walls 8 meters high. In the left wing of the house there is a bright country-style kitchen and appliances from Gaggenau. There is also an office, two adjoining rooms, a bathroom and a separate entrance to the house. The spacious living room with fireplace and oak flooring is adjacent to the beautiful greenhouse and has many floor-to-ceiling windows that lead to a natural stone terrace and picturesque landscape of the south-western garden. The dining room is oval with columns. A wide, bright marble staircase leads to the upper rooms of the classic villa. Both sleeping tracts can be completely separated from each other if necessary. Each of them has a spacious bedroom with an antique fireplace, a high-quality dressing room and a full bathroom, as well as a large office with another balcony.
The whole house is equipped with an electronic building management system company EIB. Thus, the lighting concept as well as all electronic devices and alarms are easily controlled. Each room of this property has been individually designed with attention to detail. Joinery, such as fitted wardrobes and wood panels, was made by renowned German craft enterprises. Modern glass light switches and handmade stucco work are present in all rooms of this house. All interior doors are made of solid wood. All bathrooms have elegant marble and extravagant finishes. Antique fireplaces, stair railings and repeating historical patterns on noble wooden and marble floors characterize the character of the house. Each room of this house has high quality wallpapers that give each room its own style. Elegant wooden shutters were made to order in Denmark. Each bedroom has a centralized laundry. The house has gas heating and underfloor heating.
A heavy-duty lift allowing you to lower the car from the garage to the basement, as well as an elevator from the first to the upper floor, are just some of the technical characteristics this property has to offer.
The spa is accessible via a second ornate cast-iron staircase. It has a swimming pool, sauna and jacuzzi. In the basement there is a stylish cinema, a fully equipped English-style bar, a guest toilet, a wine cellar, a gym, a guest room with a bathroom, as well as various utility rooms.
The garage has space for four cars. Additional parking spaces are in the basement of the house, which can be accessed by freight elevator.
This villa combines tradition, luxury and modern living comfort.
Price - 6.8 million euros
Living area - about 798 sq.m. (plus usable area 294 sq.m.)
The prestigious villa is located in the exclusive residential neighborhood Hochkamp. In this microdistrict, there are about 360 land plots on which construction of only residential houses in the style of villas is allowed. At the same time, the minimum plot size is at least 1,500 sq.m. The nearby Elbe River, as well as numerous sports facilities such as polo, hockey, golf and sailing, offer high recreational value. Hamburg city center can be reached by car or public transport in about 20 minutes. Famous schools are in the immediate vicinity.
This property combines aspects of stately homes from different countries and is ideal as a home for several generations at once, and for a family with home staff.
Hamburg is a city in the north of Germany. It is one of the 16 lands of the Federal Republic of Germany, a city-state in its composition. 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. Hamburg is the largest port in Germany, the second largest in Europe, and in ninth place in the world. The largest shipyard is Blohm und Voss. Hamburg is an important place of civil aerospace industry. Two companies are represented in the city - EADS and Airbus, which has an assembly plant in Hamburg, and the plant employs more than 13 thousand people. In Hamburg, Beiersdorf is headquartered. The city has a large brewery producing beer brand Holsten. Hamburg is a center of mechanical engineering, light industry and printing industry. The city is home to such press publishers as Spiegel and Stern, as well as the headquarters of Otto, Europe's largest mail order concern.
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