Built in 1902 Refurbished period building Central heating Courtyard Balcony or terrace Premium fittings Bathroom with window Lift Cellar space
This listed property is a sandstone building constructed in 1901. The whole structure is being substantially reconstructed and renovated, the extensive use of high grade materials and fittings provide contemporary living comfort. The restoration process is being executed with great diligence. The existing stucco work and historical doors will be restored true to the original. The special characteristic of this property is the tasteful combination of old and new. The special flair of past times is palpable and creates an extraordinary vibe. The property offers individual and attractive living concepts for different stages in life. A new elevator provides additional convenience and the lavish courtyard offers an pleasant urban retreat in a central city location.
The administratively independent city of Fürth in Middle Franconia in Bavaria combines two things that, over the centuries, have often led to conflict: knowledge and tradition. Nowadays, this city in the metropolitan region of Nuremberg is a magnet for students and creative young entrepreneurs with innovative ideas. In recent decades, several university institutions and industrial zones have flourished, as well as the high-tech enterprise park at Uferstadt, and these are attracting young people in particular to Fürth. However, this modern, forward-thinking ambience has not yet taken over the historic city centre. Between the rivers Rednitz and Pegnitz, there are rows of buildings with decorative façades, some featuring the straight lines of the Gründerzeit period (2nd half of 19th century) and others from the more ornate Jugendstil period. There are also buildings dating back to even earlier times in the city centre. In fact, Fürth has the fourth highest density of protected buildings in Germany. And there are lots of cafés, bars and restaurants to explore in these ancient buildings.