The former school building was originally built in typical Mosel construction from quarry stone with a wall thickness of about 1 m. Shaped by its history, it offers some attractive features and versatile uses. As a former school, the house has a prestigious entrance area with a wooden staircase that could be an eye-catcher after renovation. Due to the above-average room height of about 3 m on the ground floor and 2.6 m on the top floor, the rooms are very bright and friendly. In the 70s, the building was converted into an apartment building, which was possible due to the favorable floor plan without major alterations. At the same time the water and power lines, and windows were renewed and a gas boiler for the 1st floor was installed, the apartment on the ground floor was heated by an oil stove. The spacious attic is accessible through the main staircase and can be converted to an additional apartment. In the unobstructable view of the Mosel, the installation of a roof terrace or floor-to-ceiling windows is also suitable here. The back of the roof was renewed in 2012. With the large garage, as well as a quiet backyard, the property leaves nothing to be desired.
Full basement, 2 rooms.
Generous entrance area
Apartment 1 (about 40 m²): hallway, living room with exit to the balcony, room, kitchen, bathroom with bathtub.
Ceiling height: approx. 3 m.
Apartment 2 (60 m²): hallway, room, bath with bathtub, connecting room, living room, kitchen.
Apartment 3 (about 30 m²): kitchen, room, bathroom.
Ceiling height: approx. 2.60 m.
Loft:Room for conversion, 2 rooms
Unobstructable view of the Mosel, 3 separate units, mostly double glazed windows, oil stove connection on the ground floor, gas heating on the 1st floor. 3 bathrooms, 3 rooms with kitchen connections, original wooden staircase, floor coverings: PVC, tiles, carpet.
Plastered front facade, stone facade with sandstone window sills on the back, balcony, garage with passage to the backyard, backyard with carport, roofing: art slate.
The great location with unobstructed views over the Mosel and the vineyards is extremely rare in the Middle Mosel Valley. The quiet wine village Kinheim-Kindel is located between the two popular Mosel towns of Bernkastel-Kues and Traben-Trarbach. In the village itself there are narrow winding streets with numerous historic buildings, quaint wine bars, restaurants and inns. Good shopping facilities can be found in neighboring Kröv (2 km), and an excellent infrastructure with shopping centers, schools, swimming pools, doctors, hospitals, etc. are in Traben-Trarbach (9 km), Bernkastel-Kues and Wittlich (both 15 km). Due to the new Hochmoselübergang, Kindel is well connected with traffic and there are fast motorway connections to the German metropolitan areas as well as to the neighboring countries. The Frankfurt-Hahn Airport, 30 km away, also guarantees easy accessibility from all parts of Europe.