The property is a ground floor apartment with barrier-free access, which is connected to a spacious basement. The object is therefore also suitable for home and work at the same time.
Until a few years ago, the property was still used commercially, but the unit was rededicated as an apartment in the land register. The EC can be redesigned if necessary. All walls here are made of dry construction and the room design can be changed here at any time without great effort.
The ground floor has approx. 83.82m² and the basement has approx. 45.58m². The basement contains the bathroom, kitchen, guest toilet, a hobby room and a small room that can be used as a washing and drying room within the apartment (there is also a communal washroom in the building). There is also a storage room with an integrated safe in the basement.
On the ground floor there is the living room, two bedrooms and the dining area. A cooking area can also be integrated here.
Lake Starnberg and the golf course are within walking distance, as is the Feldafing S-Bahn station - there is also the town hall and a large REWE supermarket
The place name is first mentioned in a written document from the Benediktbeuern monastery from 1116 as Veldoluingen. Feldafing had belonged to Weilers Hofmark Garatshausen since 1565, then came into the possession of Count La Rosée around 1760.
Thereafter, the place belonged to Duke Max Joseph in Bavaria, the father of the later Empress Elisabeth of Austria (Sissi). Feldafing was part of the closed Hofmark Garatshausen-Possenhofen of the Electorate of Bavaria. In the course of the administrative reforms in Bavaria, today's municipality was created with the municipal edict of 1818.
Feldafing can boast a remarkable villa colony from the 19th century, including the Villa Carl, built in Art Nouveau by Richard Riemerschmid, or the Villa Waldberta, today the International Artists' House of the City of Munich. Another attraction is the Rose Island. The publicly accessible, elongated 18-hole golf course is located directly on the lake shore. The listed lido Feldafing, built in 1927 by Engelbert Knittl, exudes nostalgic charm.
Feldafing station is served by trains on S-Bahn line 6 of the Munich S-Bahn every twenty or forty minutes, so there is a direct connection to Munich city center and, with a change at Tutzing station, to Garmisch-Partenkirchen. In addition, there is the start of the autobahn from Starnberg in the direction of Munich. Feldafing can be reached from the B2 federal road via Pöcking, Traubing or the Wieling district.
Energy certificate type: Consumption certificate Energy value: 135 kWh / (m² * a) Energy with hot water: Yes Year of construction: 1967 Type of heating: Central heating Firing / energy source: Gas
Commission buyer is consumer: 1.785% including 19% VAT earned and due with notarial purchase contract. The real estate agent has concluded a commission-based brokerage contract with the seller for the same amount.
Commission Buyer is not a consumer: If the buyer is an entrepreneur within the meaning of Section 14 of the German Civil Code (BGB), a different commission regulation applies. The commission is 3.57% including 19% VAT earned and due with the notarial purchase contract.
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