The free-standing, quiet and idyllic hillside house, with an unobstructable and breathtaking view of the Alps, impresses with a very successful room layout and high-quality construction materials.
The ground floor consists of an open living room with a wood-burning fireplace and an open dining area with a magnificent view of the Alps and an open kitchen. A surrounding terrace and a spacious garden are connected to the ground floor. There is also an office with a guest toilet on the ground floor. The open, gallery-like hallway leads to the upper floor of the house.
The single-family house currently has two bedrooms on the upper floor, although a third bedroom could also be generated if required. A large bathroom with tub and separate shower is also installed on the first floor.
Particularly noteworthy is the fully developed basement with a slope, a separate bathroom with a walk-in shower, a spacious double garage and its own cooling and cutting room, which is particularly suitable for passionate hunters or butchers. In addition, there is a separate laundry room, a boiler room and two further possible bedrooms in the basement.
The property is heated with a central oil heater and an additional solar heater, which was installed on the roof in 2009. Of course, the entire living and dining area as well as the hall / entrance area can also be heated via the wood-burning fireplace in the living room.
The detached house with an unobstructed mountain view is located in the Rottenbuch community in the Weilheim-Schongau district in Upper Bavaria. More precisely, the property is located in the Schönberg district, around three kilometers southeast of Rottenbuch on the summit of a hill in the Bavarian Alpine foothills. This extremely attractive area has three famous hiking trails and is close to the most beautiful lakes in Bavaria. Located in the middle of the Fünfseenland, the proximity to Lake Starnberg, Ammersee, Wörthsee, Pilsensee and Weßlinger See, the area around Rottenbuch, gives the area around Rottenbuch an extremely high recreational value.
The nearby Alps with a multitude of ski areas and mountain hiking areas also contribute to the attractiveness of this area. The Bavarian royal castles can also be reached quickly and easily by car. In the Rottenbuch community there are shops for daily needs as well as a kindergarten and a primary school. Doctors and pharmacies are also on site in Rottenbuch.
The next bus stop is only a few minutes' walk from the property. From here buses go to Rottenbuch (journey time around 10 minutes) and to the next larger towns Schongau (around 20 minutes) and Weilheim (around 45 minutes). Both Munich and Augsburg can be reached by car in around an hour.
Year of construction: 2005 Type of energy certificate: Consumption certificate for energy with hot water: No Energy value: 54.6 kWh / (m² * a) Energy efficiency class: B Type of heating: central heating / energy source: oil