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Exceptional half-timbered ensemble with horse husbandry

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Object ID

5546

Location

Hannover-Isernhagen

Plot size

± 25.000 m²

Living space

± 514.00 m²

Purchase price

Price on request

3,57% Käuferprovision inkl. 19% MwSt.

The brokerage fee is 3.57% including statutory VAT. It is earned and due at the conclusion of a notarized sales contract and to be paid by the buyer. The broker has concluded a commissionable brokerage contract in the same amount with the seller. Real estate transfer tax, notary and court costs are to be borne by the buyer. Furthermore, our terms and conditions apply. Subject to error and prior sale.
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History unites modernity. Over the past 12 years, the owner gradually created this incomparable and first-class property. For this purpose, he had a total of five old half-timbered buildings from the 18th century removed from the region in order to rebuild them on this property and bring them to new life. True to history and an eye for detail, something very special was created here. Great care was taken to locate historic materials in order to use them for the new construction and the expanded building structure. The outer shell of all buildings embodies the historical construction, whereas the interior forms an exciting contrast of open interior design with modern, puristic furnishings and well thought-out technology. This concept runs coherently through all buildings of the ensemble, be it the main residential building, the outbuilding as well as the horse stable or the two elaborately designed garages. Property size No. 104 approx. 1,800 m² No. 100 approx. 1,000 m² adjoining area approx. 800 m² total: approx. 3.600 m² Living space main house: approx. 294 m² Living space outbuilding: approx. 220 m² stable building: approx. 160 m² Pasture area: approx. 2,5 ha MAIN HOUSE The former cavalry barn from 1736 comes from the neighboring village Negenborn in the Wedemark. The special feature here is that originally only the lower beams were present and were completed by two decorative gables during the reconstruction. The living space fascinates by the generous and open room design, since there are no load-bearing walls in the ground and upper floor. Thus, a room layout can be freely constructed. Frameless panoramic sliding windows SOREG glide on the first floor give the property a unique charm, through which you also have access to the spacious terrace. This floods the living area with brightness and provides a view of the well-tended garden and paddocks. Inside and outside literally melt together. The terrace extends over the entire side of the building and also has an outdoor shower. Clean lines, glass elements and the poured exposed concrete floor meet original wooden beams or the floor made of old oaks on the upper floor. It’s an exciting contrast that is echoed throughout this property, giving it a very special, cozy feel. In addition, the underfloor heating in all rooms provides for homely comfort. This continues in the modern kitchen. High-quality kitchen appliances from Miele, a wine refrigerator and the kitchen block are meeting place for a social gathering. Other special features here include the water-bearing fireplace, the free-standing bathtub in the Master Bedroom, or even the staircase construction made of Italian granite with glass. The front door is a custom design that skillfully incorporates the interplay of old wood, glass and anthracite steel. The alarm system, lighting, gate and the exterior can be controlled via the smart living system. NEBENHAUS The half-timbered outbuilding next to the main residence fits coherently on the property. The sophistication of this building is that the old barn from 1706 from Isernhagen and the granary from 1496 from Fuhrberg were skillfully moved into each other, so that a connected residential house was created. Here the style elements from history and modernity were taken up in the interior design from the main house. Through the front door made of a steel and glass construction, you enter directly into the open purist kitchen with cooking island. The wood-beamed ceiling of the old hop barn radiates special warmth and coziness in this room. Already when entering the very own character of this property is apparent. Here, too, great importance was attached to open and inviting rooms. The living and dining area is bright and spacious thanks to the floor-to-ceiling panoramic windows. Original wooden beams and the floor made of poured exposed concrete meet each other in a contrasting way. The upper floor offers plenty of space for a family with two bedrooms. From here you also have access to another living room. Through the old wooden door with original wooden plank steps you enter the “built-in” attic. This gives the property a special charm. A smart living system has also been installed in this building and completes the living comfort. PROPERTY Old tree stands still give a hint of the former area of a former market garden. With great attention to detail, a special residential ensemble has been built here on the property, which has a total area of approx. 3,600 m2 and which you enter via the granite-paved driveway as soon as the plain metal gates have opened. Historical building elements can also be found here, whether in the old courtyard pavers in front of the two garages or the sandstone pavers in front of the stable. The green space is completely sprinkled by a system and lovingly tended by a gardener. A battery-powered mower maintains the lawn around the clock. The beds and hedges provide a natural screen between the houses and the stable with its paddocks. The property is protected from view by the planting and the outer wall, so that a high degree of privacy is available. The two garages are also from the 18th century. These are former bakehouses. Behind the historic garage doors modern technology is hidden and offers you stylish space for the accommodation of a total of five cars as well as storage space for bicycles or other equipment. All equipment for the garden as well as for the management of the horse stable or the pastures can be taken over. HORSE HOLDING Historic and at the same time modern is also the stable building. The half-timbered house from 1707 comes from Isernhagen N.B. – Old beam inscriptions are contemporary witnesses. The first floor of the building was equipped with four large horse stalls from the world-famous traditional brand Röwer & Rüb. The sandstone paved path leads to the approx. 2.5 hectares of pasture land, on the way you will pass the wrought-iron gate with fence elements taken from an old castle from Prague. A 60 x 20 dressage arena has been built on the old site of the “Prüßische Schafswiesen”. In addition, the direct surroundings with nature reserves offer idyllic riding opportunities. The building has been constructed in such a way that it can be used as a two-family semi-detached house by converting the horse stalls into living space. For this purpose, a change of use would have to be applied for. Energy certificate in process.
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Highlights

  • First residential location in Hannover
  • Historic half-timbered buildings with original style elements
  • Two residential houses
  • Two garages with 5 car parking spaces
  • Additional outdoor parking spaces in front of the garages and on the courtyard driveway
  • Two additional granny flats
  • One stable building with four Röwer & Rüb horse stalls
  • Dressage arena 20 x 60
  • Approx. 2.5 hectares of pasture land
  • Furniture and interior decoration can be taken over
  • Equipment for garden and horse keeping can be taken over
  • Elaborate renovation and processing of original building elements (historic roof tiles, Reichsformat clinker bricks painted, original oak floorboards)
  • Most modern technology
  • Generous and bright room layout
  • No load-bearing walls in the main house
  • Frameless sliding panoramic windows from the company SOREG glide
  • French windows according to the preservation order
  • Water-bearing fireplace
  • Individually and specially made glass elements
  • Underfloor heating
  • Cast exposed concrete floor
  • Old oak floors
  • Block arched doors
  • Fitted kitchen by Häcker with Miele appliances and Gutmann floor extractors
  • High-quality bathrooms with Duravit fittings, natural stone tiles, waterfall shower and illuminated mirrors
  • Freestanding bathtub
  • Terrace with large natural stone tiles and outdoor shower
  • Smart living system
  • Camera surveillance and alarm system from Telenot
  • Sprinkler system for the garden
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More details

Plot size

± 25.000 m²

Construction year

-

bathrooms

5

Bedrooms

6

primary energy source

-

type of heating

-

Total Rooms

14

Parking spaces

-

Hannover-Isernhagen

Hannover, the capital of Lower Saxony, is one of the leading large cities in Germany. Nevertheless, Hannover has retained its charismatic small-town flair thanks to the many green spaces and bodies of water that take up almost half of the city’s area. A nationwide comparison shows that Hannover Region – as an innovative industrial location, service metropolis and logistics hub for national and international markets – is an attractive business location with a high quality of life. This is also reflected in the positive development of the real estate market: In recent years, there has been a sustained demand for real estate. In this context, Hannover has offered increasingly attractive investment opportunities and attracted investors who want to invest in locations that retain their value. In addition, the population in Hannover Region continues to grow steadily. Currently, almost 1.16 million people live in an area of 2,290 sq. km. Idyllically situated on the edge of a field, this exclusive and unique half-timbered ensemble is located on the northernmost plot of land in Hannover, in the popular district of Isernhagen-Süd. Here, proximity to the city meets rural surroundings. This district on the outskirts of Hanover is one of the top residential areas in the region and is the preferred residential area for all those who appreciate discretion and the village character. Surrounded by trees and green streets, with carved street signs, small houses and impressive villas on generous plots of land characterize the appearance. Directly in front of the front door, there are protected landscape areas, crossed by the river Wietze, which provide a high quality of life for sporting activities such as jogging, extensive bicycle tours or horseback rides. Not far away in the immediate vicinity are various tennis clubs, the horse racing track of the Han-noverschen Rennverein as well as other sports clubs or the Golfclub-Isernhagen. Thanks to the surrounding shopping facilities, popular restaurants & cafés, various doctors as well as various prestigious types of schools and kindergartens, all the needs of daily life are taken care of. Due to the excellent transport connections, the city center of Hanover can be reached comfortably and within approx. 15 minutes by car as well as via the tram line 9 from the station “Fasanenkrug”. The location is also convincing due to the quick connection to the airport in only 10 minutes as well as the proximity to the A2 and A7 freeways.

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Sothebys International Realty München - Michael Reiss

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Michael Reiss
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München | SOTHEBY’S International Realty
Maximilianstrasse 13, 80539 München

Object ID

5546

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