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Historical country house at the Kochelsee

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Object ID

5660

Location

Schlehdorf

Plot size

± 14.434 m²

Living space

± 643.00 m²

Purchase price

15.000.000 €

3,57% (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.
Denkmalgeschützte Villa am Kochelsee
The so called “Blue Land” of Bavaria was already a very special spot over more than a hundred years ago. Here, between Kochel and Murnau, infront of the impressive backdrop of the Alps, nature seems to glow even more and the blue colour of the lakes is even more intense. This impressive experience of nature was one of the reasons why the painters of the so called “Blaue Reiter” settled here at the beginning of the 20th century. They founded the expressionism between 1908 and 1914. Whether Gabriele Münter, Franz Marc or August Macke visited the country house at Raut 30 in Schlehdorf during this period? The stately building can no longer tell us. It could well be, however, because the house was built on the shores of Lake Kochel as early as 1898. According to the plans of the Prussian architect Fritz Klingholz, a stately building in the style of historicism was constructed on a sunny plot of land. The first owner was a high-ranking military officer of the Prussian Empire. Later, the imposing house was used by a businesswoman as a summer villa. The story goes that the fine ladies she brought from Frankfurt for her summer retreat, and of course she herself, were a big topic of conversation amongst the people at the lake. Before the current owners acquired the property, the country house was a conference hotel for a long time. A gem rediscovered With its illustrious residents and various uses, the building’s appearance changed over the years. It had lost much of its former splendour – not least due to alterations. Between 2005 and 2007, the current owners, with the help of expert architects, preservationists and craftsmen, as well as a great deal of attention to detail, uncovered the old beauty of the villa. It was a stroke of luck to come across original decor and parts of the original interior again and again – valuable clues for the restoration work. Stucco was uncovered and completed or, like the case windows, doors and wall panelling, faithfully reproduced from the original. Precious wooden floors and elegant tiled stoves underline the stylish ambience on the ground floor and upper floor. From the light switch to the door fittings, many details were carefully reconstructed at great expense. Today, the country house presents itself as an inviting home that combines an exquisite, historic ambience with state-of-the-art building services and one of the most beautiful natural panoramas in the area. Nature as far as the eye can see Wherever you let your gaze wander, you will be delighted by your new home in every season. The more than 16,400 m² large property directly next to a nature reserve spoils the eye with lush nature and real space. This is where you first realize what an unobstructed view really means. The view touches your private bathing and landing pier and the glittering water of the lake, wanders over your “local mountains”, goes back to your own herb garden and fruit trees. On your own playground you can watch your children play. Several terraces provide sunny spots. On the tennis court, which is also part of your property, you will surely have many tournaments with your friends and business partners. And with so much land of your own and the prospect of further, leasable additional areas, even the dream of owning your own horses in the direct neighbourhood could become reality. The idyllic location, spoiled by nature, and the high recreational value of the property are hard to beat. Add to this the exclusive country house: your home. Elegant and inviting: the country house The building cube towers impressively on the sunniest part of the property. Even in winter, the shadows of the mountains do not cover the building. The sunny yellow of the façade forms an elegant frame for the white box-type windows. The friendly, welcoming feeling continues inside of the house aswell: the ambience is as prestigious as it is inviting. The main apartment alone offers around 400 sqm of living space. The main wing extends from the basement to the upper floor. A representative staircase with a covered terrace plateau leads to the elegant hall from the east side. It connects the ground floor with the level above via an air space. Beautiful leaded glass work and the elegant staircase give the east-facing room a unique elegance. This is an ideal room for a grand piano – the acoustics are excellent and the view of Lake Kochel is simply magnificent. In the living room and the kitchen you can enjoy an enchanting view of the mountains. Both rooms open onto an extensive south-facing terrace protected by a glass roof, which offers enough space for your family and guests. From there you have a beautiful view of your new “home mountains”: Jochberg, Herzogstand and Heimgarten. The spacious dining room adjoins the fully equipped country kitchen. With over 42 sqm of living space, there is room for a large dinner here. The room is only separated from the hall by a sliding door – an elegant reserve of space when more guests arrive than the dining room can accommodate. Caterers and yourself will then appreciate the professional catering kitchen in the basement. It is equipped with all the essential equipment to facilitate smooth, elegant catering. The dumbwaiter to the ground floor adds convenience. On the north side of the house, the ground floor houses the library, a game room, a second staircase and the glass elevator. The lift is wheelchair accessible, serves all four floors without thresholds and may also be used by the residents of the side wing. A guest toilet and a children’s toilet ensure that the upper floor of the family apartment always remains an area of retreat. Here, on the approximately 189 sqm upper floor, there are six rooms. The master bedroom, like one of the three children’s bedrooms, has a comfortable en suite bathroom. The south-facing balcony of the bedroom and other outdoor seating areas provide private sunny spots. And those who dream of a TV room and their own dressing room will also find what they are looking for on this level. The basement proves to be a very bright, spacious miracle of space, as the ground floor stands on a high plinth. On approx. 163 m² net living space, a storage room, a shoe cellar, a heating and technical room, a large laundry room as well as the already mentioned catering kitchen are accommodated here. For body and soul there is a large wine cellar, an airy fitness room and a modern sauna with its own shower room. The attic was developed as a separate side wing. In addition to a guest room with its own bathroom, which can be used by an au pair, for example, there are two tastefully furnished granny flats of different sizes. Both apartments are currently rented and will be vacant in November 2021 and Sommer 2023. They each feature a large, cozy kitchen and a full bathroom. The larger apartment offers two bedrooms, the smaller one is a one bedroom apartment. The apartments have their own front entrance and are accessed by a staircase and the lift. A home for vintage cars and boats In 2006 a fully cellared, insulated and heated garage house was built on the property. Five garage spaces and a workshop are accommodated here on an area of approx. 200 m². One of the parking spaces has a lifting platform. Oldtimer lovers can safely park their motorized gems here, protected from wind and weather, and also do the one or other maintenance or repair themselves. On a property with direct lake access and a jetty, a boathouse is a must. The recently built garden house is the perfect place to ring in the evening with a view of the lake and a sundowner. Your guests will love this little lounge. Maybe they’ll come across the water? Two moorings on the jetty, which also offer space for larger boats, are already an excellent basis! Ready for the future thanks to technology During the two renovation phases from 2005 to 2007 and 2013, the entire technology of the house was brought up to a modern standard. The main apartment was equipped with underfloor heating on the ground floor and in the bathrooms. A wood chip heating system and photovoltaics on the roof create efficient heat. The modernised oil heating system was retained as a heating reserve. In addition, the foundations were completely renovated and the roof insulated. The renewal of the drinking water and sanitary pipes as well as the electrics and the new installation of a fire alarm and alarm system ensure safe comfort. Thanks to the Gigabit LAN network, high-speed Internet and a high-quality entertainment system, you are ideally equipped for home office, school and leisure. In the fenced area of the large, well-kept property, robotic mowers take care of the lawn cutting. Historic preservation
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Herrschaftlicher Eingang Denkmalgeschützte Villa am Kochelsee

Highlights

    Property 16.411 sqm
  • of which 7,339 sqm as land parcel 766, Raut 30: residential building, garages and garden
  • of which 7,797 sqm as land parcel 767, Raut 30: lakeshore property with garden house
  • of which 1,275 sqm as leased land (lakeshore strip) with boathouse, jetty etc.
  • of which approx. 14,500 sqm fenced, among others with
  • tennis court
  • boathouse
  • jetty with 2 approved moorings
  • bathing area
  • several terraces
  • fireplace
  • herb garden
  • orchard
  • children's playground etc.
  • Garden house at the lake
  • VillaGround floor and first floor
  • Main apartment with approx. 400sqm
  • Attic
  • 2 granny flats and a guest apartment
  • Cellar
  • Laundry, fitness, sauna, catering kitchen (with dumbwaiter to the ground floor)
  • Garage
  • 5 garage spaces (1x with lifting platform)
  • 4 paved parking spaces outside
Original erhaltenes Interieur im Essbereich

More details

Plot size

± 14.434 m²

Construction year

-

bathrooms

6

Bedrooms

7

primary energy source

Pellets

type of heating

Central Heating

Total Rooms

20

Parking spaces

4

Schlehdorf

In beautiful nature, but well connected Schlehdorf at Kochelsee is located roughly 70 km from Munich and belongs to the district of Bad-Tölz. The community combines a good local supply with an excellent connection and an outstanding leisure experience. In the village, the farm shop of the so called “Kloster Gut Schlehdorf” with café and the “SchlehDorfladen” offer baked goods, organic vegetables and various specialties. A kindergarten as well as the archbishop’s secondary school St. Immaculata are also located directly in the village. More choice for shopping as well as secondary schools can be found in Murnau, which its picturesque ambience and can be reached by car in less than 20 minutes. A visit to the weekly market in Murnau is always worthwhile. Afterwards you can go to one of the charming cafés or restaurants. The Münter-Haus is one of the big attractions of the region, but also elsewhere, for example in Garmisch or Bad Tölz, a varied and high-quality cultural and educational offer is provided. If you prefer to relax in the nature, you will find a wide range of possibilities right on your doorstep. Whether you want to hike in one of your “local mountains” with a tour of the Herzogstand or prefer cycling, sailing, swimming or rowing belong to your hobbies or sports in a group: The so called “Blaue Land” offers the most beautiful possibilities. In winter skiing is very popular in the whole region. One of the most popular areas for many residents is the one around Garmisch (36 km). Via the B2 you are there in just under three quarters of an hour. Commuters are well connected to Munich. You can even leave your car in Kochel. The Kochelsee train takes you via Tutzing to Munich’s central station in just over an hour. If you prefer to travel by car, you will need about the same amount of time. Coming home will soon be even nicer than before: because the “Blaue Land” is your place of happiness.

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Michael Reiss
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München | SOTHEBY’S International Realty
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Object ID

5660

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