Built in the 18th century and looking back on a fascinating history, this bourgeois building in Leipzig’s trendy Waldstrassenviertel district was refurbished at great cost, and offers superior home amenities to its residents today.
The manorial design of the entrance area with its extensive use of mirrors and stylish ornaments will impress any visitor. The mixed residential/commercial building accommodates eight residential units and two commercial units on four regular storeys and a fully developed attic floor. Four- and five-bedroom apartments with generous floor plans feature expensive parquet floors and cosy fireplaces. The footprints of the apartments vary between 150 and 200 sqm, but each flat comes with two bathrooms.
Particularly striking about the house on Funkenburgstrasse are the two penthouses whose large roof domes make them stand out to the observer. These apartments have everything you could wish for, each featuring an open-plan kitchen, superbly equipped bathrooms, a sauna area, a fireplace and a roof terrace. A lift was also installed.