+++ Art Deco style villa of the Otto brothers (formerly scratch factory Leisnig) +++

This property has already been brokered. It's only published for reference purpose. You can find our current offers on this page.

General information

type of offer: 
multi-family house / purchase
identification: 
430
address: 
04703 Leisnig
Germany / Sachsen

Detailed description

+++ The substance +++
The villa was built around 1910 in the traditional solid construction method. The edging of the windows and doors as well as the base areas in phorphyrite gives this piece of jewelery a very special flair. The house has original doors, original stair railings with beautiful original details. The stairs of the stairwell have not been stepped on, the railings still have the original paintwork. The doors mainly need to be overhauled by painting. The parquet floors are very well preserved and only need to be worked up.
The walls and ceilings are partly still in their original style with nostalgic wallpaper. The basement is very spacious and has exceptionally high ceilings. Due to the year of construction, the basement has a corresponding level of moisture. The top floor has already been partially expanded. The other part is used for floor chambers. The entire roof structure is in very good condition, which is due to the intact roof covering.

+++ The division of space +++
This original former factory owner's villa from 1910 has three representative entrances, including a separate entrance to the stairwell. From there you can get to the five large residential units that the building has to offer. The property has an extremely large living and usable area, which offers a wide range of usage options. The unit on the ground floor is ideal as a law firm and practice area.
On the upper floor there are no limits to the imagination, be it private use as a practice owner, or other rental apartments or as a multi-generation house. The generosity of many rooms gives enough leeway for the arrangement of the individual functional rooms.

+++ The property +++
Is it too small for you? After consultation, it is possible to purchase part of the rear parking lot. The total area is approximately 3,756 m². It was revitalized as an old part of the old scratching factory and created as a park. In the case of an additional purchase, the purchase price is approx. € 21 / m².

+++ Funding opportunities +++
Since the property has never been subject to tax law. was mentioned here is the monument law. Depreciation still possible (special AFA)

Location description

+++ The area +++
Leisnig is located in the middle of the Saxon Burgenland in and above the deeply cut valley of the Freiberg Mulde. The 1000 year old Mildenstein Castle makes the town of Leisnig particularly attractive. The small town is particularly attractive in the spring thanks to the extensive orchards surrounding it. Leisnig offers all the infrastructural advantages of a small town such as shops, doctors, pharmacies and educational institutions. The traffic connection to the A 14 motorway is very good. The major Saxon cities of Dresden, Leipzig and Chemnitz are easily accessible via the nearby connection to Autobahn 14 and the surrounding federal highways. The city of Grimma is approx. 15 km northwest and the city Döbeln approx. 14 km east of the city.

+++ The micro-location +++
The villa is located on a hill opposite the train station, on the way to the Buch monastery, a former Cistercian monastery, which is known as the “St. Marien “was founded in the 12th century. On the neighboring building is a beautiful little renovated villa with turrets, which, together with the sales property, are the only remaining buildings from the Otto brothers' scratching factory.
The view from the windows can wander over the greenery, the Freiberg Mulde and of course Leisnig.

Feature description

numerous stylistic elements, stucco elements at the facade, impressive true to the original style entrances with panellings, tiled stoves, visible wood-beamed ceiling, built-in closets, original doors, real wooden parquet, three entrance areas, original staircase, cast iron radiator partially present

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