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General information

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

Location description

+++ the surrounding +++
Leisnig is situated midst the saxon Burgenland in and over the deeply carved valley of the Freiberger Mulde. The 1000 year old castle Mildenstein makes the city Leisnig especially attractive. Especially in spring the small town is very charming because of the surrounding spacious fruit orchards. Leisnig offers all the infrastructual benefits of a town, like shopping opportunities, doctors, pharmacies and educational institutions. The transport connection to the motorway A 14 is very good. Because of the nearby connection to the motorway as well as the surrounding federal roads it is easy to reach the saxon major cities Dresden, Leipzig und Chemnitz. The city Grimma is situated about 15 km in a northwesterly direction and the city Döbeln about 14 km in the eastern direction.

+++ the microsituation +++
the villa is located on an elevation across from the train station, on the way to the Kloster Buch, a former cistercian monastery, which was built in the 12th century as the monastery " St. Marien". On the neighbouring building there is a nice and renovated villa with a little tower, which is the only one together with the property on sale that remained from the buildings of the brothers Otto.

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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