Vacation Apartment in Leipzig - 538 sqft, historic site, renovated and restored in 2006 (# 1632) #1632
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Vacation Apartment in Leipzig - 538 sqft, historic site, renovated and restored in 2006 (# 1632)
This beautifully restored house in Leipzig has a 1-bedroom apartment that can sleep up to 4 guests. The apartment was renovated in 2006, and among its numerous features are a balcony and sauna access., key advantages: historic site, renovated and restored in 2006, 1 living/family room, , fully equipped kitchen, There is parking in front of the house available for this object, Two single beds, one sleeper sofa, two chairs and table, dining table and four chairs, TV. Balcony on south with sunscreen, table and chairs. Bathroom with corner tub, heated towel rack and floor heating. Kitchenette with fridge, hot plate, microwave/barbecue, toaster, electric kettle, coffee maker, tableware. Parking at the house. Optional internet access, bikes and sauna. Pets on request.
Location Leipzig/Halle Airport: This unit is located conveniently near Leipzig/Halle Airport. From Leipzig/Halle Airport the distance to the unit at Seumestr. 2, 04249 Leipzig is about 29 km (18.1 miles), approximately a 37 minutes drive by car. In addition, there are good public transportation options available for Leipzig, in case you don't want to rent a car. At the top of this page is also a map with the exact location of the object.
Rate Summary: starting prices from USD $50-$82 for 1 person.
Unit Size: 538 square feet
Additional Features: Wireless Internet, Central Heating, Microwave, Refrigerator, Toaster, Television, Balcony, Outdoor Dining Area
The Knautkleeberg district of town nicely combines the advantages oft he city and proximity to nature. Short distance from center, to AGRA, to amusement park Belantis or the lake landscape with Cospudener, Zwenkauer and Kulkwitzer lakes. Public transport runs right at the house; just across is the Naturbad Südwest pool where one can swim, fish and relax. Supermarket, doctor’s office, bank, bakery, butcher’s are just a few meters away. In the house, restaurant Dimitris offers Greek specialities.
Location:In the Southwest of the city, just a few minutes from the A38’s exit Südwest. More About Forsthaus Knautkleeberg: The building has had a checkered history. Initial plans are from 1903; when it was finished is not known. The restaurant’s first owner was Gustav Berger, but until 1958, the owners changed frequently. From 1959 to 1992, the rooms of the inn were used as a school. The last tenants moved out in 1997. Since then, the building stood empty. Only the status as a historic structure prevented a demolition by its then-municipal owner.
In 2005, the new owner began a careful restoration in close collaboration with the Heritage Office. In August 2006, the restaurant "Dimitris" opened and now offers upscale Greek cuisine. At the end of 2006, the last apartments and the impressive staircase were finished. More travel info about Leipzig: Leipzig is, with a population of over 511,252, the largest city in the federal state of Saxony, Germany. Compared to other cities, the city of Leipzig survived the Second World War was mostly unharmed and most of the original structure is still in place. The wide streets in downtown display beautiful decorated facades that have been restored to full glory in the last 20 years. The Durchgangshaeuser (walk through houses) are typical type of architecture for this region. These farmhouses have large gateways at both gable ends of the building in order to enable carts to be driven through from end to end. Today, the walkways are filled with life and you don’t want to miss the Specks Hof, Barthels Hof, Maedlerpassage with the restaurant Auerbachs Keller made famous through Goethes Faust, and Coffe Baum, one of the oldest original coffee shops in the world. The area around the Barfussgaesschen gives an impression of how closely the buildings in the city center formerly stood. Side by side are historic buildings of the Renaissance, Baroque, and 19th century periods, and there are numerous picturesque corners and winding passages.