|Living area:||310 m²|
|Basement:||Farmhouse: part cellar, 2 rooms.|
Hallway, home office, open-plan living-/dining room with wood-burner, kitchen with Spanish tiles and Heartland gas stove, conservatory.
Work room/kitchen, shower room, 2 open-plan art function rooms.
Hallway, bathroom with guilt lion-feet roll-top bath and large walk-in shower, bedroom with balcony, custom-built bed and copper spirals in the wall against electromagnetic pollution, dressing room, 2 further large rooms, guest room with separate entrance from terrace, workshop extension.
Entrance to apartment over three levels, consisting of kitchen, bathroom with free-standing bath and shower, dining room, large living room and bedroom.
|Second Floor:||3 rooms (former music school), easy conversion to further apartment or living area.|
|Inside:||Floor area farm house: ca. 200 m², apartment in artist barn 110 m², utility area music school, art rooms and workshop 200 m².
Oil central-heating in house, electric heating and stoves in artist barn, hardwood double-glazed windows, Heartland gas stove in kitchen, wood-burner in living room, Tundra oak parquet flooring and original floor boards, Spanish tiles, Indian slate floor in conservatory, oak staircase, original doors, many collectors' items from historic locations, eg. chandeliers, stoves, wall lights, baths, etc.
|Außen:||Fully slated facade on farmhouse, aluminium carport, converted oak timber-framed barn with apartment and artists premises, cobbled paving in yard, lion head wall fountain, street lamps from English castle, terrace with bamboo, greenhouse, rainwater cystern, large English-style garden.|
The historic property consists of a typically slated Hunsrueck farm house from 1710 with oak barn from around 1900, an idyllic courtyard between the 2 buildings and a wonderfully landscaped English-style garden. From 1998 to 2012 the whole property was modernised and converted with much love for detail and historic style. The interiors in the farm house are true to style and very original, old features were retained if possible. The rooms are generously-sized and suitable for large families. In the barn, there are open artist's rooms on the ground floor with many open beams, which are very flexible in their use. The upper storeys accomodate a music school, which can also be used as further living space, and a separate apartment of 120 m² over 3 levels. The whole property is fitted out with unique, historic accessories, and each item tells a story. Individualists and artists will find ideal conditions here and will quickly feel at home. For nature lovers, there is a beautifully laid out courtyard with idyllic seating areas, a lion-head fountain and street lamps from a French chateau, as well as the landscaped garden in English style.
At first glance from the street, it is hard to imagine the size and uniqueness of this historic property. The special character only reveals on looking further and on closer inspection. The idyllic inner courtyard is sheltered from the street, and from the garden behind the barn there are wonderful views over the Hunsrueck landscape. Frankfurt-Hahn airport is close-by, but Raversbeuren is not in the flight path, so that people looking for peace and quiet will find ideal conditions. The village itself is serviced by mobile shops with daily supplies, and there is a good village community, where all generations will feel at home soon. Larger shopping facilities with supermarkets, schools, kindergartens, doctors, hospitals, etc. are found in the surrounding small towns of Kirchberg, Sohren, Büchenbeuren or Simmern, all in 10-20 minutes driving time. The beautiful Mosel wine valley with the historic village of Enkirch is only 7 km away. An excellent road network and Frankfurt-Hahn airport in 10 minutes distance by car guarantee easy access from all parts of Germany and Europe.
Final consumption of energy 150,8 kWh/(m²*a) EPC valid until 17.03.2025