|Living area:||250 m²|
|Ground Floor:||Entrance hall with access to utility room, heating room and store.|
|First floor||Kitchen, dining room, living room with open fireplace.|
|Second Floor:||Large hallway, bathroom, 2 rooms, stairs to 2 further rooms.|
|Loft:||Large storage area, suitable for conversion over 2 floors.|
|Inside:||Gas central-heating, underfloor-heating and open fireplace in lounge, several chimneys for wood burners, single-glazed hardwood windows, modernised electrics and plumbing, original oak doors and -stairs, many original features, flooring: natural slate, tiles and wooden floorboards.|
|Outside:||Parking, workshop, patio with idyllic fish pond, restored facade, natural slate roof from 1995.|
The listed timber-framed property dates back to 1595. In the 1990s it was lovingly and sympathetically restored by the current owners. Many original features were retained and the property has much charm and character. The large lounge has underfloor-heating and features an open fireplace, where you can enjoy comfortable winter evenings. The property, which is set back from the street, offers much space and there is a double-height loft area for further conversion, so that it is ideal for large families or a live-and-work combination. Directly in front of the house there is a small patio with an idyllic fish pond, where you can sit and relax in the summer with a nice glass of wine. The low-maintenance garden on the other side of a small lane without traffic offers enough room for fruit trees, shrubs or growing vegetables, and hobby gardeners can develop their own ideas.
The beautiful property is set back from the street in the centre of Bullay, a popular wine village close to Zell. The railway station and all shops for daily supplies are in walking distance. The Mosel promenade with no traffic is also close-by. Bullay is a very popular wine village for tourists and locals alike, since it has a main-line railway station and a shuttle-bus connection to Frankfurt-Hahn airport, and it is possible to live there without a car. There is a good infrastructure with shops, restaurants, school, kindergarten, doctors and pharmacy. The sights of the middle Mosel valley can be explored on foot or by bike, numerous events and attractions in the area provide distraction for all generations. The main-line train station connecting Koblenz and Trier make a theatre-visit or shopping trip possible, and all German cities are within easy reach by train. Frankfurt-Hahn airport in approx. 25 km distance offers budget flights to the whole of Europe.