|Living area:||102 m²|
|Basement||Vaulted cellar accessed from outside.|
|Ground floor||Entrance hallway, dining kitchen, lounge, hall with exit to garden, bathroom.|
|First floor||Hallway, large bedroom, 2 further rooms (one with free-standing shower block, sink and wc)|
|Loft||Suitable for conversion over 2 floors.|
|Inside details||Gas central-heating, single-glazed timber windows and double-glazed uPVC windows, timber staircase and -doors, fitted kitchen. Flooring: tiles, laminate and carpets.|
|Outside details||Garage with store room, terrace, garden, gas tank, natural slate roof in good condition.|
The village house was built in 1926 and is of solid construction. The roof was in the past re-slated with natural slates, so that there are no major costs to be expected in the near future. The property is well-kept and habitable, so that required modernisations of bathrooms, windows or electrics can be carried out over time. There is scope for conversion over 2 floors in the attic, so that young families can create more living space if required. The garage and the small garden are a bonus not often found in the Mosel villages in this price range. Here, garden lovers can create an idyllic space, where in the summers you can sit and relax with a glass of wine, or barbecue with friends.
The location in the popular wine village of Enkirch is quiet without through-traffic. Enkirch is a well-kept secret amongst Mosel enthusiasts. Here you can find ancient timber-framed cottages with wine-clad facades, narrow, cobbled lanes and impressive traditional wineries. In the village, only a few steps from the house, you can get all daily supplies in quaint little shops, where there is always time for a chat, and there are numerous restaurants and winebars to rest and enjoy their specialties. Larger supermarkets, hospitals, swimming pools, etc. are in Traben-Trarbach (3 km) and Zell, both very popular and beautiful Mosel towns. From Enkirch you can explore the whole Mosel region from the ancient Roman town of Trier to Koblenz, where the Mosel meets the Rhine. There are countless tourist attractions, walking and cycle paths, so that you will never be bored. An excellent road network and Frankfurt-Hahn airport in 15 km distance guarantee easy access from and to all parts of Europe.