|Living area:||399 m²|
|Basement:||Full cellar, wine cellar.|
|Ground Floor:||Entrance hall, music room, spacious living and dining area, kitchen, cloak room, storage room, covered patio with access to tasting room.|
|First floor||Hall, 4 guest rooms, each with a shower room.|
|Second Floor:||Holiday apartment: Entrance hall, shower room, open-plan living area, bedroom, storage room, connection for a kitchenette.|
|Top Floor:||Hallway, spacious living area, kitchen, 2 rooms, gallery.|
|Loft:||Suitable for conversion, storage space.|
|Inside:||High ceilings, spacious rooms, original oak staircase, double-glazed historic-style windows, 2 fitted kitchens, oil central heating (2008), chimney connection, floor coverings: tiles, wooden floorboards, parquet.|
|Outside:||Beautiful stone facade, garage, covered patio in the courtyard, new natural slate roof.|
Built in 1840, the stately vintner property was extended in 1870 and is now a listed building. In 2008, extensive modernization work took place, so that the property is in good overall condition. New windows were installed, a new oil central heating installed and the roof newly covered with natural slate. The beautiful rooms on the ground floor can be used as private living rooms or as reception, breakfast room and lounge for guests. In the upper floors, there are 4 en-suite guest rooms and a self-contained holiday apartment. On the top floor, there is nother apartment, which could serve as the owners-flat for the B&B. All those who only want to use the property for private purposes have ample space for large families, or for a combination of live and work. The large living areas on the ground floor could for example also be used as studio, or for exhibitions and events.
The house is located in a side street in the immediate vicinity of the banks of the Moselle. In 2016 Senheim won a gold medal in the competition "Our village has a future". In the village there are numerous recreational opportunities, e.g. a marina, tennis court, numerous biking and hiking trails, campsite, fishing, football field, children's playgrounds, barbecue hut, sculpture park, wine trail, wine museum, Nordic walking park etc. Smaller shops in the village are available, the nearby Mosel towns Cochem and Zell offer larger shopping facilities, doctors, schools, etc. The Frankfurt-Hahn airport can be reached in about 30 minutes, and the A48 motorway is about 25 minutes, so that excellent transport links to and from all parts of Europe is guaranteed.
Energy Performance Certificate According to the law unnecessary