|Living area:||130 m²|
|Basement:||Heated historic vaulted wine cellar, currently used as party cellar, barn (can be used as a garage), storage room.|
|Ground Floor:||Entrance hallway with original Villeroy & Boch tiled floor, kitchen, dining room, home office, utility room, bathroom with bathtub and shower, access to former barn (garage).|
|First floor||Hallway, 2 rooms, kitchen, dining room, lounge/bedroom with access to open gallery in former wine barn, exit to vine-clad terrace.|
|Loft:||Storage area with sauna cabin, suitable for conversion.|
|Inside:||Many original features (oak floorboards, doors, oak staircase, tiles, etc.), oil central-heating, 3 wood burners (Bullerjan and Jotul), designer radiators, true to style oak windows, mostly with double glazing, potential for further conversion in attic and barn.|
|Outside:||Small yard with access to store room in former wine barn, vine-clad terrace on 1st floor, the roof in 2011 completely refurbished and partially covered with natural slate.|
The historic Mosel property was built around 1900 and modernised in 2001. The renovation work was carried out with much love for detail and true to style, so to retain many original features, which make the house very special and unique. Room usage is flexible, the highlight being the open gallery on the first floor of the former wine barn. It is currently used as a summer room with exit to the vine-clad terrace. It is open to the ceiling and the ground floor and can be divided and converted into further living accommodation. Redevelopment funding is possible if new living spaces are created. As for the last 7 single glazed windows, redevelopment funds have already been approved and therefore costs will be kept relativly low. The former wine barn with the open gallery would make an excellent artist's studio, craft workshop or a venue for events and exhibitions, so that the property is ideal for a live-and-work combination. The house is interesting for everyone who loves the historical. It can be used, both for permanent living, as well as a low-maintenance holiday home.
The location in Kinheim is very quiet. Kinheim is situated on one of the prettiest Mosel loops between Traben-Trarbach and Bernkastel-Kues. In the village there are narrow lanes with many historic houses and wineries, quaint wine bars, restaurants and hotels. There are good shopping facilities in Kröv in 2 km distance. An excellent infrastracture with shopping centres, schools, swimming pools, doctors, hospitals etc. is to be found in Traben-Trarbach (9km), Bernkastel-Kues and Wittlich (both 15 km). There is an excellent road- and rail network covering the area, and Frankfurt-Hahn airport in 30 km distance guarantees easy access to and from all parts of Europe.