|Living area:||340 m²|
|Basement||Vaulted cellar from 1583|
|Ground floor||Main house:
Entrance hallway, living room, office/tasting room with passage to courtyard and wine press house, shower room,
Entrance from courtyard to: packing room, boiler room incl. oil storage, stairs to terrace.
Separate entrance with stairs to maisonette apartment on the upper floor and attic.
|First floor||Main house:
Separate apartment (68 m²): hall, kitchen with exit to the 17.5 m² terrace, living room, bedroom, bathroom.
Former tasting room with kitchen and large terrace (35 m²), with covered seating area (used privately).
Maisonette apartment (92 m²): hallway with stairs to living room in the attic, bathroom, kitchen, bedroom, guest room, 35 m² terrace with covered seating area.
|Top floor||Main house:
Storage room with 2 storerooms for rental accommodation. Large storage room over two floors, suitable for conversion into living space.
Separate apartment (58 m²): living room with kitchen, bathroom, study, bedroom.
40 m² living room of maisonette.
|Inside details||Oil-fired central heating with burner from 2009, wooden insulated glass windows with real glazing bars (carpenter's work), tiled floors on the ground floor, electrics and water pipe renewed in 1990.|
|Outside details||Beautiful facade, high quality exterior doors and yard gate, terraces with access to small vineyard.|
The origins of the winery can be traced back to 1583, yet it is not a listed building. It has been lovingly renovated and modernised in recent years.
The three residential units as well as a smaller commercial space are currently rented, the latter will become available in May. In addition, there is the possibility to convert the commercial and office space of the former winery into further living space. For example, there is the possibility of converting them into holiday rooms/apartments. The conversion of the attic into a rental apartment is also possible.
The possibilities for freelancers, craftsmen and tradesmen are manifold.
The location in the centre of Kinheim is very quiet. To the rear are only the steep vineyards, which you have a wonderful view of from the terraces. The village itself has narrow, winding streets with numerous historic buildings, quaint wine taverns, restaurants and inns. Good shopping facilities can be found in neighbouring Kröv (2 km), and there is an excellent infrastructure with shopping centres, schools, swimming pools, doctors, hospitals etc. in Traben-Trarbach (9 km), Bernkastel-Kues and Wittlich (both 15 km). The region has excellent transport links and the Frankfurt-Hahn airport 30 km away guarantees good accessibility from all parts of Europe.
The areas and dimensions are approximate values and are based on the information provided by the seller. The prices do not include the buyer's commission of 3.57% (incl. VAT) of the notarized purchase price.
Energy Performance Certificate not available yet (requested for) Final energy consumption 117,2 kWh/(m²*a) EPC valid until 16.03.2031