|Living area:||360 m²|
|Basement||The house has a complete cellar, the stone walls are partially 1.20 m thick, the vaulted cellar was partially exposed again.
The basement (€ 84.60m) has been completely expanded and is divided as follows:
Entrance area 2.72m²
Basement room 26.63m²
Storage cellar 15.77 m²
Heating technology: 10.44m²; Pellet central heating Buderus and storage bunker for pellets with approx. 9t capacity
Wine cellar: 29.04m², LED mood lighting
|Ground floor||You enter through an original, traditionally renovated, wooden 2-leaf rococo entrance door and through the glazed back you get a fantastic view of the garden and the Moselle landscape.
The entrance and hall area is laid out with high-quality French tiles, the living rooms on the ground floor (110m²) are all equipped with underfloor heating.
The white, insulating glass wooden lattice windows were brought up to the most modern standards in accordance with the specifications of the monument protection and are equipped with folding shutters.
The actual living unit is closed off by a wooden door, so that the spacious staircase does not have to be completely heated.
On the ground floor there is a guest bedroom (11.46m²) with its own guest bathroom (2.49m²), guest toilet (1.50m²), utility room (9.7m²), work room (12.77m²) and a very spacious and bright kitchen-living room -Area (51.93m²) with direct access to the terrace / garden. In the kitchen, equipped with Miele electrical appliances (oven, steam cooker, warming drawer), the cooking island with a granite worktop is in the center. The low windows allow you to enjoy the beautiful view even while washing up.
|First floor||The walnut all-wood staircase (which also leads to the top floor) takes you to the first floor.
This living area (117 m²) is also separated from the stairwell by a door, whereby the original half-timbered wall is immediately apparent.
Except for the sanitary rooms, this floor is laid out with French oak floorboards / oak parquet; some of them have underfloor heating, the living room is heated by radiators.
The upper floor consists of 5 rooms, bathroom and guest toilet and is divided as follows:
Guest room (10.42m²) with private bathroom (3.75m²), guest toilet (1.59m²), spacious bathroom with walk-in shower and free-standing tub (12.24m²), master suite (€ 24.23m) with dressing room (13th floor) , 14m²), men's room (13.32m²), music room (27.89m²)
|Top floor||A room (128m²) with many possibilities was created in the attic.
The old oak beams were exposed, external insulation of the roof was fitted with 25 cm cellulose insulation, the stairwell was separated by a wall made of safety glass, and parquet was laid over the entire area.
The lattice windows give the room the light it needs and a pellet stove provides cozy warmth.
Be it as a library, as a living room, ManCave or lounge room for the young generation: whoever is allowed to move in here has won the lot!
|Inside details||Modern core renovation: high-quality tiles on the ground floor, French oak floorboards and oak parquet on the upper floors, solid walnut stairs, pellet central heating with solar preparation, underfloor heating, new fitted kitchen with high-quality electrical appliances from Miele, double-glazed hardwood windows with bars and shutters, white wooden doors, 3rd floor Bathrooms, 2 guest toilets, state-of-the-art building technology with motion detectors, multimedia preparation, etc.|
|Outside details||In the spacious garden you will find local fruit trees as well as palm trees and cypresses.
From the terrace, which can be entered from both the kitchen and the courtyard entrance, you can enjoy the fantastic view over the village and the Moselle.
Since all relevant supply lines have already been laid in the garden, nothing stands in the way of building an outdoor sauna.
The property has two large garages that can accommodate up to five vehicles. The inner courtyard, which is closed off with an automatic steel gate, offers enough space for any guest vehicles.
The listed Mettlacher Hof, built in 1724, was completely renovated startet in 2013 and meets the highest standards today.
The property was built in the 18th century from a donation from the Count Palatine Wilhelm von Hontheim to the Mettlach Abbey as Mettlacher Hof. It was the only building to survive the turmoil of the French Revolution. In the meantime auctioned, the house and the associated garden returned to the parish in 1880 and has been in private hands again for several years.
The inside of the building was completely rebuilt and the beams worth preserving were exposed.
The slate-covered mansard hipped roof was provided with 250 mm thick cellulose insulation in the course of the complete rebuilding; all ceilings were insulated within the floor structure according to the standard. The outer walls are made of quarry stone of considerable thickness, which must not be changed externally due to the protection of historical monuments.
Here tradition meets modernism and luxury meets functionality. The result is a unique combination and a pearl on the Mosel.
The location on the outskirts of the cosy wine village of Burg is extremely quiet. The view over the beautifully landscaped garden to the Moselle and the surrounding vineyards is something special at any time of year. In Burg itself there are rustic wine taverns and restaurants, the daily necessities are available in Enkirch, 2 km away, and in Traben-Trarbach, one of the most beautiful and popular wine villages in the Middle Mosel Valley. The art nouveau town of Traben-Trarbach has an excellent infrastructure with shops, first class hotels and restaurants, doctors, schools, thermal swimming pool and numerous sports facilities. A well-developed road network and the proximity to Frankfurt-Hahn airport ensure easy accessibility from all parts of Europe.
The size and measurements are approximate values and are based on the information provided by the seller. The prices are exclusive of a buyer's commission of 3.57% (including VAT) of the certified purchase price.