|Living area:||194 m²|
Residential house: Utility room, bicycle storage for up to 10 bicycles
Former Synagogue: shop, wine cellar, separately accessible.
|Ground floor||House: hallway, living room with fireplace and exit to the terrace, reading room (a walk-through room)
Former Synagogue: kitchen with utility room and dinette, showroom (accessible from the shop), bathroom with shower.
|First floor||Residential house: hallway, bedroom, bathroom with bathtub.
Former Synagogue: 2 children's rooms (ceiling height: 1.7-2 m.), Atelier with panoramic views.
|Second floor||Residential house: hallway, room, bath with bathtub.
Former Synagogue: hallway, studio with fitted kitchen, shower room.
|Top floor||Residential house: hallway, room, storeroom.|
|Loft||Former Synagogue: development reserve, storage area.|
|Inside details||Double glazed wood and PVC windows, wood burner, original doors and stairs. Flooring: original floor boards, wood, stone, tiles, laminate, PVC.|
|Outside details||The entire facade and both roofings were renewed in 2015.|
The 2 interconnected listed buildings were built in about 1309 and originally served as a residential house and Jewish teaching house, synagogue. In 1990 both buildings were acquired by the current owner and have been expertly and lovingly restored over the years. Substances worthy of preservation were refurbished and preserved and new stylistically appropriate elements were installed. In the residential house 2 generous bathrooms were installed and the former synagogue was completely renovated and extended in proper style. The last major renovation measures took place in 2015, whereby the complete façade, both roofs and all windows were replaced with double-glazed wood and plastic windows and the terrace was given a glass roof. At present, both houses are very successfully rented out to holiday guests. However, the vaulted cellar, shop and showroom can serve as additional sources of income. With minor alteration measures, another holiday home can be created in the former synagogue. The large storage room above the showroom can also be extended if necessary. Whether for guest room rental or for own use, as holiday homes the houses offer a fairytale atmosphere with modern comfort.
The houses are located in the historic center (monument zone) of the touristy Mosel village Beilstein. In just a few steps you are at the river or at the marketplace, where you have a wide selection of restaurants, cafes and sun terraces. Beilstein is one of the most beautiful and popular places on the Mosel and in Germany, so that the small town is often visited during the warm season of more than 5,000 tourists a day. Beilstein is characterized by cobblestone-paved, wine-steeped streets with centuries-old winegrower's houses and half-timbered buildings. It is for sure an excellent starting point for hiking and cycling in the area and the many tourist attractions in the Central Mosel region. In nearby Cochem, there is an excellent infrastructure for visitors of all ages with rail connections, shopping centers, hotels and restaurants, secondary schools, hospital, pool and a variety of sports. It is only about 30 minutes to the A48 motorway and Frankfurt-Hahn Airport, which guarantees a good connection to and from all parts of Europe.