Ehemaliges Zucht- und Reitgestüt mit Wohnhaus

Moselle • Rhine • Eifel • Hunsrueck
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Rooms: 15
Living area: 400 m²
Plot: 11.353 m²
2835000,00 EUR
ca. 3289167
Inside detailsFarm buildings:
The main house previously served as a residential building and extends over 3 floors, which can be used separately.
The ground floor (93 m²) was converted into a veterinary practice in 1988/1989; the other two residential units (upper floor: 96 m² / attic: 60 m²) were inhabited by the owner himself and guests, staff or harvest workers.
At the front there is a narrow balcony over the entire length of the house, from which one can enjoy the view of the Schönburg and the farm's own pond.
Since the building was built in the mid-1970s (1966/67), some modernization measures are required, but it has a lot of space and potential (rental apartments, guest rooms, rooms for riding holidays, trail riding guests ...)
A silo chamber, feed chamber, cold store, company toilet, shower, solar room and saddle room with a total of 46m² are also housed here.

Former horse breeding stud in a unique location and breathtaking views of the Rhine Valley.

Gut Schönburg is a former Trakehner breeding stud directly above Oberwesel and the Schönburg. The exposed location offers an undisturbed view of the Rhine valley and far into the opposite Taunus (other side of the Rhine).

Already at the entrance to the property a breathtaking view of the Rhine valley and the Schönburg opens up and makes the hearts of horse and nature lovers beat faster.

The courtyard area covers an area of ​​11,353m², the directly connected pasture have a size of 12,635m².

The previously concluded lease agreements for additional pasture areas can possibly be activated again.

The courtyard comprises the following buildings:

New house:

The house was built in solid construction in the year 1990, contains wooden lattice windows and was covered with natural slate.

Architecturally, it was planned so that you can enjoy the unobstructed view of the Rhine Valley from as many windows as possible.

Details of the house:

Ground floor (145m²):

entrance hall, guest toilet, bedroom with bathroom, kitchen with dining area, living room / dining room , all floors are covered with natural stone slabs.

The first floor can be reached via a massive wooden staircase with a gallery and is divided as follows:

Upper floor (78m²): bathroom with shower and bathtub, gallery, 1 bedroom with 2 dressing rooms, master bedroom with bathroom, flooring: combination of wooden floors, carpets and tiles.

Courtyard area:

The former horse breeding facility is built in a U-shape and is accessed by a charming little tower with a "weather horse".

The former mare stable is located as an extension of the main house. The 13 boxes (3,8m x 2,5m-3,8m) are accessible both from the outside and via the riding hall.

The spacious boxes are all equipped with self-drinking troughs, feed troughs, hatches and doors with security locks.

The haystack (246 m²) is located above the stables and is equipped with a ventilation system and a conveyor belt for small bales. Large round bales can also be stored here without any problems using a forklift.

In the adjacent building there is both the riding hall (20m x 25m), storage rooms and the former cattle stables (290 m²). This is currently used as a warehouse, but can be perfectly converted into additional inner boxes or a spacious washing area.

In the extension of the riding arena, with a covered area of ​​390m², which was also previously used as a cattle barn, there is sufficient storage space for e.g. agricultural machinery.

The 11 solidly built high-rise silos in reinforced concrete system construction have a diameter of 3.60 m and a height of 7 m. Of these, 3 so-called manure silos have not yet been used - they are versatile because they are tightly sealed. 8 silos were used as green forage silos.

Above the stables is a small hall that is set up as a riding room with a bar. Here you have a view of both the riding arena and the inner courtyard.

Gut Schönburg with the status of agriculture is located in the outer area of ​​the former Free Imperial City of Oberwesel, approx. 1.2 km away, in the UNESCO World Heritage Valley of the Upper Middle Rhine Valley on the Rhein hights above the nearby, historically significant Schönburg.

Oberwesel has approx. 3,000 inhabitants and is characterized by winegrowers and medium-sized businesses of tourist importance through a rich historical heritage.

There are many possible uses for humans, horses and other four-legged friends, be it for commercial, cultural or individual private use.

The combination of living / working / hobby can be easily designed here.


A therapeutic recovery center for horses with a view of the Rhine Valley?


A rearing and training company on the heights of the Schönburg?


Would you like to spend your life with horses and friends in the beautiful surroundings?


Would you like to live with several generations on a farm with a view of the Taunus?


Are you opening a trail riding station in the Middle Rhine Valley?




There is enough space to implement your own ideas and there are many opportunities to realize an economic dream here.

You have the choice !

Please understand that a viewing is only possible after presentation of proof of creditworthiness.

Energy Performance Certificate without Energy Performance Certificates EPC valid until 23.05.2029

  • Titelbild
  • Hausansicht
  • Entrance area
  • Horse pond
  • View of conservatory
  • House view
  • Newhouse / Terrace
  • Dining area of kitchen
  • View from conservatory
  • Aview from gallery
  • Gallery
  • View from gallery left
  • view of Schönburgblick
  • View of house and stables
  • Passage courtyard / View of castle
  • Entrance House
  • Room 2nd floor house
  • Haystack
  • Reiterstübchen
  • View of the riding hall
  • Exterior view foal stable
  • Workshop
  • Outside boxes on the right
  • Path to back pastures
  • Courtyard / View boxes with paddock
  • Interior view of horse boxes
  • Rear view of stables - paddock
  • rear pastures
  • View of the property