|Living area:||115 m²|
|Basement||1x vaulted cellar, two cellar rooms|
|Ground floor||vestibule, hallway, living room, storage room under stairs, bathroom with shower, kitchen with pantry|
|First floor||Hall, 3x bedroom, WC,|
|Top floor||Partially removed. Developed area isolated.
|Inside details||Electric night storage heating (renewed ca. '93), electrics renewed (probably '80s/`90s), water pipes also renewed (year unknown), double-glazed windows (street-side renewed `89, remaining windows probably from '70s), floor coverings: tiles, linoleum, laminate|
|Outside details||Double garage (built approx. 2000), balcony at the back of the double garage, small garden with direct access to the brook, workshop with small garage (built approx. 1900),
roofing house: bitumen shingles (approx. 2000 new roofing)
Roofing double garage: bitumen shingles
Roofing workshop: Bitumen shingles
The semi-detached house built in 1750, in the classic Moselle style, is ideal as a holiday home. The house was built in the lower area with quarry stone, from the upper floor it continued with half-timbering. In the beginnings still used as a tannery, the semi-detached house offers, distributed on three floors, approx. 115 m ² floor space. The house is heated by night storage heaters, which were renewed after the flood of the century in 1993 and therefore no longer contain asbestos. The bathroom on the ground floor was also modernised after this flood. In which year this happened exactly, however, is not known. The attic is partially converted, with a hallway and bedroom, and also insulated. The attic is, contrary to the living area, not separated from the other half of the house. The roofing was renewed around the year 2000.
Included in the price are also the two opposite plots, with a total area of 253 m², which are separated from each other by a municipal road. On the left plot a double garage was built around the year 2000. On the back of this there is a small balcony. A small garden area, directly at the "Großbach", is also still available here. By the brook course must be counted of course now and then with high water. Nevertheless, one can get here, in the warm summer months, with the feet unproblematically a cooling. On the smaller property directly next to it, adjacent to the neighbour, there is a small garage, including a workshop on the upper floor. The building was built around 1900 and borders on the back of the neighbour's garden.
Should there be no need for one or the other plot, the semi-detached house can of course also be purchased on its own. In this case the price would be adjusted accordingly. However, there is no parking space or garden at the house itself.
The location in the centre of Enkirch is quiet and without through traffic, within walking distance of shops, doctors, restaurants and the banks of the Moselle. The popular wine village of Enkirch is an insider tip among Moselle lovers (www.enkirch.de). Here you will find ancient half-timbered houses with vine-covered facades, narrow, cobblestone alleyways and imposing, traditional wineries. In the village you will find all the daily necessities in cosy shops, where you always have time for a chat, as well as countless restaurants and wine taverns, which spoil the guest with their delicacies. Larger supermarkets, hospital, swimming pools, etc. can be found in Traben-Trarbach, 3 km away, and in Zell, both also very popular and beautiful Moselle towns. From Enkirch you can explore the entire Middle Mosel Valley between Bernkastel-Kues and Cochem, and countless tourist attractions, hiking and biking trails will not let you get bored. A well-developed road network as well as the Frankfurt-Hahn airport at a distance of approx. 15 km ensure easy accessibility from all parts of Germany and 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.
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