This unique property is part of the old cultural landscape of Hamburg's merchant history. It is one of the few original preserved prestige objects in incomparable water location. This facing south property is surrounded by beautiful old trees on the feenteich with a private boat dock and guarantee the residents their sufficient privacy.In 1860, the renowned German-Swiss architect Auguste de Meuron created as one of his last works this Wilhelminian-style jewel. About 150 years later one of his grandchildren designed the hamburger landmark - "the Elbphilharmonie". Around 1910, the villa was integrated with a harmonious in the overall picture extended cultivation. Since then, the villa is owned by the merchant family.From the outside, this property is typical hamburg restrained, while the interior design based on many details influenced by the DeuxiÃ¨me Empire - the new Rococo style of Emperor Napoleon III - French. Original stucco ornaments, historic tiles and wood paneling have been preserved as well as the numerous wilhelminian decoration elements which give the villa its very personal charm of a past era.Already the carrara marble foyer with staircase to the upper floors impresses as you enter through the portal. The raised ground floor with an impressive ceiling height of 3.80 meters and the five spacious rooms which although combined with each other but also can be separated by large-format doors, is the sociable center of this prestigious villa.The two upper floors are accessed via the manorial marble staircase, which could be equipped for additional living comfort. The impressive atmosphere of the interior design also continues here. Because of the large-sized window of the upper floor, a unique panoramic view of the the Alster with the silhouette of hamburg city is ensured. The bangkirai-wood-laid terrace on the beletage invites you to relaxing moments with a wonderful view of the sailing entertaiment of the alster. Located in the bright basement, there is a garden-facing two-room apartment with private entrance, which can be excellently expand as an au pair or guest area. The other five rooms leave plenty of room for further design options, such as a wellness area or office space.Discover one of this precious pieces of jewelry which are only rarely available.Broker's commissionThe brokerage fee is 6.25 % including the statutory value added tax. It is earned and due upon conclusion of a notarial purchase contract and to be paid by the buyer. Errors and prior sale reserved.