Stunning villa in Nussberg
The villa, designed by architect Ludwig Schöne, a typical representative of late historicism, was built in 1903.Ludwig Schöne, who came from Saxony, was one of the most successful architects of the Ringstrasse era due to the building boom of the Wilhelminian period. Schöne designed countless buildings, not only in Vienna, but also in the territory of the Danube Monarchy, especially in Hungary. The range of his work was enormously broad. In addition to residential buildings, hotels, official buildings and factory complexes, he planned above all Protestant and Catholic churches and a large number of synagogues.At present the representative house is rented to an embassy, so for reasons of discretion no photos of the interior may be shown. The current room layout:Ground floor:Entrance hall with cloakroom and bathroom, living area for guests, kitchen, living area for staff, laundry, boiler room, storage room.1st upper floor:Three spacious salons, some with original wood panelling or stucco ceiling and particularly beautiful bay windows, private living and sleeping area, bathroom, kitchen.2nd upper floor:Three bedrooms, two cloakrooms, bathroom, approx. 120 m² unfinished attic.A garage for several cars as well as an attached vaulted cellar, which is still to be developed, are separately accessible.Two to three separate residential units can be realised by appropriate conversion measures. A corresponding architectural study is available.
The nearest shopping facilities are located on Heiligenstädter Straße. Public transport connection by tram line D, whose station is within walking distance and takes about 30 minutes to the city centre. The nearby vineyards invite you for long walks. Please note all distances and measurements are approximate and for security reasons, are not representative of the exact location of the property. For more information on the precise location of the property and its surrounding area, please contact the listed Property Adviser.