The historic townhouse was originally designed and built as the private residence and showroom of Bernhard Hieronymus Ludwig, the Emperor‘s cabinetmaker, whose prizewinning works characterized many European ruling houses of the time. Today, the lavish ornaments, interior ensembles, glass paintings and furnishings from the era are rarely found in such splendid condition.
The building in which this truly magnificent apartment is situated was designed in the style of Strict Historism by Carl Langhammer. Its block-like exterior with its emphasis on horizontal lines structuring the facade breathes noble reticence and in so doing reflects the personality of its former owner, who also manufactured the Late Historic interior with its richly decorated wood panelling. Both building and furniture are listed and landmarked.
The apartment features a total of 8 rooms, 4 bedrooms and 4 modern bathrooms that perfectly combine classy style elements from the Strict Historism period with state-of-the-art finishings. Especially the open fire places and the regal staircase with its cast iron and wooden guard railing lend the entire property the historical glamour of its era.
A wine cellar, an elevator as well as a rented garage space complete the set up of this truly magnificent apartment. The application for a second garage space has already been submitted and should be realized shortly.