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Historic house in Baden, Austria

645,000 €
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Total area: 220 m² Land area: 289 m² 3 separate bathrooms
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Features
  • Built in 1880
  • 2-floor building
  • Total rooms: 8

We offer a spacious home for one or two families.

The object is in good condition. Last renovation took place in 2004.

It is possible to combine living and working under one roof (office, doctor's office).

Interior

The house survived stylish details from the late 19th century double doors, ceiling height 3.10 m, herringbone parquet, grating of wrought iron, fireplace, structured facade, plaster, etc.

There is a spacious attic.

Location

The villa is located in the center of Baden, near the pedestrian area, the parish church, the main square and terms.

In the early 19th century, Baden was the imperial summer residence, as Habsburg yard when Emperor Franz I spent every summer here.

In the famous hotel ”Schwarzen Adler“ (”Black Eagle“), or in the ballroom often played by Johann Strauss and Joseph Lanner.

Today, Baden is considered one of the leading resorts in Austria.

Transport links

Southern Railway passes through Baden (station within walking distance). Nearby is the A2 motorway, which provides good transport links with the national roads of Baden.

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