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Villa with an indoor pool in the city center, Munich, Germany

3,055,000 €
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  • Total area
    280 m²
  • Land area
    800 m²
  • Bedrooms
    5
  • Bathrooms
    2
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Features
  • Total rooms: 9
  • Built in 1959
  • Balcony or terrace
  • Swimming pool
  • Garden
  • Car parks

The house for one family with an indoor swimming pool and a large garden is situated in the center of the city.

The villa was built in 1959. In 2010 the heating system was renewed, in 2007 the roof was renovated as well as the flooring in 2005.

The house has a garage suited for two cars.

Interior

On the first floor, there is a spacious garden view living room with a dining area, a fully equipped kitchen, two bedrooms and a bathroom. The living room, as well as the garden, has an access to the indoor swimming pool. On the second floor, there are three bedrooms, a large living room (or a study), a bathroom and a guest toilet.

Storage rooms and a laundry are situated in the basement.

Equipment

  • Central heating
  • Underfloor heating

Location and nearby infrastructure

Munich is the capital and the most populated city in the German state of Bavaria, located on the banks of River Isar north of the Bavarian Alps. The area is valued for its excellent infrastructure and transport link.

The house is within walking distance from shops, schools, hospitals, banks, cafes, and restaurants.

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If this property wasn’t for you, take a look at other houses for sale in Germany.

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