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Property DetailsThe senior residence Buchholz was 2009-2011, built with high quality materials, in the center of Buchholz. The south-facing, 25 housing units and penthouses, are barrier-free and age-appropriate. Here keep seniors the estimated independence and autonomy in an upscale ambience.This historic rectory at the plant with its old trees was preserved and enhanced by the new construction. The design and the equipment of the apartments and the common rooms are dominated by the needs of the elderly. Each apartment is accessible to residents easy access from the elevator. The equipment of the apartments is carried out without steps. For the car an underground parking space can be purchased separately.The units of the condominium are designed so that, if necessary, a freely selectable outpatient care service for an appropriate fee, the resident can attend in the apartments.In the house you have a contact person. For this service is currently a montlicher amount of 72, - € (according to housing benefit accounting) to be paid.This bright 3 bedroom penthouse apartment combines an accessible bathroom with beautiful objects, a guest cloakroom, a fitted kitchen, an office and a spacious bedroom. The areas are partially separated with designer glass doors. From the spacious roof terrace you can enjoy an unobstructed view.The apartment is designed with an elegant smoke cherry hardwood flooring and is heated by a modern underfloor heating.In the basement you will find the 28 car parking spaces for bikes, washing machine and dryer, as well as rooms for waste disposal and Tecknik.For families on a daily basis can be rented a guest apartment.The object carries the quality seal "KfW Efficiency House 70 with solar technology".
Additional Property InformationThis rental listing located in Buchholz In Der Nordheide offers one bedroom and one bathroom. The property is currently availible at $538,920.
This property is listed by VON POLL IMMOBILIEN headquartered in Germany.