VILLA PICK - HISTROICAL JEWEL WITH CONSIDERABLE CONVERSION POTENTIAL
Historical jewel with great conversion potential
Built by the architects Teller und Spielmann for Emil Gerhard Pick, from 1924 the villa was the residence of the great industrialist who, due to his work in the cotton spinning mill, undertook numerous research trips to Africa and Asia and also wrote books about them.
The total usable area of approx. 1,027 sqm that is to be renovated in the historic building is divided into the subterranean ground floor, ground floor, 1st - 3rd floor and underground car park. Tthe outdoor areas have a total of approx. 278 sqm.
Due to the property size and the development plan, a further villa with a total usable area of approx. 1,597 sqm (pure living space approx. 1,048 sqm) including terraces of approx. 405 sqm can be built in the garden area. An own access road leading from the Chimanistraße is possible, the garages of both buildings could be connected if necessary.
A unique property with historical garden.
The location in the cottage is characterised by generous park and green areas. In addition to the parking areas in the immediate vicinity and the tennis club, the Karl-Fellinger-Park, the Hugo-Wolf-Park and the Türkenschanzpark are within walking distance.
The Krottenbachstraße rapid-transit railway station is just a minute's walk away. The rapid-transit railway offers a convenient and fast connection to the Viennese underground network with its connection to Handelskai or Hütteldorf.
The infrastructure is excellent. All shopping facilities for daily needs can be found in the close Krottenbachstraße or Obkirchergasse with the popular Sonnbergmarkt.
In the immediate vicinity there are several public schools as well as the tourism school Modul in Peter Jordan-Straße and the University of Natural Resources and Applied Life Sciences Vienna (BOKU) in Gregor-Mendel-Straße. The American International School in Salmannsdorf is also within easy reach.