LIVING AT VIENNA'S FIRST ADDRESS
This prestigious, listed building in the heart of Vienna's city centre comprises fourteen exclusive, newly built apartments on the top two floors, luxurious shops of numerous international brands, unique office space and a modern underground car park.
Historical ambience combined with state-of-the-art equipment and technology, the use of precious materials and the international flair make these residences real rarities in one of the most liveable cities in the world.
ROOM LAYOUT TOP 11
The entrance with guest toilet and technical room leads to the spacious living room with kitchen and open fireplace, which faces both Hotel Hyatt and Steindlgasse. Two of the three bedrooms and a bath/toilet are accessible through an intermediate corridor with built-in wardrobes, the third bedroom with bath/toilet en suite has direct access from the living area.
From this room a double connecting door currently leads into the neighbouring apartment of approx. 73 sqm with one bedroom and one bathroom, which is also for sale (purchase price EUR 1,980,000,-).
The room height amounts to approx. 2.55 m (except areas with suspended ceilings).
The elegant bathrooms are equipped with large-format natural stone coverings, while the living area has oak parquet flooring with a herringbone pattern. The apartment is completely furnished.
The high-quality technical equipment includes ceiling cooling, underfloor heating, built-in spotlights, electrically operated external sun protection, alarm system, cable TV, satellite and CAT6 cabling.
The Golden Quarter (Goldenes Quartier) between Tuchlauben, Kohlmarkt, Graben and Hof is considered the most exclusive part of Viennas city centre with flagship stores of various international designers, luxury class restaurants and traditional Viennese restaurants.
The underground stations Stephansplatz (U1, U3) and Herrengasse (U3) are within walking distance. The status as a pedestrian zone ensures a special quality of life, the car can be parked in the garages at the Hof and on the Freyung.
Heating demand (EPC): 71 kWh
We would like to point out the close economic relationship to the client.