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This beautiful 5 bedroom country home is situated in Großenkneten, Lower Saxony, Germany - a charming village with approximately 450 inhabitants, nestled in the Wildeshauser Geest Nature Park. It's surrounded by beautiful forests and nature reserves, making it ideal for walking and cycling. The property was built in 1802 and has been renovated and extended over time, to keep its original character of a traditional timber framed thatched farmhouse. It features; a Broetje gas boiler heating system (28 KW), white coffered doors, insulated apartment doors, downstairs bathroom with bath and shower, custom-made apartment entrance door with double glazing, a high quality kitchen and appliances, cast iron Jotul wood burning stove in living room, spacious shower room upstairs, 39 x 78 foot barn with Workshop, large coach house/tractor shed, small stable building converted into a garden house/party room, stone oven in the garden, thatched stone well and 25 m³ underground rainwater reservoir for garden irrigation. In the nearby town of Grossenkneten there are a variety of shops including grocery stores, florists, restaurants, bakeries, railway station, banks, doctors and pharmacies. Huntlosen and Wardenburg are also close by for additional shopping and railway connections. Oldenburg University City is around 16.7 miles from the property, whilst Bremen International Airport is 33 miles away and the county town of Wildeshausen is just 10.5 miles. The local agent Brand Immobilien can provide further information about this property and applicable terms and conditions - please note there is no buyer commission attached to this offer.

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This 1 bedroom apartment is a great opportunity for those looking to purchase in the sought-after neighbourhood of Charlottenburg. Located on the 1st floor of a well-maintained period building from 1905, the apartment offers ca. 85m2 of living space and features high ceilings, herringbone parquet wood floors and large double glazed windows, allowing plenty of natural light into the space. The spacious living room enjoys an open-plan kitchen, while the bedroom has access to a south-facing balcony, offering views of the beautifully cobbled streets below. There is also a modern fitted bathroom with shower and tub, as well as a laundry space. The area is very well connected to public transportation with the U7 & U2 underground lines, as well as Bismarkstr., making Wilmersdorfer Strasse reachable within 10 minutes. There are also several ring bahn lines S41 and S42 which depart from Jungfernheide, giving you access to any part of the city centre. Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf is renowned for its rich historical background, beautiful monuments and high street shopping experience. It hosts several walking zones with green stone-paved streets and squares, such as Oliver Platz and Savigny Platz. Here you can find countless café’s, bars, international restaurants and art galleries, giving it a unique cultural scene that you won’t want to miss. The area also boasts several green areas such as Lietzensee Lake, Zoologischer Garten, Fennsee Volkspark and nautical lakes regions, perfect for those who love to spend their free time in nature. If you're interested in this property, please get in touch to arrange a viewing or for further information regarding the purchase process.

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This 14 bedroom manor house offers a unique opportunity to own a piece of Germany's history. Its location in Schirgiswalde, Saxony, offers stunning views over the countryside and access to a wide range of amenities. The property first dates back to 1376 when it was part of a royal estate under the jurisdiction of the Kingdom of Bohemia. Fast forward to 1635 when the settlement was officially recognised as a town and territorially transferred to the Electorate of Saxony, as a result of the Peace of Prague which ended Saxony's involvement in the Thirty Years War. In 1681 Anton Florian purchased the town and castle from the estate of Franz Eusebius von Pötting. And in 1703 he sold the estate and lands to the Catholic Church when he departed for Spain to serve Archduke Karl who became Emperor Charles VI upon the death of his brother in 1711. Charles VI created the new principality of Lichtenstein, specifically for the purpose of allowing Anton Florian admittance to the Reichstag - making him the first Prince of Lichtenstein and reigning until his death in 1721. Schirgiswalde remained a functioning estate by the Catholic Church for many decades, during which time the area remained in geographic controversy. Eventually, in 1813 with the end of the French presence, the region was claimed by Saxony and militarily occupied until formal border agreements were established in 1845. The estate saw its greatest changes at this time when Bishop Ignaz Bernhard Mauermann (1786-1841) converted it into the Bishop of Bautzens' official summer residence. After this, the Countess von Thun-Hohenstein of Teschen and her family spent one year in exile here in 1848. The mansion was used uninterrupted by the serving Bishop of Bautzen as a summer residence up until the close of the Second World War. Bishop Petrus Legge was exiled to the estate during the latter years of the war due to his years of outspoken defiance of the Nazi regime. In the post-war period, the estate found a variety of uses - most importantly as a school for music, a shelter for women and children, and a kindergarten until 2006. The classical period structure that emerged during the conversion features four floors of built-out living space, with 675 m² of useable space. The main floor stands on the original foundations, with 90cm thick walls, and features a formal garden, painted wallpaper in some of the rooms, and a kitchen. On the first floor there are four rooms and a large bathroom, and on the 2nd floor there are five large rooms and bath facilities. The mansard level includes a large open room with six further rooms available. The loft space is unused but could be converted with planning permission, while the cellar is partially complete. The roof and heating system were renewed in the mid-1990s, internet is available with DSL or Fibre connection. Overall, this listed mansion offers approximately 675 m² of interior space over four floors and is situated on a 2.5-acre plot. Make this centuries-old estate your home and be part of its rich history!

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