Triebental

The elegant classic image of the house is added by an unusual main facade solution – projecting roof eaves serve as a terrace cover and are supported by posts united in one complicate construction. The first floor area is organized as rational as possible. The house has two entrances: the first one from the terrace leads to a spacious living-room combined with a dining-room, and the second entrance at the back facade leads to the hall connecting the private house area with the public zone. A small bedroom and a bathroom are to the right from the hall. One more bedroom with a separate dressing-room and a restroom are to the left from the hall. Additionally the first floor contains a sauna block with a separate entrance from the back terrace. The second floor is a single zone with free purpose which means that the would-be owner will have a possibility to create his own cozy nest there.
  • Total house area: 256 m2
  • Total living area: 217 m2
  • Balcony and terraces: 39 m2
  • House dimensions: 15,2 x 13,8 m

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