Two historic lovingly restored houses in central location of Beilstein, Mosel
The two connected houses were built in 1309 and are currently under monumental protection. They originally served as a residential building and a Jewish Synagogue. Both buildings were acquired by the current owner in 1990 and have been professionally and lovingly restored over the years. Preservable substances were refurbished and kept and new true-to-style elements installed. Among others, 2 spacious bathrooms were installed in the residential house and the former Synagogue was renovated and professionally built out. The last major renovations took place in 2015. In particular, the entire façade, both roofs and all windows were replaced by double-glazed wood and PVC windows and the terrace received a glass roof. Currently, both houses are rented very successfully to holiday guests. However, the vaulted cellar, the shop and the showroom can serve as an additional source of income. With small renovations, the former synagogue can be converted into another apartment. The large storage space above the showroom can also be converted into further living space. Whether for renting or for own use, as a holiday home the houses offer a fairy tale-like atmosphere with modern comfort.
|Date added: 01/16/20||Rooms: 8||Bedrooms: 8||Bathrooms: 4|
|Living Area: 194.00 m²||Lot size: 126.00 m²||Type: House|