Harmonious combination of tradition and modernism
|Living area:||360 m²|
|Cellar:||Full cellar, heating room with pellet storage, wine cellar, storage area.|
|Ground Floor:||Entrance hall with staggered levels, full glass wall and access to the garden, hallway, open-plan kitchen and dining area with high quality fitted kitchen and exit to the terrace, room with en-suite shower room, cloak room, home office, utility room.|
|First Floor:||Hallway, master-suite with changing room, en-suit bathroom with free standing bathtub, walk in shower and double sink, room with en-suite shower room, cloak room, music room, study.|
|Top Floor:||100 m² library with exposed beams and glass wall to the stairs. Attic external insulation with cellulose insulation.|
|Inside:||Completely renovated: high quality tiles on the ground floor, french oak boards and parquet on the ground floor, walnut solid wood staircase. Pellet central heating with solar preparation, underfloor heating, new fitted kitchen with high quality electrical appliances, triple glazed solid wood lattice windows with shutters, white wood doors, 3 bathrooms, 2 cloak rooms, modernised house technique with motion detectors and multimedia preparation.|
|Outside:||Driveway with electric gates, double garage with 10 kw photovoltaic system, annex for 3 cars and storage area/workshop, new slated roofing, parklike garden with palm and olive trees, cypress and fruit trees, 2 terraces|
Built in 1724, the listed Mettlacher Hof was completely renovated in the year 2013 and now meets highest standards. The interior of the building has been completely rebuilt and the beams exposed, which provided for a unique combination of tradition and modern style. The house technology is at the highest level with a photovoltaic system, pellet central heating, central dust extraction, multimedia in all rooms and much more. From the entrance hall through the glass wall there is a fantastic view over the garden and the Moselle landscape. The living rooms on the ground floor have direct access to terrace and garden and offer the possibility to live on one level. In connection with the master suite and other rooms upstairs, there is ample space for large families. The open-plan loft with exposed oak beams can serve as library, hobby room, multi-media room, artist studio or other businesses, so that the property offers the perfect live-and-work combination. The garden is low maintenance, with idyllic seating areas, meadows, rare plants and native fruit trees. Here you can relax and enjoy peace and quiet. Children have enough space for playing outdoors, and there are already foundations for an external sauna with swimming pool.
The location on the edge of the popular wine village Burg is very quiet. The view over the beautifully landscaped garden to the Mosel and the surrounding vineyards is stunning in every season. In Burg itself there are quaint wine bars and restaurants, all daily supplies you can get in Enkirch, around 2 km away and in Traben-Trarbach, one of the most beautiful and popular wine towns in the Mosel valley. The Art Nouveau town of Traben-Trarbach has an excellent infrastructure with shops, first-class hotels and restaurants, doctors, schools, thermal swimming pool and numerous sports facilities. A well-developed road network and Frankfurt-Hahn Airport in 18 km distance guarantee easy access from Germany and all parts of Europe.
Main type of fuel Pellet The sizes and measurements are approximate figures and based on data supplied by the owner, there is no guarantee for the correctness of the information. There is no buyer's commission.