Area Frankfurt am Main / Sachsenhausen
Exceptional 2.5-room duplex apartment with unique architecture and breathtaking views
The highlights are:
• exceptional duplex apartment in the first row on the Main river
• unique architecture
• unobstructed Main river, European Central Bank and Frankfurt skyline views
• 5.5-meter-high window fronts
• loft-like, light-flooded rooms
• floating living atmosphere thanks to a gallery
• various balconies as well as a terrace
• high-quality fittings and equipment (oiled oak, slate, marble, etc.)
• Bose sound system
- Status Sold
- Monthly cost 216,00 EUR
- City Frankfurt
- Area Frankfurt am Main / Sachsenhausen
- Address Deutschherrnufer
- Rooms 2,5-3 rooms
- Size 90 m²
- Floor 2nd and 3rd
- Construction year 1999
The entire interior of this extravagant property is characterized by contemporary luxury. Through the entrance with a separate cloakroom and guest toilet you enter the light-flooded living and dining area. It impresses with its loft-like atmosphere, approx. 5.5 meters high, floor-to-ceiling window fronts and a generous terrace. The whitewashed walls provide a neutral backdrop for the modern cubist architecture and the visual axes of the entire building, which was designed by Tom Bock and dedicated to his mother. The open, discreet white and brushed stainless steel fitted kitchen has all kitchen appliances as well as a small bar / dining area.
Through a steel spiral staircase you reach the second level and enter the open gallery with a landing stage like access to another balcony. From here you have a very special, floating experience of space and living, similar to the feeling of standing on the bow of a large sailing ship. If necessary, you could build a third room here (see alternative floor plan).
Adjacent follows the bedroom with a large, custom built closet and an en-suite bathroom with natural light, a large bathtub, a rain shower and stunning views of the surroundings and the skyscrapers of the Main metropolis. The exquisite bathroom objects and fittings by Duravit are timelessly modern and are often used in ambitious interior designs. The floors and tiles are made of black slate stone and the washbasin is made of matching black veneered oak. There are also connections for a washer / dryer.
Oiled oak parquet floors were used throughout the property. In addition, there are three more French balconies, a Bose surround system and a spacious cellar. The apartment and the house correspond in their architectural claim, in the location, the refinement and sophistication of a real luxury property.
An underground parking space can be purchased separately or can be rented.
This exceptional duplex apartment in a solitaire built in the first row on the Main impresses with its unique architecture and the breathtaking views of the Main river, the European Central Bank (ECB) and the skyline of Frankfurt.
Architecturally, the brick building from 1999 created a composition of perforated and glass façades, creating a rhythmic change between walls, window openings and glass walls inside the object, which makes the homogenous look of the entire object unmistakable. The generous openings allow plenty of light to flow into the apartment and open up sweeping views of the city, the river and neighboring parks - urban living in an idyllic privacy.
With its "Florentine Quarter" and "Little Soho" and thanks to its immediate location right by the river, Deutschherrnufer is a resort, where culture, gastronomy and leisure meet an urban lifestyle. The well-known "Gerbermühle" with a classic, upscale beer garden, the restaurant "A Casa di Tomilaia", which belongs to one of the best Italian restaurants in the city, as well as the up-and-coming old Sachsenhausen with its bars, event locations, the Hotel Lindenberg and sophisticated clubs are all within walking distance. Architectural highlights such as the Main Plaza and the ECB are also nearby. The Museumsufer, which is only a few minutes away, offers world-class museums, the two banks of the Main river are ideal for strolling and jogging, and the numerous restaurants, bars and shops give this part of the city a particularly pleasant feel-good climate. The location is also characterized by excellent transport links. The motorway access to the A661 and the A3 and A5 can be reached in a few minutes. The Frankfurt Airport is about 15 minutes away by car and the S-Bahn and the tram are within walking distance. A bus stop is also right in front of the house.