Address Villa Hohe Tanne
Villa Hohe Tanne
Architect's villa with pool, tree-lined 1,000 m² plot and wine cellar
The highlights are:
- large living and dining area, open fireplace and split level
- open and airy living feeling paired with many "cozy" corners to feel good
- air-conditioned upper floor with 3 bedrooms, 2 walk-in closets and 2 bathrooms
- billiard area, sauna, fitness room and wine cellar underline the luxurious character of the house
- architectural highlights such as floor-to-ceiling window fronts, oak parquet and anthracite-coloured steel columns
- chic outdoor pool of 6 x 3 meters with solar heating and counter current system
- ingrown approx. 1,000 sqm large plot with old tree population
- japanese-style exterior ambience with maple trees and erratic blocks
- separate garage with space for two cars and additional storage space
- alarm system with connection to security service
- free of charge from the end of the year
- location in the noble quarter of Hohe Tanne
- Status For sale
- Price 1.497.000 EUR
- Monthly cost
- City Frankfurt
- Area Hanau
- Address Villa Hohe Tanne
- Rooms 8 rooms
- Size 305 m² I Architect's villa with pool, tree-lined 1,000 m² plot and wine cellar
- Floor Garden level, upper floor, basement
- Construction year 1986 (2005 und 2015)
This classic hipped-roof villa is located in the beautiful noble quarter of Hohe Tanne on the north-western outskirts of Hanau in the middle of an extensive forest area. The quarter consists mainly of representative villas with park-like plots. A place to feel at home, especially for families and yuppies who want to escape the urban jungle.
The property was built in 1986 and is situated on a beautifully landscaped, ingrown plot of approx. 1,000 sqm with old trees in absolute privacy. A chic outdoor pool completes the holiday flair. Due to extensive conversion and extension measures as well as continuous renovation work, the property is in an absolutely new state and therefore immediately ready for occupancy.
The total of 305 sqm living space is distributed over three generous, luxurious floors. The floor plans are extremely smartly designed and the furnishings are consistently high-quality and timeless. On the ground floor with an open living and dining area as well as an open fireplace, large kitchen with gas stove and pantry, reading room/library and guest toilet. You can experience the fantastic garden directly through the floor-to-ceiling window elements and optimal south orientation. On dark winter days the open fireplace gives the feeling of a cosy retreat - pure "Hygge" feeling.
The entire ground floor is surrounded by nature, which you can not only see but also enjoy with all your senses. Split levels and different lines of sight define the architecture of the house and create an especially open and airy living feeling paired with many "cozy" corners.
On the upper floor there are 3 bedrooms, 2 dressing rooms, a large balcony/loggia, 2 bathrooms and a sauna area. A lot of space with SPA feeling, but also a great fit for a big family.
In the basement, which has been equipped with large daylight windows, there is the utility room, a hobby/fitness room and a guest area. Guest room can easily be converted with an outside staircase to a separate au pair area or to a granny flat. Another highlight is an air-conditioned wine cellar.
The interior shines in white just like the exterior of the house. Against the clear white of the walls and ceilings, the oak parquet flooring in all rooms (and stairs) is a natural material. Isolated colour accents such as the anthracite-coloured steel columns in the bedrooms and staircase or grey-green sliding doors to the bathroom add a touch of lightness to the living and colour concept.
The result is a holistic design and living concept that is clear and yet cosy. Here you get the rare opportunity to acquire a property that perfectly embodies today's living requirements.
The striking feature of the building is its symmetry, which can be seen on the structure with its characteristic hipped roof. The dormers also fit into this structural concept. Only details such as the window rhythm or bay window motif playfully interrupt this order. The roof surfaces, some of which are drawn down low, promote a feeling of security.
Particularly beautiful here are some zones directly bordering the house. The garage and the door with grey wooden slats created a small, intimate space in front of the entrance. The maple and the two erratic blocks give this area an almost Japanese ambience.
Also in front of the kitchen is a small patio with a similar appearance. The highlight in the garden is the large outdoor pool in classic turquoise. On 6 x 3 m you can do your lanes here, cool down, or relax.
The villa thus offers holiday feelings all year round: on the deck chair by the pool, at a barbecue in the private "forest" or in winter at evenings by the fireplace with a nice glass of Amarone. Daily relaxation from everyday life - what more can you expect from living!
Within the framework of the garden city movement, the municipal council of Wachenbuchen decided at the end of 1911 to build a settlement that would be oriented towards the Buchschlag villa district (Offenbach). This resulted in Hohe Tanne, which directly adjoins Wilhelmsbad with its former spa facilities, riding stables and golf course. The distance of only 17 km to Frankfurt makes this quarter so attractive today. It is only a 20-minute drive to Frankfurt city centre and 30 minutes to the airport, but the immediate surroundings also have a lot to offer: In Hanau's city centre there is the popular weekly market, the Main River with Philippsruhe Castle is just a short bike ride away and if you want to do sports professionally, the Hanau Tennis and Hockey Club is just around the corner. Those who want to go out for a snack in the evening on foot can go to the Kleine Parkwirtschaft, where you can sit in the beer garden in summer and eat grilled calamari.
Hanau has a wide range of very good educational towns and in the immediate vicinity you will find, among other things, the smallest, private day care centre Hanauer Winzlinge, the Wilhelm-Geibel-Schule and the time-honoured Hola-Gymnasium.