Extravagante attic duplex with a view to the Woog valley and a spacious terrace
The highlights are:
• open interior design
• terrace with north-west orientation
• balcony with south exposure
• master bedroom with gallery
• high quality marble and oak floors
• modern white fitted kitchen (wood) with black marble (all surfaces and cladding)
• new and modern master bath in white and black marble
• large fireplace in marble
• view to the Woog valley and the Königsteiner castle
• garage parking space can be purchased separately
- Status Sold
- Monthly cost 354,00 EUR
- City Frankfurt
- Address Wiesbadener Strasse
- Rooms 3,5 rooms
- Size 120 m²
- Construction year 1988
The two-storey attic apartment provides an open design for a special living environment.
The distribution is classic with entrance area on the 1st floor, open fitted kitchen, living-dining area, fireplace, access to the large terrace, bedroom, small bathroom and a study. From an extremely large and open living-dining area with marble fireplace, one has direct access to the beautiful ca.15 square meter north-west facing terrace, from which one has an incomparable view of Königsteiner Castle and the nearby Woog valley.
From the 1st floor you reach the master bedroom with a modern, white-painted steel staircase with a beautiful wooden gallery, wooden beams and ceiling heights up to 3.50 meters.
The adjoining master bath with natural daylight is finished in high quality black and white marble, with a large shower and bath, many mirrors and two sinks offering all the comforts of a modern, contemporary bathroom.
The exquisite materials such as black and white Carrara marble and the oak parquet give the object its elegant touch.
From the 2nd floor one can reach the south facing balcony with views of Wiesbadener Straße. Through the many glass surfaces, the rooms are flooded with light and sun. The combination of white, black and wood tones is retained throughout the apartment. These restrained design guidelines open up scope for individual living requirements in furnishing or even decorations.
The floor plan concept offers space for private and communicative living needs.
A garage parking space can be purchased separately.
The building at the Woog valley has some typical features of the architecture of the 80s: play with round and angular shapes, white rough plaster or marble in the staircase.
The white facade is articulated by balconies and ribbons. In sum, a picture of contemporary architecture that is typical of the 80s in terms of formal language, color concept, material selection and ground plan conception is given.
The Wiesbadener Strasse extends across Königstein, from the Woog valley to the city center. It is a lively road that leads from the Johanneswald to Königstein and also to Wiesbaden. The Woog valley invites to long walks or to the daily jogging round.
The bus stop and the train station are just a stone's throw away and from here you can reach the city center via the A 66 in just 38 minutes. The best schools and kindergartens, such as the Kids Camp are also very easy to reach. In the immediate vicinity are the Königstein forest swimming pool, the famous excursion restaurant Rote Mühle, the Königstein train station and many shops. It takes only a few minutes to walk to the city center and thus one can easily experience the benefits of life in picturesque Königstein. In short, a perfect connection both by foot, car and public transport. Living in the countryside on the edge of the Taunus is combined with the benefits of the urban life of a small town neighboring the big city Frankfurt.