|External Dimension||25,21 x 10,06 m|
|Living Space||578,58 m²|
This beautiful, varied and externally rendered three-apartment block is an investment for the future, and will be occupied either by the children of the family or by the parents in their old age.
THREE IS THE MAGIC NUMBER
"This building comprises two maisonettes, with a further floor above. The clients, a family from Reutlingen, have created the concept of 'three houses in one' – initially for rent, to be used themselves in future. Naturally, their aim was to create a feeling of wellbeing and homeliness right from the start. Thus the building was designed as two maisonettes, each with two children's bedrooms, plus a separate top-floor flat. The kitchen, dining and living areas are on different floors of each maisonette: this makes maximum use of the view while preserving the privacy of each unit. The bathroom incorporates a generous spa area. The floors are laid with brushed 'ambient oak', and the walls fitted with black tiles. A utility room provides practicality, and relaxation is built in all year round thanks to lovely terraces and balconies, combined with the stove.
WHAT DO OUR CUSTOMERS WANT?
The high quality demanded of fixtures and fittings in rental properties require all builders and contractors to have a real eye for detail.
Each unit has its own Acalor direct condensation heat pump. Baufritz's green construction methods and the appropriate heating technology meet all local energy requirements and prerequisites for subsidies.
Clever division of the space into three separate residential units allows the straightforward use of the entire building by several generations of the same family. Energy supply to each unit is separate, which provides further independence.
THE BEST OF BAUFRITZ
Experts in banking and building single out timber buildings as having a high resale value. Baufritz buildings are well worth living and investing in, now and for future generations.
The options inherent in Baufritz architecture allow our buildings to be extended by a further floor. For example, a hidden door frame can be opened up as required.