Green views close to the city – life in the heart of nature. In close cooperation with the Monuments Authority and the Rhineland Regional Council (LVR), historical listed manor houses are carefully restored to the latest standards in new bloom after the building permit has been granted. The flats usually have a terrace on the inside of the square and a private garden on the outside. They also benefit from the large communal garden and usually have additional balconies or loggias on the upper floor. Everything is designed to enjoy the peace and quiet in the greenery away from the streets to the full. Through a generous and impressive gate system you can enter the protected and quiet green and living area of the estate. Shielded by a wooded area, garages, parking spaces and covered bicycle stands are available on the large property. The high quality of the project implementation in combination with a unique architecture ensures maximum security and high investment protection.
History of the project
The Vierkanthof, also known as Vierkanter (Austrian), is a type of farm and manor house in Austria and Germany. It can be either a single building of uniform material and height, rectangularly enclosing an inner courtyard, or four separate buildings, often of different heights and materials. The building materials are mostly fired bricks. Originally, these facades were not plastered – as a sign of the wealth of being able to afford the expensive fired bricks. The particularly thick walls of often half a metre – in exceptional cases, however, up to one metre – offer the advantage of the high storage mass. On hot summer days they provide a pleasantly cool climate, in winter they offer excellent thermal insulation.