The knight’s castle has been on the list of monuments since 1985/1988 and is situated in a quiet location, yet in the centre of the village. With the newly built 26 residential units, surrounded by 20 semi-detached houses in further construction phases, it will become the first residential address. In the protected park the residents will find space to relax and the children will find space to play. Our property in the Rhein-Erft district is located in the middle of the city triangle of Cologne, Düsseldorf and Aachen. It is only 20 kilometres to the city of Cologne with its millions of inhabitants. The Benelux countries can also be reached quickly. The international airports Cologne/Bonn (45 km), Düsseldorf (65 km) and Maastricht/Aachen (85 km) can be reached in less than an hour. The port of Cologne Niehl is only 47 km away. The infrastructure is also excellent, shopping facilities, schools, hospital, etc. are in the immediate vicinity, and there are also numerous possibilities for leisure activities. Golf clubs, riding stables, an open-air swimming pool, a karting track of the seven-time Formula 1 winner, which is well known beyond the borders of the country, and the location directly adjacent to the nature reserve complete the offer. Gourmets are also catered for here – you are welcome to end a wonderful day in the star restaurant of the nearby castle. As you can see, the possibilities are manifold and will lead to an ideal living experience for the future residents.
The perfect harmony of historical roots and modern design language makes successful architecture worth living. Old building fabric is skilfully combined with industrial-looking girders and constructivist steel and glass elements – in between accents of filigree, satin-finished stainless steel. Transparent walls and accessible ceiling elements made of + glass as well as atriums create an airy feeling of space, while wooden floors are grounded in warm natural tones. Manor houses with attractive loft architecture and a symbiosis of listed buildings and modern design elements are rare and attractive for buyers and tenants alike. This has been the case in the past and will remain so in the future.