A hidden gem on the edge of one of the finest and most authentic parts of the German Baltic coast. Shortly before the Danish border is this developed attic as part of a classic Fehmarner farmhouse. The view through the XXL panoramic windows along picturesque blooming rape fields, on the coast of the Orther Reede and remains at the picturesque lighthouse Flügge and the nature reserve "Krummsteert-Sulsdorfer Wiek" on the south-western tip of the island - at the other end of the bay . hanging
Outside breathtaking scenery as far as the eye can enjoy, inside a jewel of intimate charm of antique and modern furniture classics as well as the comfort of modern living culture experience. You will find a mix of antique furniture and design classics. Scandinavian design classics among other things, equipped with teak wood from manufacturers such as Cado, AKSEL Kjersgaard, Finn Juhl, Wegner, PP Möbler, Piet Hein & Bruno Mathsson, ...) and new furnishings (IKEA, Habitat, etc.), as well as antique classics from the Gründerzeit, Art Nouveau and the Roaring Twenties. The floor was expanded generously with lots of love, including the old beams of the roof slopes and largely according to the Scandinavian model in white held (white country house floorboards).
The space of the apartment has no equal. The converted attic has a floor space of about 330 square meters.
The attic is divided into a main house and an adjoining contained apartment.
The areas are broken down as follows:
Huge living room with panoramic views: 130sqm
Bedroom with east balcony: 22sqm
Large eat-in kitchen with access to the east balcony: 24sqm
Bedroom with views over the village: 17 sqm
Bathroom with shower, tub and 2 sinks: 14sqm
Sleeping loft with 2 bunk beds: 54sqm
Sleeping loft with a double bed: 34sqm
Bathroom: 5 m²
The large apartment can be reached by a spacious outdoor staircase. From the first level are the full bath to reach the kitchen and two of the five bedrooms. Two further bedrooms are located on a loft. The double bed room is located above a straight leg, walked in white held beechwood stairs and behind a gallery railing. Equipped with two bunk beds room on the second loft is accessed via an antique cast-iron office staircase that is coiled. The bunk beds can increase to 12 people.
This small apartment can be reached via a small hallway between and self-contained. It has a cozy bedroom with a 180cm wide double bed and a living area with a small kitchenette and a shower room.
Take advantage of the huge balcony around on the sun loungers every ray of sunshine to the sun island offers absorb and adopt the sun in purple, violet and pink. Sunsets are the specialty of this beautiful apartment. By the way: According to the statistics of the German Weather Office Fehmarn really the most hours of sunshine per year, making it the sunniest island in Germany.
If that's what you dream about your next holiday, then it is right for you.