Expect to encounter an eclectic, comfortable and inspiring home away from home, with easy flowing living and sleeping spaces.
As the visitor enters the light filled house they will find two separate entertaining areas to each side of the central hall, to the right is a unique games room featuring a rare ‘French Bébé Foosball’ machine, an original table soccer game from a café or games arcade, dating from the Art Deco period.
Through to the spacious, comfortable country kitchen, fully equipped to cater for eight house guests, furnished with an earthy, antique dining table, surrounded with vintage chairs, overlooked by an early European country dresser.
Mainbernheim is a municipality in Bavaria, Germany,4 kilometers to the south of Kitzingen (Landkreis, district of Kitzingen) in the direction of Nürnberg.
Abbey House, Abbey Lane and Abbey Farm all remain as testimony to the legacy left from those early days.In talks with the competent administrative offices and the borough councillor, the borough assembly and the parties seated in the assembly, pwr development Gmb H presented its plan to realise an attractive mix of different housing types and to raise the residential share from the previous allocation to 38 percent, to create an urban ambience in the new quarter, and to make the ground floor units available for commercial usage open to the general public, to make an extensive effort to meet the requirements for a green urban development – for instance, through green rooftop areas and squares – to create a public passage with an eclectic succession of differently proportioned squares and passageways, to implement a parking concept adequate for the site and including bicycle parking, e-bike charging stations, car-sharing spots, and a low resident-to-parking-spot ratio, to redevelop the existing buildings at Friedrichstrasse 112a b as residential buildings, and to establish the former art venue “Tacheles” as central component of the quarter and a significant future attraction by earmarking it for continued cultural usage.“The proactive exchange with the stakeholders in town planning and the body politic has helped us to get a better idea of the borough’s needs and to integrate them into our plans,” emphasised Sebastian Klatt, Managing Director of pwr development Gmb H.As you enter Sedgebrook village past the Old Primary and Grammar Schools, sadly closed in 1984 due to falling numbers, you are greeted by the Village Green, proudly housing the Chestnut Tree commemorating George V Silver Jubilee.As you continue on, the magnificent St Lawrence Church is ahead in all its glory, built of Golden Ironstone with the original North Arcade dating back to the 12 Century.