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In accordance with statutory regulations, the gross purchase price (inc. value added tax) is applicable for owner-occupation; for use as a holiday rental property the net purchase price (without value added tax) applies.
Property description Schloss Hohen Niendorf:
Authenticity and attention to detail – these were our two main focuses when renovating Hohen Niendorf Palace. Alterations, to the interior only, allow us to create 21 apartments. Those on the ground and garden floors will have terraces; on the upper floors the apartments will have balconies. All residents in the Palace will have access to the sauna and quiet room, to the salon with its open fireplace, which can be used for conferences or as a library or wine tavern.
The historic building will also be provided with a lift system suitable for disabled residents.
The palace gardens at Hohen Niendorf Hunting Lodge, with their rare trees and shrubs, are a treasure for nature lovers and dendrologists alike. The history of the palace gardens begins in 1866, when the famous Rostock landscape gardener, Wilken, landscaped the gardens at Hohen Niendorf in the English style. His design encompassed the near-by Stone Age and Bronze Age tombs and the architect also imported conifers, such as Douglas firs, yews and cypress trees, from all over the world and used them to great effect. Niendorf’s palace gardens were famous among horticultural connoisseurs, even in the early 20th century.
The Hohen Niendorf Hunting Lodge is easily reached by car: it is around 90 minutes from Hamburg on the A20 motorway, and some twoand-a-half hours’ drive from Berlin. The palace is approximately 30 kilometres from the Bad Doberan motorway exit. Hohen Niendorf is ab mere 5 kilometres or so from the coast and some 15 kilometres from Heiligendamm and Bad Doberan.
Excursions to the cities of Rostock and Wismar, some 30 kilometres away, can easily be undertaken using public transport, with journey times of around an hour.
Culture at the highest level – Hohen Niendorf lies in a region rich in art treasures. Important collections can be viewed in the numerous museums in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, including the State Museum in Schwerin, which showcases art from the Middle Ages to the 20th century.
Music fans and theatre-lovers will not be disappointed here on the coast, with the Mecklenburg State Theatre in Schwerin and the Volkstheater in Rostock. The Störtebeker Festival on the island of Rügen (June to September) is a particular highlight. Another summer attraction is the annual Festspiele Mecklenburg, Germany’s third-largest music festival, with more than 100 concerts taking place at different venues throughout the region. These include Bad Doberan and Heiligendamm, both close to the Hunting Lodge.
The historic old towns in Stralsund and Wismar are designated UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Along the coast itself, spa-resort architecture with white balconies, verandas and risalits transport visitors back to the end of the 19th century. The best examples of this style are the “White Town by the Sea” in near-by Heiligendamm.
You will find many sports opportunities within striking distance of Hohen Niendorf. Golfers will be delighted by the par-27 championship course at Wittenbeck, with views of the Baltic Sea; equestrians will love the horses at the Hof Böldt riding stables in near-by Kühlungsborn. Of course, water sports enthusiasts will head for the sea to enjoy swimming and diving (with wrecked ships to discover!), sailing and surfing, kite surfing and water skiing and canoeing or kayaking water tours.