Saxony Leipzig Plagwitz
This is an opportunity to purchase apartments in the trendy district of Leipzig Plagwitz, exactly opposite the "Schaubühne Lindenfels".
Karl-Heine-Boulevard - this is probably a very recent popular name for a part of Leipzig's Karl-Heine-Strasse, which stretches its entire length from Clara-Zetkin-Park (from the end of Käthe-Kollwitz-Str.) to the west of Leipzig.
When the loose development, preferably characterised by villas on large plots of land, ends and you have left the building of the Criminal Senate of the Federal Court of Justice behind you on the right, the second part of the street begins and stretches from the Felsenkeller to the König-Albert-Bridge (the Saxon King Albert and protégé of the Leipzig industrialist and Reichstag member Karl Heine willingly gave his name, as you can read here and there). In Leipzig's west, this part of Karl-Heine-Strasse has developed into a new boom boulevard in just a few years. Dozens of small shops, cafés, bistros and workshops crowd the 650 metres between Felsenkeller and König-Albert-Brücke. Nowhere is Leipzig currently more creative and hip. And yet the street has also remained normal. Families and tourists, pensioners and students or artists on their way to one of the studios in the Spinnerei stroll here. You can see how the locations feel different from the pure affiliation to a district by the fact that Lindenauer live on the street just as Plagwitzer do: the border runs exactly down the middle of the street. Out of town on the right you live in Lindenau, on the left you have your shop or flat in Plagwitz.
The building was erected around 1890 in Karl-Heine-Str. in Leipzig-Plagwitz for the Hattar family, who came from Swabia. Around 1910, the ground floor was converted in favour of two shops.
The house was built in the Wilhelminian style and was extensively renovated and modernised in the late 1990s. The ground floor of the building initially consists of the two shops created in 1910. Both a hairdresser's shop and a coffee bar appreciate the location in Leipzig's west opposite the well-known "Lindenfels".
On each of the three upper floors there is a 2-room and a 3-room unit with a balcony. The attic floor has been converted and contains three smaller flats. The total rentable area in the house adds up to approx. 779 sqm.
The courtyard building was partitioned and sold in 2017.