No wonder that the old building at Eilenburger Str. 36, built in 1908, is a listed building. Its detailed window roofing and ornaments bear witness to the high architectural art of the Wilhelminian period and fit in excellently with the surrounding old building ambience. Not only the street and courtyard facades were recently repainted, but also the staircase and the historic entrance doors were redesigned. Nevertheless, future residents will not have to do without today's living comforts. Modern video intercom systems, underfloor heating and the carefully renovated apartments show that the representative Gründerzeit building has arrived in the here and now. The ten apartments are distributed over the first floor, three standard floors and the attic. The apartments range in size from two to four rooms, or 85 to 110 square meters. A versatile floor plan spectrum that is suitable for singles as well as couples and families. Each of the apartments impresses with new parquet floors, tiles and modern bathrooms. In addition, many of the ceilings score points with original stucco ornamentation alongside the heights of over three meters typical of old buildings. Practical basement rooms and bicycle storage spaces in the courtyard area add extra space and storage to the generously sized residential units.
Reudnitz-Thonberg, located in the southeast of Leipzig, has a charm all of its own. Rough graffiti walls meet carefully renovated Gründerzeit buildings, young families and professionals meet politically engaged students and individual creative minds. Thanks to a lively bar and pub scene, inspiring cultural offerings and original restaurants, it never gets boring. Flea markets, district festivals and citizens' initiatives bring diversity to everyday life. Restaurants with international menus provide culinary variety. Galleries present the latest from the art scene. And green spaces like Lene-Voigt-Park offer plenty of room for strollers and idlers.