FERDY is composed of houses 23 and 23a on Ferdinand-Jost-Strasse. The elegant features of the handsome Altbaus have been enhanced by a fresh coat of paint. Externally, the houses differ in only a few details, with green windows on house number 23 and brown windows on house number 23a. The divided inner courtyard, which also features a garden house, has recently been re-landscaped with a paved rubbish area and bicycle shelter and new parking spaces. Inside the buildings, the staircases exude Art Nouveau charm with lovingly decorated stucco. During renovation, the residential buildings received a new heating system and a revised letterbox system. At FERDY, aesthetics and comfort are in perfect harmony.
Stötteritz may not be one of Leipzig's most famous districts, but it is certainly one of its most beautiful. Located in the southeast of the Saxon metropolis, the area (called "Strietz" by the locals) is characterised by its proximity to the world-famous monument to the Battle of the Nations, well-kept streets, and an increasingly established neighbourhood ambience. More and more cafés and small boutiques are opening their doors in magnificent Wilhelminian style buildings, and are frequented by the young couples and families who reside in the relaxed quarter.