With its richly decorated clinker brick façade, the old building at Wiederitzscher Straße 25, which was built in 1905, fits perfectly into the Wilhelminian style so typical of Leipzig and impresses with its well-kept overall impression throughout. This is also continued in the expertly renovated staircase. All staircases and landings were recently refurbished, and walls and ceilings were redesigned in terms of color - all in fine coordination with the monument protection authorities. Despite the harmonious aesthetics of the old building, future residents will by no means have to do without modern comforts. The apartments for sale have also been renovated. New parquet flooring, tiles, sanitary objects and switch programs are part of the stylish basic furnishings of the 2- to 2.5-room apartments measuring between 61 and 81 square meters. In addition, the historic apartment entrance doors have been repainted and the suspended ceilings in the hallways have been fitted with indirect lighting. Meanwhile, the communal and courtyard areas boast a practical trash room and numerous bicycle parking spaces. And what there is no more room for in the apartments themselves can be stored in the cellar rooms in the basement or the storage rooms in the stairwell.
By streetcar in less than 20 minutes at the main station, by car in about six minutes at the zoo: In the Wiederitzscher Straße you are thanks to an excellent local transport network wonderfully connected to the center of Leipzig - if you want to leave the idyllic district of Gohlis-Süd at all. Gohlis-Süd offers a relaxed atmosphere, friendly residents, charming cafés and restaurants, and beautiful streets lined with impressive Gründerzeit buildings. The district, which is particularly popular with families and couples, also has a lot to offer in terms of culture: The Gohliser Schlösschen (Gohlis Palace), complete with its enchanted baroque garden, hosts exhibitions, readings and concerts that are very popular throughout Leipzig. Pure nature, on the other hand, can be found in the adjacent city oases of Rosental and Auwald, whose numerous meadows, ponds, meandering watercourses and paths invite visitors to take long walks and sunbathe. The result: a harmonious blend of high quality of living, proximity to the center and nature, rounded off by detailed turn-of-the-century architecture.