Not far from the Stötteritzer Forest, the attractive new build at Oberdorfstraße 22-24 blends harmoniously into the well-kept streetscape. Behind its sleek facade, 24 1- to 4-bedroom apartments await new owners. In addition to aesthetic aspects, the building, which is comprised of a basement, four standard floors and a penthouse level, also offers advantages that make everyday life easier. In the basement there is a practical garbage room, a bicycle storage room with 50 spaces, a cellar compartment for each unit and 22 underground parking spaces. Two elevators take you comfortably to the upper floors. In order to cater to your personal taste preferences, all 24 apartments will be furnished in three different design lines, all of which have one thing in common: natural colors, modern shapes and high-quality products from renowned manufacturers. While the four ground-floor apartments each have a large terrace with special garden use rights, the balconies of the sixteen standard-floor apartments look out onto the lushly landscaped inner courtyard. The courtyard was laid out in a park-like manner and reveals stately trees as well as numerous green and recreational areas. Playground equipment and sandboxes are a particular delight for the younger residents and are complemented by a barbecue area, meadows and a gently curving path. The four penthouses have not one but two terraces, each with a different orientation. The one facing the street offers views of the urban panorama and the nearby Stötteritz Forest, while the one facing the courtyard captures the natural backyard atmosphere.
Leipzig has been one of the top 10 greenest cities in Germany for years, and rightly so. The inner-city parks, rivers and canals as well as the surrounding forests and lakes are known and loved far beyond the borders of Saxony. Every day, cyclists, joggers or paddlers benefit from the diverse natural offerings, which are accompanied by an equally diverse cultural and culinary repertoire. The district of Stötteritz is also characterized by its closeness to nature. The green center is the Stötteritz Forest with its pond and winding paths. The Güntz- and Wilhelm-Külz-Park as well as the spacious southern cemetery are only a few minutes away, making it easy to forget that you are in the middle of a big city. This is also true of the small-town feel of the neighborhood, which is characterized by neighborly interaction, friendly small shops and a well-kept Gründerzeit ambience.