FREEHOLD HOUSE IN THE CITY CENTRE OF OSCHATZ, SAXONY, GERMANY
Hospitalstrasse 17, Oschatz, Germany
City Centre property
374 SQM internal space plus 39SQM rear annex building
Built in 1739
Sited in a very attractive street comprising a mixture of shops (Sports shop, clothes shop, flower shop, Coffee/Cake shop etc) this home is almost 300 years old. Mentionable on the corner is a McPaper shop, a paper shop, Mr Macdonald would not be happy but that’s between him and the proprietor of the McPaper shop.
Your 3-floor property is perfect for conversion to a guest house or family home. Because the town is so developed a total move after converting the property into your own space is viable. The locals are friendly, the amenities are aplenty, the surroundings simply outstanding.
As well as house, this building also sports shop frontage, you can open a shop once more here (Other shops around are very busy), have it as an office, or have it as part of the house, making it even bigger.
There's plenty to chat about in 13th Century OSChatz. Only 37 Miles to Leipzig, this rather convivially named town lies in the lowlands of Saxony, nestled within the forested regions of the Dahlener Heath and the Wermsdorf Forest. A great connection to the A14 autobahn, you certainly will not need a 4x4 in winter.
As an administrative centre for 14 other towns, expect the kids (Should you have them) to be dragging you around the animal zoo (Tiergehege Oschatz), also in town is:
- The Klosterkirche (Large medieval monastery church)
- O-Treasure Park
- The Wilde Robert steam train running over a 70KM route
- Waagenmuseum (Weighing technology museum, going from 1845 to the GDR era to the present day)
Like many preserved towns, the centre of OSschatz is home to the Altmarkt. The Altmarkt with its old market fountain is host to the towns open air market, founded 900 years ago. Modified over the years. The entire town centre was reconstructed in 2003 back to the way it was with a new fountain, sculpture, plants and more. The new fountain features the bird, the dragon, the fish and the elephant, each stands for the four elements of water, air, fire and earth. The town centre is a pedestrian zone now, during the long summers the town centre is alive with families enjoying this wonderful town.
For your first visit, you should take a tour of the town. Local expert Johanna Sophia Lochmann takes visitors on a 1.5 Hour tour. The tour begins at the enchanting Altmarkt, after which you gradually get to see more of the town. The historical centre has been restored including the "Burgher houses" which you can explore freely. At the end of the tour, "Gasthaus Zum Schwan" is the perfect place to relax in one of the oldest Saxon inns of Germany. The Oschatz information tour is a great way to get to know this extraordinary town.
For kids, there is a large boating pond, huge park and brand new crazy golf course. For shoppers, you won’t need to leave town for anything, from clothes to groceries you are spoilt for choice right here.
One more attraction in this fabulous town simply must be mentioned. The Thomas-Müntzer-Haus Oschatz (See image). In addition to cultural events such as concerts, audio-visual events and other entertainment programs, Thomas-Müntzer-Haus also offers visitors the chance to see some impressive dance events. It has a state-of-the-art stage, event and top of the range presentation technology in five impressive rooms (Great Hall, Small Hall, Gallery, St Aegidian View and Altmarktblick). The Thomas-Müntzer-Haus is perfect for events and meetings with up to 435 participants. The huge foyer is 280m².
As with any property in the whole world, bidders should always assume that work may be required. Furniture and fittings are usually included; however no inventory has been taken and none have been tested, including any appliances within the property. We have not counted how many chests of drawers there are, nor how many pairs of lace curtains are in the house etc. We have not made toast in the toaster, so have no idea if it works. You are bidding for 100% freehold ownership of the property itself. Any contents that may be left within the property, good and bad, such as treasure stashed under floorboards, rubbish thrown under the couch or between the seats, antique cabinets or broken furniture fit for the tip etc are the responsibility of the buyer.
YOU ARE BUYING A FREEHOLD UNENCUMBERED PROPERTY WITH DEEDS
SIMPLE PAYMENT TERMS : Full payment by bank transfer must be received in GBP by 5pm the day following the auction.
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