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Welcome to the listed residential building at Ottostrasse 14. Centrally located in a central historic district and near the Church of the Holy Spirit, the well-appointed Belle Époque building with its bright façade and beautiful pediment welcomes residents and visitors alike. The three-storey building with a neat plaster facade and saddle roof was built in 1913. Even the stair case with its chiaroscuro of ebony-and-cream turned handrails seems to extend a warm welcome. Anyone who is fond of period buildings will feel at home here and appreciate the bright and clever layout solutions as well as the central and yet quiet location. Available units in this multi-unit dwelling include three cleverly laid-out 2-bedroom flats with floor areas of 42 to 50 square metres, some of which feature private patios, tub-equipped bathrooms and separate storage rooms. Two of the flats have the use of patios that lend themselves to the creation of lush and leafy little retreats. Heat and hot water are supplied to the residential full basement building via a gas-fired central heating system. The historic property underwent periodic reinstatement measures over time. Most recently, the historic entrance door was modernised and repainted. Property homepage: www.wohnung-kaufen-rostock.co.uk Drone footage: https://youtu.be/DIYCcn-gjp8 ACCENTRO App for iOS https://apple.co/1LJVMpq and for Android https://bit.ly/1L0jFbp
In the heart of an attractive district properly called Kröpeliner-Tor-Vorstadt but often abbreviated into "KTV" and in any case particularly popular among students and other young people, this residential building on Ottostrasse is embedded in the historic town centre. This part of town with its population of roughly 19,000 residents lies west of the medieval town core and south of the Unterwarnow section of the river. It owes its name to Rostock’s historic main western city gate, Kröpeliner Tor. The district has its very own charm, and lies within easy reach of all the nice things in town. Take, for instance, the cinema on the edge of the Hansaviertel quarter, the Rostocker Volkstheather playhouse between Doberaner Platz and Kapuzenhof, and a street colloquially called "Kö": Kröpeliner Strasse, the city’s high street in the heart of the historic town centre, runs from Kröpeliner Tor to the Neuer Markt square. There are numerous small cafés, bistros and restaurants in the vicinity, along with day-care centres, schools and supermarkets. In the area along Ottostrasse, you have a rich gastronomic variety to choose from. It is also a great address in terms of recreational benefits. Just a short walk away lies Lindenpark, one of the most popular recreational and leisure destinations in Rostock. It is a great place for taking breaks in a peaceful yet central location any time of year. Going for a walk or run, having a picnic or just letting the little ones romp around: A home on Ottostrasse in Rostock puts you within easy reach of a green oasis. Almost as close is the bank of the River Warnow, another great place for catching a sea breeze. You will spy new things every day here as you watch ocean-going vessels, pleasure boats, cabin cruisers and leisure boat captains pass. There are marinas and water surfaces far as the eye can see, because the mouth of the river, called Unterwarnow, extends from Rostock’s historic town centre all the way to the port of Warnemünde.
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