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As a standalone complex, the two residential buildings are slightly set back and sheltered behind the small front gardens on Rolshover Kirchweg. Across the street lie the parklands of Deutzer Friedhof with its dense stock of trees, providing a lush and leafy view. The façade is structured by broad windows that give you a first idea of how bright the residential accommodation inside must be. In summer 2020, the buildings will be repainted in a classy hue of sand and slate, and thereby upgraded even further. Stairwells will be redone according to the same colour scheme, as will the entranceways and the apartment doors. The standard floors of the houses, which are more or less identical, divide into two uniform flats with symmetrically opposed floor plans. One of the houses includes an extra 2-bedroom flat on the lower ground floor. All of the flats on the standard floors have 2,5 bedrooms and footprints of 80 to 81 square metres. The bedrooms as well as the kitchen, bathroom and convenient storage room are all accessed from the central hallway. The bathrooms are filled with natural light and feature both shower and tub. A smallish bedroom of barely 10 square metres faces the street. Each of the two larger rooms of 16 and 21 square metres, respectively, has access to the continuous, south-west-facing balcony. This enhances the liveability by providing a view of the garden’s rich verdure. It features a lawn plus a sandbox and playground equipment for outdoor fun. The basement is accessible from either staircase, and divides into 14 storage lockers, a clothes-drying room and two garages, one of which serves as a bicycle storage room. The property also includes four garages attached to the side of the building. Property homepage: www.wohnung-kaufen-koeln.de Drone footage: https://youtu.be/XXAH5Lm2VXA ACCENTRO App for iOS https://goo.gl/KvMJTa und für Android https://goo.gl/ACqL6H
With a population of around 1.1 million, Cologne is Germany’s fourth-largest city. Its name dates back to antiquity, when it was a colony ("colonia" in Latin) of the Roman empire and a prospering trading metropolis. To this day, many artefacts, which are proudly preserved, testify to the city’s 2000-year history. Towering over the city is its landmark, the Cologne Cathedral. As the most populous city in the state of North Rhine-Westphalia, Cologne continues to serve as prominent trade and transportation hub. Home to the country’s second-largest inland port, it benefits from its proximity to the Ruhr and to the Benelux countries. Its steady growth is also driven by its role as a major trade fair and business centre. The per-capita gross domestic product and purchasing power well exceed the national average. Internationally, the city is known for its appeal and high liveability, not least because of the sanguine mentality of the local populace. The joie-de-vivre that typifies natives of the Rhineland and an easy-going open-mindedness become most visible during the carnival season. The latter is the social highlight of the year and generates more than 600 million euros in revenues. Located across from the old town centre, this side of the river has its own charm and is increasingly popular as residential area. The riverbank boasts not only a panoramic view of the historic town centre across the river, but also local recreational areas like the Rheinpark and Pollerwiesen nature reserves. Their southern parts extend into Poll, a district that is part of the borough of Porz. Poll is known for its high leisure and recreational value. Historically a farming and fishing village, it is now home to internationally prospering businesses and enterprises. But Poll is one thing above all: authentic, straight-forward, a Rhineland native.
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