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In the green district of Hösel, northeast of Ratingen, the two multi-family houses are located opposite a wooded area in Bahnhofstraße. The residential area radiates an inviting and quiet atmosphere with many trees, front gardens and a mixture of detached multi-family houses and single-family houses. The two detached residential buildings dating from 1963 are slightly set back from the street and are bordered by a green strip and front garden. Both houses are divided into 2- to 4-room flats with living spaces of around 70 to 99 square metres. The apartments are each equipped with a balcony facing the very quiet garden side. From the basement apartments you have access to your own garden via a terrace. All apartments offer additional useful storage space thanks to a storeroom. In the attic there are bright 1- to 3-room apartments with approximately 22 to 71 square meters. These are equipped without balcony, a subsequent installation of a roof terrace is here possible. For each dwelling is additionally a storeroom in the cellar. The owner community also includes nine garages and six car parking spaces. Insulated plastic windows ensure low energy consumption. Additional comfort is provided by one bicycle storage room per house as well as a drying and washing room in the basement. The Ratingen-Hösel S-Bahn station is just a few minutes' walk away, from where you can quickly reach the city centre as well as Düsseldorf, Essen and Cologne. There is also a direct bus connection from here to the centre of Ratingen. Drone footage: https://youtu.be/1_IKtRLWXn8 ACCENTRO App for iOS https://apple.co/1LJVMpq and for Android https://bit.ly/1L0jFbp
With a population of over 87,000, Ratingen is the largest city in North Rhine-Westphalia's Mettmann district and is located only about ten kilometres northeast of the centre of the state capital Düsseldorf. In Ratingen, everything that makes a city worth living and loving is united: culture, recreation and an excellent infrastructure. The city with the lion in its coat of arms moves between tradition and modernity and profits from its connection to the motorway network of the Rhineland and Ruhr area, to local and long-distance traffic as well as to the Rhine-Ruhr airport Düsseldorf and the nearby waterways. Ratingen presents itself as a modern industrial and service location with around 40,000 jobs. International companies such as Vodafone, Mitsubishi, HP Hewlett Packard and LG Electronics or SAP, Keramag, Makita Werkzeug and many others have settled in Ratingen and the surrounding area. Due to its proximity to Messe Düsseldorf and Messe Essen, the hotel and restaurant industry has developed into a decisive sector in the city. In addition to the optimal infrastructure and its green surroundings, Ratingen has become a city with a high quality of life thanks to its rich cultural and leisure offerings. Four museums, a city theatre, an all-weather swimming pool, an ice rink and a city hall with regular markets, exhibitions and festivals. The list can be continued with the Media Centre, which offers readings and classical concerts. The little ones can let off steam in the city area on about 140 playgrounds. With flea markets, craftsmen's and farmers' markets, traditional festivals on the one hand and a skater track, a lively young art scene and annual international athletics events on the other, Ratingen skilfully manages the balancing act between tradition and modernity.
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