Vital stats: The 3 storey property was built in 1870 The property has a basement and large loft area Plot size is 324 SQM The property has a sizeable garden to the rear
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The property needs extensive renovation, this is reflected in the bargain basement price.
Sporting no less than 7 bedrooms spread over 3 floors on 4/5 apartments, this apartment block would be great as either long term apartment rentals, as a hotel or just a great big family home. What would be better than having a hideaway deep in the Thuringian Forest, surrounded by rivers, untouched mountains and smooth sweeping roads.
The Thuringian Forest (Thüringer Wald in German) forms a continuous range of ancient mountains with a total distance of 75 Miles in length and 22 Miles wide. For walking enthusiasts the Rennweg will be of interest. This ancient yet busy hiking path follows the summits along the main ridge, the ridges mark the boundaries between central/North Thuringia and Franconia. Either side of the Rennweg you'll find that dialogues are different, even at close distance.
The nearby castle of Wartburg (Where Martin Luther once lived) is a very busy attraction. Overlooking the town of Eisenach. On the world heritage list the castle was home to St Elisabeth of Hungary. Here, Martin Luther did the job of translating the New Testement of the bible into German. Wartburg is the most visited tourist attraction only to Weinmar. Much of the castle still retains original features from the 12th through to the 15th Centuries.
Castle tours of 45 minutes run from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. (April through October) or 9 a.m to 3:30 p.m. (November through March).
If you're into winter sports, the Thuringian Forest area sports no less than 13 winter sports resorts. Tabarz is a fantastic resort, there are three pistes and a nice lift to make the uphill ascent easy. Copy and paste this link for the Piste plan: http://www.tabarz.de/wp-content/uploads/2015/02/Pistenplan-Inselberg.pdf
Tabarz isnt just for winter sports though, its also got a summer toboggan run, basically a rollercoaster/gondolla ride that whisks riders at 40KM/HR around a track is brilliant fun. Also at Tabarz are flying fox rides, "Nautic jet", the "Luna Loop" and a trampoline park for all ages. If you like tree top trails (Or your hotel guests do) then the resort has 6 tree top trails, suitable from beginners to experienced thrill seekers.
In the town you'll find a supermarket, hotel, B&B's, clothes shop, tourist information office, museum and more.
Accommodation in your town is usually booked out, so there is clearly a space for new accommodation providers to come on board. At the edge of the town a museum lets visitors see how slate mining used to be done. The mine used to provide slate for countries across the world, nowadays kids and their parents marvel at how the work was done. The schieferpark (See: http://schieferpark.de/). Exhibits show visitors info on Slate production and technology, nature conservation, culture and history. You can go into most of the buildings, there are even caves here to explore with guides. At the site, slate was mined from 1300 to 1999 and converted into roof and wall slate as well as panels. The attraction is open all year round.
Look at all the photos, marvel at the high quality timber internal doors, the frontage, the lovely floors, this building is ripe for conversion into high quality accommodation.