Breitenfurter Straße 29, 1120 Vienna

The object

This representative apartment building is an attractive Viennese „Gründerzeit“ style structure erected at the turn of the 20th century. The building was erected as a representative middle building and features a basement floor, a ground floor, three additional upper floors and a newly built attic floor. The street-side façade has been structured with graceful floral stucco elements from Vienna’s Art Nouveau period, window sills and profiled cordons with crown cornices providing a very good picture of the „Gründerzeit“ era more than 100 years ago.


The building was comprehensively rehabilitated from 2002 to 2003. Rehabilitation work was not restricted to the vacant flats on the standard floors which were updated to meet higher standards and converted to more modern floor plans. It also involved the removal of the entire attic floor and the erection of a new roof truss housing four new attic floor flats. These newly created flats feature a total space of 348 m² at very well-lettable flat sizes between 71 m² and 100 m². All attic floor flats feature terraces.

The rehabilitated flats feature spacious rooms, some of which are more than 3 m high, modern bathrooms, toilets and new built-in kitchens. These flats’ electrical, gas, water and heating installations, too, were entirely brought up to date. At the same time, a new lift was installed in the stairwell.

The property in Vienna’s 12th district stands out with its excellent location, transport connections and infrastructure. The shopping street of Meidlinger Haupstraße as well as the gardens of Schönbrunn Palace are located nearby. Stops of the lines U6, S1, S3, S15, 62, 7A, 8A, 15A and 62A all lie in the immediate vicinity. One can get to Vienna State Opera at the Ring Road in the 1st district in a matter of 15 minutes by tramway line 62.

The 12th district is located in the south of Vienna. This district’s attractions include Hetzendorf Palace which today houses the City of Vienna’s Fashion School and the adjoining palace gardens. The Renner Institute, a hotel, a restaurant and a café are now located in Altmannsdorf Palace, a former Biedermeier palace.

Meidling district furthermore borders Schönbrunn Palace’s gardens – a breathtakingly beautiful and recreational park and Vienna’s most popular attraction.

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CPI Immobilien GmbH
Hahngasse 3
1090 Wien

Tel: +43 1/409 54 40-0