Hernalser Hauptstraße 158, 1170 Vienna

The object

This object is a typical Viennese „Gründerzeit“ style structure erected at the turn of the 20th century. The object is located on a 1,169 m² lot and comprises a total of some 1,803 m² of lettable floor space divided into 13 flats and one shop on the upper floors and 3 objects used as business premises on the ground floor as well as a lift.

Special features

This relatively large object’s special feature is the fact that it actually extends across two street-side façades. It is thus divided into two wings. The larger of the two residential wings faces Hernalser Haupstraße and the other residential wing faces Gilmgasse, a side street. Both wings therefore lie on the same lot and are linked through a superstructure on the ground floor stretching across the entire property.


The building was comprehensively rehabilitated in 2010. In the process, the vacant flats on the standard floors were updated to meet higher standards, the rising mains were renewed and the façades rehabilitated. The rehabilitated flats feature spacious rooms more than 3 m high, modern bathrooms, toilets and new built-in kitchens.

The railway route of the suburban line runs through Hernals district in the network of the Viennese “S-Bahn” rapid railway and stops at Hernals station. This station is situated a mere 300 m from the „Gründerzeit“ style apartment building at Hernalser Hauptstraße 158.

U6 underground line’s Alser Straße station is located right on the border to the 9th district. Hernals district is furthermore excellently connected to the public transport system through tramway and bus stops. The apartment building itself is located directly at stops of the tramway line 43 and bus line 10A. Vienna’s Ring Road with its historical city centre can be reached without changing using tramway line 43 in a matter of 17 minutes. By car, you can even get there in a mere 5 minutes.

Hernals district lies in the north-west of Vienna’s metropolitan area and, from the geological perspective, right in the transition zone between the Alps and the Vienna Basin. Its Calvary Church is the district’s landmark and the identity-generating structure for Hernals’ residents.

Neuwaldegg Palace’s appeal is its enchanting Baroque architecture but its most distinguishing feature is its beautiful location in the middle of a spacious park with magnificent views of Vienna’s inner city.

Schwarzenbergpark is a park complex that seamlessly merges with Wienerwald forest. One can access this ‘green lung’ of Vienna and one of the largest recreation areas so well using public transport that the Viennese flock to it in their thousands on beautiful Sundays.

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