Mariengasse 38, 1170 Vienna

The object

The structure was built as a representative middle building and features a basement floor, a ground floor, three additional upper floors and a newly built attic floor with roof terraces on top. The street-side façade has been attractively structured using window pilasters, profiled window sills, stucco ornaments, horizontal and vertical stucco grooves as well as profiled cordons with crown cornices and provides a very good picture of the „Gründerzeit“ era more than 100 years ago.

Rehabilitation

The building was comprehensively rehabilitated from 2013 to 2014. 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 3 new attic floor flats. These newly created flats feature a total space of 150 m² plus some 23 m² of terrace and balcony space at very well-lettable flat sizes between 39 m² and 56 m².

The building in Mariengasse is situated in a very quiet area in a low-traffic side alley of Wattgasse and close to Hernalser Hauptstraße, a street featuring many shops for one’s everyday needs. The apartment building is exceptionally well connected to the public transportation system. One can, for instance, get to Vienna’s inner city with all its attractions and the university in just 20 minutes. Stops of the tramway lines 9, 43 and 44 as well as the bus lines 10A and 42A are located in the immediate vicinity. A rapid railway stop of line S45 can be accessed on foot in a matter of 10 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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CPI Immobilien GmbH
Hahngasse 3
1090 Wien

Tel: +43 1/409 54 40-0
E-Mail: office@cpi.co.at