Obere Amtshausgasse 14, 1050 Vienna

The Object

The corner apartment building at Obere Amtshausgasse 14 was built in 1895. In the course of the conversion and rehabilitation measures, the object was extended by one standard floor and one attic floor. The smooth façade, too, was comprehensively rehabilitated and coated in a friendly yellow. Furthermore, a new lift was installed during revitalisation work. The flats were comprehensively rehabilitated and equipped with new wall and floor covering as well as new kitchens and bathrooms.

Rehabilitation

The building was comprehensively rehabilitated in 2006. 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 to house 4 new attic floor flats. These newly created flats feature a total space of 230 m² plus some 13 m² of terrace and balcony space at well-lettable flat sizes between 48 m² and 67 m².

This property is located in a quiet residential area right in the heart of Margareten district. Reinprechtsdorfer Straße, a shopping street, is located in its immediate vicinity. The object is ideally linked to the public transport system through a station of underground line U4 as well as stops of the bus lines 12A, 14A and 59A.

This location distinguishes itself through being close to many shopping opportunities as well as the neighbourhood’s density of schools. The object is located in the immediate vicinity of several small parks.

Margareten used to be known as a typical workers’ district. In this district, one can find some charming inner courtyards that are being put to stylish and idyllic use, particularly by restaurants. Compared with other districts, Margareten boasts fewer attractions yet captivates through its exceptionally favourable central location within Gürtel Ring Road as well as through the availability of large volumes of residential space.

The area around Naschmarkt, Vienna’s largest public retail market, is particularly popular. It was planned by Otto Wagner in the early 20th century and today marks a hot spot for gourmets.

 
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CPI Immobilien GmbH
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1090 Wien

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