Sechshauser Straße 34, 1150 Vienna

The Object

This representative middle apartment building is an attractive Viennese „Gründerzeit“ style structure erected at the turn of the 20th century. The object is located on a 560 m² lot and comprises a total of some 1,550 m² of lettable floor space divided into 1,416 m² of flat space made up of 22 flats and 134 m² of commercial space.

The building features two large oriels stretching across two storeys. The street-side façade has been attractively structured using window pilasters, profiled window sills, stucco ornaments, horizontal 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 2007 to 2008. 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 seven new two-level attic floor flats. These newly created flats feature a total residential space of 400 m² plus some 10 m² of terrace space at very well-lettable flat sizes between 43 m² and 66 m².

The rehabilitated flats feature spacious and high rooms, modern bathrooms, toilets and built-in kitchens. These flats’ electrical, gas, water and heating installations were rehabilitated, too. At the same time, a new lift with a spacious lift cabin suitable for handicapped people was installed.

The building at Sechshauser Straße 34 is located in the immediate vicinity of the underground stations Gumpendorfer Straße and Längenfeldgasse. From there, one can take underground line U4 to get to Vienna’s inner city in no time.

World-famous Schönbrunn palace, the former summer residence of the Austrian Emperor with its park areas and the zoo is just a 10 minutes’ drive away.

Westbahnhof, one of Vienna’s two large railway stations, can be found in the city’s 15th district, close to the inner-city traffic hub that is Gürtel Ring Road. Mariahilfer Straße, running along the structure’s southern side, represents a direct connection to the city centre.

Located close by is the largest event centre in Austria and one of the leading event locations in Europe – Wiener Stadthalle. Almost every international star has performed on its stage at least once. Musicals are staged there regularly and attract spectators in their thousands. Stadthallenbad public pool and an ice skating rink round off the entertainment programme.

 
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