This apartment is located in central Mülheim, on the Danube Bike Path and overlooking the castle. The modern architecture and the quality facade design make it a real eye-catcher, but its true uniqueness is revealed only when you enter: the house is a model for sustainable building and barrier-free living. The wheelchair-accessible, 85 sqm ground floor apartment offers comfortable living for young and old in light-flooded rooms. The holiday home features an open-plan living, dining and kitchen area, two bedrooms, a terrace and a large garden.
What to do
Hiking and biking tours, climbing in the Nature Park Upper Danube, fishing and canoeing in the Danube, trips to the castles Wildenstein and Werenwag, Kolbinger cave, open-air museum Neuhausen, fossil museum in Dotternhausen, Sigmaringen Castle, Beuron Monastery,
trips to the Black Forest and Lake Constance, thyssenkrupp Test Tower in Rottweil, MAC Museum Art Cars Singen - Art Museum & Automuseum, Campus Galli, Inline Sports Arena Geisingen, deear adventure forest, mini golf, water park in Tuttlingen, indoor swimming pool with sauna in the immediate vicinity, cinema, visit to the neighboring farm, children's ski school in winter. Child care and babysitter on request, during the summer holidays children can participate in the holiday program of the city Mühlheim.
Why we like this house
A modern, child-friendly apartment located right between the Black Forest and Lake Constance. The Donaubergland offers many opportunities for activities for all ages.
This house is great for
For holidays with the family, as a couple or with friends. Also suitable for for people with disabilities.
Details of the property
Region/Town: DE – Germany, Baden-Württemberg, Mühlheim an der Donau
Name: Ferienwohnung mit Schlossblick
Scenery: small town in the Upper Danube Nature Park
Number of guests: 4 (+1) people
Design: Cornelia Lurz, Konstanz
Published: e.g. Deutsche BauZeitschrift (DBZ), CUBE, Regio TV Bodensee, Architekturmagazin ENTREE, bauemotion.de, barrierefrei.de, Architectural Guide Tuttlingen 2015
Awards: Promotion through the Schwäbisch Hall Foundation "build-dwell-live"
1-2 (house/apartment), 1-4 (house/apartment), 1-6 (house/apartment), Apartment, Baden-Württemberg, Border Triangle on the Upper Rhine, DE – Germany, Energy efficiency, Family, Garden, Hiking, Lake/river, Modern, No barriers