The sweeping landscape of the Germany’s Baltic Sea coast near the town of Kühlungsborn is set centre stage at the Finca Baltica. This timber house is located five kilometers from the coast in a wild and sprawling garden in the landscape conservation area of Kühlung. With its larch wood façade, the house integrates harmoniously into its surroundings. The raised structure with a wrap-around terrace features an overhanging roof that creates a delightful interplay of light and shade. With its panoramic windows the living area offers wide views across the meadows and fields. The house can accommodate up to 6 people as the space is made use of in clever ways; one of the bedrooms, for example, includes a built-in bunk bed in addition to a double bed. In the garden there is a 40 sq m sun-deck with a barbecue and dining area. On colder days, the sauna provides the perfect alternative – built on stilts it also offers beautiful views.
What to do
The beach is only 5 kilometers away. Swimming, horse riding, golfing, hiking, biking, and day-trips to Heiligendamm and Rerik.
Why we like this house
An uncomplicated and unpretentious building with lovely details - beautifully situated in a large garden with a broad views of the surrounding natural landscape.
This house is great for
Couples and families
Details of the property
Region/Town: DE – Germany, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Wichmannsdorf, Kühlungsborn
Name: Finca Baltica
Scenery: In a wild garden in a landscape conservation area
Number of guests: 1-6
Design: Björn Götte, Markus Stöcklein, Franchi & Franchi