Fusenhof

Fusenhof is an historic Black Forest house with a striking, expansive roof. Dating back to 1754, the building is idyllically situated amidst the meadows of the Dreisam valley, at the foot of the Black Forest Mountains near Freiburg. This heritage listed building was renovated over five years under the motto “the old will remain old, the new will become new”.  Its mighty roof was covered with aluminium roof tiles, and new wooden elements including windows, doors and balconies were made of silver fir just like the originals – yet they are clearly, recognisably new thanks to their light colour.

The traditional room layout has been retained. The centrepiece of this 260 square metre holiday home is the former “smoke-room” kitchen with a room height of four metres and a large panorama window. Here you will find modern kitchen facilities with a long dining table. Further living rooms are the corner parlour, with new rows of windows and a fireplace, as well as the parlour with a television and a sofa bed. The four bedrooms with their typically low ceilings and small windows have been preserved almost exactly as they were. The furnishings of these rooms have been kept deliberately simple, but are nonetheless of high quality. Some furniture pieces such as the beds were individually made.


What to do

Relaxing, cooking in large groups, grilling, hiking, cycling, winter sports (in 15 minutes you reach the mountain Schauinsland), city tours (Freiburg, Mulhouse and Strasbourg in France, Basel and Zurich in Switzerland, wine in the Kaiserstuhl and Markgräfler Land (30 - 40 minutes by car).

Why we like this house

Here you can spend your holidays in an authentic Black Forest farmhouse. Characterised by the contrasts between old and new, the building has retained its original flair. New elements are recognisably new, but blend in harmoniously with the old.

This house is great for

Perfect for large families and groups who want to spend time together.


Details of the property

Region/Town: DE – Germany, Baden-Württemberg, Black Forest, Kirchzarten (Freiburg)

Name: Fusenhof

Scenery: Between fields and meadows in the Dreisam valley, at the foot of the Black Forest Mountains

Accommodation: House

Number of guests: Max. 9 guests in 5 rooms (and aditionally 4 guests in the "farmhands' chambers")

Architecture: Old & new, Historical

Completed: 1754 / 2018

Design: Dr. Stefan Blum, St. Peter

Published: dach+holzbau 3/2018

Awards: Monument of the month April 2017, Denkmalstiftung Baden-Württemberg, Nomination Sanierungspreis Metall 2018


3 Comments

Juergen Dold said:

Wir waren eine Woche im traumhaften Fusenhof mit unserer Familie. Waehrend dieser Woche hatten wir Sonnenschein und haben mit unseren 3 Kids im Garten ueber einem Holzfeuer gegrillt, Wanderungen gemacht und die einzigartige Lage fuer Tagestrips genutzt. Es hat zweimal geregnet und zu diesen Zeiten war der umgebaute Heuboden ein idealer Ort zum rumtollen mit unseren Kids, Brettspielen und andere gemeinschaftliche Aktivitaeten. Der Fusenhof hat sehr viel Platz, ist hervorragend saniert und erlaubt mit dem Charme der Holzarbeiten und riesigen Balken absolutes Wohl fuehlen. Die Kueche ist sehr modern und gut ausgestattet. Badezimmer sind ebenso perfekt modern. Wir haben alles sehr genossen und kommen auf jeden Fall wieder.

Dr.Danuta Sobczak said:

Wunderbar eingerichtet, viel Geschmack – zum Wohlfühlen! Sehr nette Gastgeber und wir haben uns wirklich sehr wohl gefühlt. Perfekte Lage, nah an Freiburg, sehr ruhig.“

Franziska Reist said:

Dieses Haus ist mit so viel Können, historischem Kontext, Liebe zum Detail und Ästethik restauriert, dass man sich fast nicht satt sehen kann. An wunderbarster Lage lässt es sich im Fusenhof wunderbar verweilen, selbst wenn das Wetter schlecht ist, lässt der Hof viel Raum für Erholung. Es fehlt an nichts und die Gastgeber sind hervorragend. SEHR zu empfehlen.

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