PLÖTZE.N˚17

PLÖTZE.N˚17 in the picturesque Old Town of Limburg is a half-timbered house from the 14th century which has been restored with great attention to detail. Now the half-timbered façade which was hidden under gray plaster for decades shines in its full beauty once again. The building has been carefully redeveloped for modern use and comprises a deli and wine shop as well as three apartments. Two of them are rented as holiday homes.

The attic apartment is spread over two floors. The living area with a small kitchen and dining area and a bathroom are located on the lower level. A staircase leads to the sleeping area under the gable. The apartment is characterized by the exposed timber beams, light-dark contrasts and a classic-contemporary décor. The smaller apartment on the second floor has a different appearance. The rooms (living room with kitchenette and dining area and a bedroom) are furnished in a retro style and decorated in muted tones. A nice detail is the series of historic box-type windows with leaded glass in the dining area.


What to do

Hiking, canoeing on the Lahn, biking

Why we like this house

Lovingly renovated apartments in a historic half-timbered house


Details of the property

Region/Town: DE – Germany, Hesse, Limburg an der Lahn

Name: PLÖTZE.N˚17

Scenery: historic center of a small town

Accommodation: Apartment

Number of guests: 2 persons each apartment

Architecture: Listed building - old, Old & new, Historical

Completed: 2014

Design: Stephan Dreier, Brechen-Niederbrechen

Published: Spiegel online 4/2017

Awards: Federal Award for Crafts in historic preservation 2014


1 Comments

Familie Schuldt said:

Ein wunderbares Objekt mitten in der Altstadt von Limburg. Beide Ferienwohnungen sind gemütlich, hervorragend ausgestattet und laden zum Wiederkommen ein. Wir haben das Adventwochenende genossen. Velen Dank dafür, Familie Schuldt aus Potsdam

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