Curiosity – broadening horizons

Ground floor, 137 m², with a south-west facing terrace

“Those who lack curiosity, discover nothing”, as Goethe once wrote, and one might well assume that he wouldn’t be the only one to feel content in this wonderfully versatile apartment. A communicative kitchen island centres the room, within view of the ample dining table, perfectly positioned to receive the morning sun. Three sets of south-facing French doors let the sun in, right inside the living space – with the adjoining terrace positioned towards the west. There are three sleeping options: a fold-out couch in the study; a small bedroom; and a large bedroom with magnificent panorama views of meadows, woods and parklands. The latter can be framed by drawing the curtains to compose panoramic details of varying size…

None of the other apartments allow one to experience the singularity of Parkchâlet’s position more than here. The eastern alcove by the dining area reveals the entire expanse of the hillside incline and entices one to engage in a little curious consideration of Louis-Nathan-Allee. The French doors and balconies on the south side serve as observation decks for the seasonally changing tableau. In the leafless period, one is granted an overview of the entire area. Springtime and summer give rise to a symphony in green, which gradually fades after an explosion of autumnal colour. The south-west terrace by the living area and external exit belonging to the large bedroom both lead one across the level meadow and into the adjacent park. Upon awakening, one is rewarded with stunning views from all the bedroom windows, attuning one to the day ahead.

2-5 person occupancy, € 220 per night
including bed linen, towels, final cleaning, value added tax & overnight tax

equipped with WiFi and flat screen television

additional bed for an adult, € 20 per night
additional bed for a child, € 10 per night
dogs permitted upon request € 15 per night
bicycle hire € 10 per day

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