ROMANTIC LIVING ALONG THE WATER
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Construction of our HAUS MÜLBACH property in Munich’s Au district is currently in the completion phase and the units are being handed over to the owners. This successful revitalization and redesign is already considered a prime example of the reinvention of Au as the place to be in Munich. A welcome surprise: Some apartments were set aside and are available now for sale, fully furnished and ready for you to move in.
ARCHITECTURE AND DESIGN
Preserving history and shaping modernity: uniting these two ideas requires an artful hand. You can experience firsthand the results of this art in and around HAUS MÜHLBACH. The baroque-style facade is adorned with bossages and refined cornice elements, and the new additions walk the fine line between subtle elegance and confident accentuation. The interior of HAUS MÜHLBACH features little extravagances to discover everywhere that alternate between homage to the building’s history and a modern sense of style.
INTERIOR AND FURNISHINGS
For projects like HAUS MÜLBACH, it goes without saying that the materials and the furnishing details meet the highest of standards. It should be mentioned, however, that the fixtures and furnishings bring together tradition and modernity in an exciting and captivating way.
STRONG ROOTS WITH TIMELESSLY MODERN CHARACTER
FULLY FURNISHED 1-ROOM APARTMENTS READY TO OCCUPY
GENEROUS CEILINGS UP TO 3 METERS HIGH
NEWLY BUILT UNDERGROUND GARAGE
How can you describe an entire district of Munich with a single characteristic? It’s possible in the Au district, because it is one thing above all: quintessentially Munich. So if you are looking for the “real” Munich and its genuine flair, then you’ve come to the right place at HAUS MÜHLBACH.
NEWS FROM AU-HAIDHAUSEN
The biggest highlight of the Au district is right across from it, on the other side of the Isar: downtown Munich. In spite of this impressive neighbor, however, Au has a number of its own attractions to offer – the Mariahilf church and the Auer Dult fair, for example. Or the Nockherberg terrace, the Deutsches Museum, the Gasteig cultural center and the Isarauen nature preserve. The area is just typically Munich.
Like in so many other old cities, Au originated as a business district due to the courses of the Isar and Mühlbach rivers – with all of the trades that made their living from and with the water. In later years, Au-Haidhausen was a typical workers’ neighborhood, discovered only recently by hipsters and trendsetters. Good thing the district has never lost its original charm with all these different groups laying claim to it!
If you live and work in Au, then you are more than happy to point out that Quellenstraße is likely the most beautiful street in Munich. This sense of its own tradition is tangible throughout the neighborhood – not least in the architectural specialties like the “hostel cottages” and the wonderful juxtaposition of old and new. So it’s no wonder that architecture worth preserving and the painstaking restoration of historic buildings are so important here.
With downtown Munich just across the Isar River, the possibilities for recreation, distraction and sport are practically limitless. And yet Au-Haidhausen offers a host of leisure time activities that are an alternative to a city lifestyle – the Müller’sches Volksbad pool and sauna, a number of original taverns and the Gasteig and Muffatwerk cultural centers, just to name a few.
WE LOOK FORWARD TO HELPING YOU
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Legat Living GmbH
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