This exceptional property is situated on a peninsula in a secluded location and is predestined for those seeking peace and quiet. Coming over a bridge, you reach the spacious property with two thatched houses. The house was built in 1990 and offers plenty of space with its six rooms. A fireplace, wooden ceilings and floors contribute to a feeling of cosiness. Especially the attic under thatch with the dormers and the three-sided lake view is a highlight. The holiday home, built in 1995, is also thatched and half-timbered and offers space for a workshop and a holiday flat.
- Sea/Lake view
- Fitted kitchen
Location and surroundings of this property
Liddow is a peninsula belonging to the Baltic Sea island of Rügen. It is part of Muttland, with which it is connected in the southeast by an isthmus a good 200 metres wide. On the Liddower Strom in the southwest of the peninsula lies the settlement of the same name, which, like the peninsula itself, belongs to the municipality of Neuenkirchen. Despite Liddow’s exceptionally quiet location, its proximity to Schaprode harbour with its pleasure boat moorings and the Hiddensee ferry service and to the Wittow ferry means that you can reach fine sandy Baltic beaches or other Rügen attractions within a short time. Liddow was the main setting in the hit German series “Hallo Robbie!”.
- Type of energy consumption certificate
- Final energy consumption 87.8 kWh/(m²*a)
- CO2 emission 23.7 kg/m²
- Type of firing gas
- Year of construction 1990
- Energy efficiency class C
The brokerage contract with us and/or our agent comes into effect through the confirmation of the use of our brokerage services in text form, such as in particular the signature of the search client contract and/or the property exposé. The amount of the brokerage fee is based on the statutory regulations on the division of the brokerage fee which came into force on 23 December 2020. Accordingly, the brokerage fee will regularly amount to 3% on the purchase price plus statutory VAT for both parties (owner and buyer) and is earned and due upon conclusion of the notarial contract. The amount of the gross commission is subject to adjustment in the event of a change in the tax rate. Land transfer tax, notary and court costs are borne by the buyer.