Curey Park at a glance
- Reservation deposit €3,000
- Studio prices from €148000
- 1 bed prices from €312,000
- Less than 4 kilometres from Leipzig’s city centre, the districts of Lindenau and Old Lindenau are the two most centrally located districts
- The districts have turned into a lively and hip cultural area with a thriving art scene
- Each apartment will have access to the private landscaped garden, including a barbecue and seating area
- Within a short walk to the tram line and bus stop, providing access to the city centre in fifteen minutes
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- Tiled splashback, soft-close doors / drawers
- Integrated oven with grill function and microwave
- Induction hobs with touch control panel and extractor hood
- Integrated refrigerator and freezer (approx. 1.20m high) and dishwasher
- Wooden flooring
- White walls
Bathrooms & en-suite
- All sanitary fittings to be Keramag (or equivalent) with Grohe (or equivalent) fixtures
- Tiled floor and wash areas and wash basin (600mm × 480mm) with single-lever mixer
- Mounted Toilet with Grohe flusher (or equivalent)
- Steel build-in bathtub with a shower set with adjustable hand shower, hose and chrome-plated wall bracket
- Outdoor parking spaces for bicycles and underground storage area for each unit
- Barbecue area / playground area
- Outdoor area is greened and planted with native plants and shrubs
- Front doorbell with intercom system
A boutique residence consisting of 9 studios and one-bedroom apartments in Leipzig’s up-and-coming Lindenau neighbourhood.
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160km south of Berlin, the city of Leipzig is situated at the confluence of two great historical continental trade routes, the east-west Via Regia and the north-south Via Imperii. The city therefore became a flourishing trading centre and economic hub in the 14th century, developing a rich culture
and a leading educational role within Germany. Founded in 1409, the University of Leipzig is the second oldest university in Germany and one of the oldest in Europe.
Leipzig quickly became a hub of innovation, giving rise to the world’s first daily newspaper published in 1650. The first high speed printing press in Germany was later invented here in 1829, along with steam powered production machines which revolutionised the textile industry. At the vanguard of commerce and technological development, the first long distance railway line in Germany stretching from Leipzig to Dresden came into operation in 1838. This laid the foundations for the city’s industrial development, and by 1915 Leipzig Central Station was the largest rail station in Europe.
The Cafe Damage
Botanical Garden Leipzig
Museum of Fine Arts
Madler- Passage (Shopping Centre)
St Nicholas Church
Leipzig Central Station
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