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Werder, Germany, on the bank of the river Havel

On the historical site of the former brewery "Lerch & Plettenberg", adjacent to the Werder orchards of the Hohe Weg, a modern residential location is being created. Plettenberg's Garden perfectly combines the advantages of rural tranquility and the amenities of urban living.

The project is to create a new residential complex with a total of 23 apartments, 2 maisonettes and 5 private homes in the midst of flowering orchards. Plettenberg's Garden aims to bring the history of the property to life by combining modern style of architecture with historical elements, such as the clinker facades typical of Werder and the surrounding area.

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Plettenberg's Garden houses

House Plettenberg

12 apartments with areas from 45m² to 89m²
Prices from 179 500 €

House Lerch

10 apartments with areas from 64m² to 86m²
Price from € 255 900

House Remisen

3 houses with areas from 160m² to 263m²
Price from € 670 000

Houses with a view of Havel

3 apartments with areas from 76m² to 135m²
Price from € 570 000

Houses with a garden

2 houses with areas from 265m² to 275m²
Price from € 1 050 000

A place with history

The attractive, idyllic Havelstadt, about 35 km from Berlin, is surrounded by the Havel lakes: Schwielowsee, Glindower See, Großer Plessower See and Großer Zernsee. The historic old town of Werder - "land surrounded by water" lies in the midst of the approximately 700- 1,400m wide Havel and gave the city its name.

Due to the connection to the federal highway 1 as well as the highways A10 (Berliner Ring), Werder is optimally networked with the metropolitan area of ​​Berlin. In addition, Berlin can be reached in 30 minutes and Potsdam in 10 minutes by regional train.

Werder's population has grown steadily over the past few years. The municipality currently covers approximately 116 square kilometers and houses more than 23,000 inhabitants. It has established itself as a dynamic business location and has a good infrastructure. In addition to public facilities such as kindergarten schools and medical facilities are other educational institutions, numerous sports and recreational facilities available.

As a state-approved health resort, the city attracts many seekers of recreation every year and has a lot to offer tourists. Gastronomy, hotels and holiday apartments offer something for every taste. Every year at the end of April, hundreds of thousands of guests celebrate the "Baumblütenfest" with the people of Werder, one of the most popular and largest societies in Germany.

Location

Eisenbahnstraße 174-176, Werder, Germany

  • 10 min — Potsdam
  • 30 min — Berlin
  • 40 min — Berlin Tegel Airport
  • 45 min — Berlin Schoenefeld Airport