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3-room house 110 m2 on 2 levels, on the ground floor. Tasteful and cosy furnishings: living room with cable TV (flat screen), video, hi-fi system, DVD and wood-burning stove. Exit to the garden, to the terrace. Open kitchen (oven, dishwasher, microwave, electric coffee machine) with dining table. Floor heating. Upper floor: (spiral staircase), 1 room with sloping ceilings with 1 x 2 bunk beds. 1 double bedroom with sloping ceilings. Bath/WC. 2 terraces 50 m2. Terrace furniture, barbecue. Facilities: washing machine, children's high chair. Internet (DSL/LAN, free). Please note: non-smokers only. Solarium (free) in the house eaves (access through the room with bunk beds). Collection of videos and children's films. Partly with antique furniture.
building and outdoor:
Heyda 15 km from Wurzen: Nestled in the baroque castle ensemble is the castle Rittergut Heyda. On the lake. For shared use: park, garden, lawn for sunbathing. Children's pool, children's playground (slide, swing). In the house: central heating system. Available: bicycles (2). Bread roll service and beverage service possible. Parking on the premises. Grocery 2 km, supermarket 10 km, restaurant 3 km, bus stop 150 m, railway station Wurzen 15 km, outdoor swimming pool 10 km, indoor swimming pool 10 km. Riding stable 2 km. Please note: car recommended. Property ref. DE9540.101.1 is situated on the same property. The former economic building of the nobleman's estate (family-owned since 1846) has been transformed into an ecological, family-friendly holiday house retaining its historical character. Bathing permitted in the 7 ha castle pond (free rowing boat available). Accompanied deer-stalking and hunting trips (hunting licence required) available on request (extra). Guests interested in farming are more than welcome to work in the stables and fields. Home-produced game and beef for sale. Fallow deer and rabbits can be watched in enclosures.