The house offers on 106 m2 a large living-dining area on 2 levels with open, well-equipped kitchen and balcony as well as a panoramic window with spectacular view to the valley of the small Kyll.
Two bedrooms with double beds and attached bathrooms and an additional living room on the ground floor with terrace offer sophisticated comfort.
Children can set up a separate play area in the gallery, alternatively the room can be used as a small working or reading room.
The 4000 m2 fruit orchard is natural and provides a smooth transition to forest and meadows.
The inner topography of the house develops from the position on a southern slope: all rooms are separated by slight level offsets, from the entrance one arrives in a spiral upward movement around the central chimney one after the other into the living room, the dining area with kitchen, one bedroom and finally to the gallery, from which the view falls back into the high living space. Downstairs you reach in the opposite direction the second bedroom and the garden room with a further valley side exterior access.
Between the seven levels and the inclined roof, a charming spatial modulation of constrictions and widenings, intimate and wide-open spaces emerges. Each area of the Raumbereich thus develops its very specific atmosphere, but the views of the surrounding areas still allow the flow of the three-dimensional enfilade to be felt. Large windows overlook the uninhabited valley and the opposite wooded hills.
further details on: Vulkaneifelhaus. com