Essen, Robert-Koch-Straße 15-19, Hufelandstraße 62-64
Sale of condominiums
The buildings are typical for the architectural style of the 1950s/1960s. The five multi-dwelling units with a combined total of 39 residential units occupy a plot on the western periphery of Essen. The buildings’ balcony sides face the streets Hufelandstrasse and Robert-Koch-Strasse. Located in the inner courtyard are 8 garages and 9 surface parking spots.
The buildings were executed in solid construction, have fully-built basements, and feature double-glazed vinyl-frame windows. Each unit has its own tankless water heater for hot water preparation. The façade is insulated with an ETICS layer of about 6 - 8 cm. The fully functional vinyl windows are double-glazed. Windows facing the street are equipped with roller blinds, whereas roller blinds on the yard side are limited to the ground floor. The windows were installed in the 1980s.
The following measures were carried out in 2018:
reinstatement of the balconies
replacement of the front entrance door including door entry system at Robert-Koch-Str. 19
renovation of staircases
renovation of apartment entrance doors
Location and Infrastructure
The property is located across from the university’s teaching hospital in Essen.Holsterhausen is almost exclusively a residential area, with larger green areas interspersed here and there.Because it lies between the town centre of Essen and outlying districts, Holsterhausen is conveniently linked to the inner city and to the A40 motorway.Swift public transport links to downtown Essen include underground lines U17 and U18 as well as tram line 106 and several bus lines.
The immediate vicinity is dotted with numerous shopping venues, cafés and bars. A street market sets up every Thursday.Secondary schools are available in the surrounding area.With its special character, Holsterhausen radiates its very own charm that makes it interesting for people young and old.