Apartment in beautiful period building in charming & central district of Munich

Apartment in beautiful period building in charming & central district of Munich




Mar 2012

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2 Bedrooms
Sleeps 3
1 Bathrooms

About our home

We offer a large and beautiful apartment in a charming and central quartier of Munich. It is located in a historical building and has wooden floors and decorations (stucco) on the ceilings, it is very spacious and bright. We have one bedroom with a double bed and a beautiful fire place and one bedroom for a child. There is a cosy living room, a seperate changing room, a bathroom and one seperate toilet. The large kitchen serves also as dining room and has a balcony to the quiet and green courtyard with sunshine from around lunchtime to evening.


More about us

  1. We are Evelyn and Markus, a married couple in our 30s with a baby son (1,5 year old) named Leo. We are both professionals (marketing manager and political adviser) and enjoy travelling when able to get away. This is our first experience with house swapping and we are looking forward to it!

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Where is it?


Situated in a nice living area 200m of the river Isar, the apartement is ideal for both exploring the city of Munich and relaxing in the nature. A 15 min walk brings you to the center (Marienplatz) and shopping streets. Right across the river you'll find a lively quartier with great cafés, restaurants and bars, designer's and architects' offices. Around the apartment you'll find everything you need for your daily life: a great butchery, bakeries, supermarkets and twice the week a market with local products from the farms around Munich. Tram, bus and 2 subway lines stop very close by.
For hiking, skiing, mountainbiking you can reach the alps within one hour by car or train.

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