Stunning architect designed house in Münster

Stunning architect designed house in Münster

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4 Bedrooms
Sleeps 7
3 Bathrooms

About our home

Our home offers space, light, great views, coziness in front of the open fireplace, relaxation on the patio or in the garden. All you can hear are birds singing and here and there the snicker of a horse in the distance.
There are many attractions in the surrounding neighbourhood you can reach by foot like walks to a wild life sanctuary, swim in the canal (people from all around the city come here in the summer to splash about in the very high water quality canal), bike rides to the city or the way of St. James. There are never ending options for day trips to Münster and the surrounding areas with its water castles.
We have a quiet, spaceous and fenced garden with some grass area, a swing, a slide, a sandpit and several big trees.
The house is completely detached and has a big terrace with a wooden table, some chairs and a big parasol because it can get nice and warm here in the summer. The patio is the perfect place to enjoy the evening and watch the sun go down over the canal and some fields.
Because Münster is the most famous cycle city in Germany there are plenty of cycle paths you can choose from (e.g. it is about 25 minutes from our house along the canal into the city center). You are free to use our 7 bikes (for the kids: roler blades, scooters, wave board, skate board, unicycles).

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More about us

  1. We are a family of five (44, 43, 11, 9, 6). We are an information scientist and a teacher for special education and lived in Edinburgh until this summer. We are interested in outdoor activities, arts, food :-), everything.

  2. We are open to and interested in everything and everywhere.

  3. We love creative and open households. We travelled (Spain, Sweden, Belgium, France, Great Britain, Scotland, Germany, Canary Islands) a lot and would appreciate if our kids kept the international spirit.

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Where is it?

Neighbourhood

The house is in a small quite street to the one side and to a field on the other.

Buzzy restaurants
There are restaurants in the surrounding areas: e.g. Pleistermühle/Heidekrug/Nobis Krug/Hotel Linde/Ringhotel Eggert/Tennenhof/Freibad Sudmühle
Cool bars
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Cozy cafés
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Retail therapy
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Bit of culture
Lots of culture in the city center (cathedrals, concerts, theaters, museums)
Walks in the park
There are beautiful walks at the river Werse, along a mill and nice opportunity for a dinner. There is a bird sanctuary close by (5 min by bike) with wild fruit tree stocks, Galloway cattle a cafe and small museum. Several forests with marked trails and many more things to explore.
Spot of exercise
a lot of paths to go for a run, a bike ride, to swim in the canal. We have some swimming pools (e.g. outdoor in Sudmühle or Greven). There are rivers around, where kayaks can be hired.
Day tripping
Münster city center. There you could visit medieval cathedral from the 12th and 13th centurie, the historic city hall, several museums (e.g. the state or Picasso museum) or the botanical garden. On Saturday and Wednesday we have a big market close to the cathedral. Furthermore, we have the Zoo and the Aasee close to the city center. If you come by (or rent) a car, you could as well visit the Netherlands (e.g. Enschede around 50 min or Amsterdam around 2 hours away). Next German cities are Osnabrück, Warendorf (horse breeding), Dülmen (wild horses and Flamingo's)

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