Luxury and nature meet at Kalbeckgasse 05 in Vienna’s 18th District on the south-east edge of Castle Park in Pötzleinsdorf. The location offers a unique combination of the calmness of the surrounding nature and the hustle and bustle of an urban center. The modern city palace offers living with an excellent view of one of the most beautiful districts in Vienna. Exquisite materials and dynamic shapes make 05/18 a prestigious residential oasis. The modern language of architecture knows that while creating that oasis, it’s also important to harmoniously connect it will a warm impression. The elaborate design, the exquisite choice of materials, and a precise manual implementation of the plan make the place into real luxury home.
Spaciousness, elegance, and fluidity are the principles of the space. Up to nine apartments on four levels offer residential space from 656 ft2 to 1959 ft2 (61 to 182 m2) Even the ground-level apartments are located high over the street. Private garden and pool access offer an exclusive atmosphere.
Structurally, the gardens are clearly separated by the pool houses. The balcony, the loggia, and the patio are also open spaces that are designed for the most privacy possible, and most of the time they have three sides. The view reflects what the metropolis of Vienna represents: modernity, historicity, and greenness. That’s what you see when you look out from St. Stephen’s Cathedral to Millennium Tower and Wienerberg.
Energy statistics: HWB 33.00 kWh/a fGEE 0.85
Construction is expected to be finished 2020/2021
Visit the project website at: www.0518.wien
Living in Vienna’s 18th District means being surrounded by expansive green areas: parking facilities, rolling forests, and meadows. Kalbeckgasse 05 is only a two-minute walk away from the castle grounds of Pötzleinsdorf, between the main gate and the Schafberg gate. Tram line 41 as well as bus line 14A are only a two-minute walk away. Bus line 42A can be reached after a ten-minute walk.
The public swimming pools in Schafbergbad, as well as the local kindergarten, schools, and the Gersthof district, with its many shopping opportunities, are not for away. The quarter is characterized by the architecture of Gründerzeit villas and was for a long time considered to be a local recreation area. Its tranquility has kept Pötzleinsdorf a part of Währing to this day. Having said that, it’s just a short distance from the inner-city districts and from culture inspiration and impulses from the heart of Europe,