AM SCHAFFENBERG is a new-build project currently under construction at Gersthofer Street 74-76. Fourteen new, modern and contemporary living units, all equipped with a balcony, garden, or generously-proportioned terraces, are being built. The innovative approach to planning and construction results in a building that is attractive in every sense of the world, built at a slight elevation above Gersthofer Straße.
All properties on the first floor, which is around three meters above street level due to the slight elevation, feature private gardens – private oases of calm that encourage relaxation of body and mind. Three different property types – townhouses, garden villa apartments and the penthouse apartment – give the building it own special way of life.
Energy statistics: Heating requirement 33.98 Overall energy efficiency rating 0.78
Construction started in July 2017, with completion planned for the fall of 2018.
Visit the project website at: www.amscherffenberg.at
|Top 7||1. OG||2||77,06m²||5,16m²||SOLD|
|Top 8||1. OG||2||65,43m²||5,16m²||SOLD|
|Top 9||1. OG||3||113,60m²||8,53m²||auf Anfrage|
|Top 10||1. OG||3||96,94m²||8,95m²||SOLD|
|Top 11||DG 1||4||147,22m²||44,39m²||SOLD|
|Top 12||DG 1||3||107,98m²||34,15m²||SOLD|
|Top 13||DG 1||3||154,70m²||61,84m²||SOLD|
|Top 14||DG 2||3||174,31m²||261,76m²||SOLD|
A stone’s throw from two of the finest urban oases
The Türkenschanzpark, which was officially opened by Emperor Franz Joseph I in 1888, has rightly earned a reputation as one of the finest parks in the former royal residence and imperial capital city of Vienna. An easy five minutes’ walk away, the park offers stunning walks and amazing views over the surrounding area, especially from the restored Paulinenturm viewing tower.
Also a short walk away, but even more convenient to get to by tram, is the Pötzleinsdorfer Castle Park at the end of Gersthofer Straße, maintained in the style of an English country garden. After a long period of private occupation, the park was eventually opened to the public in 1935 and is now preserved as a natural heritage site. It is considered to be one of the most beautiful places in Vienna.