These apartments for sale in Germany were once part of a 19th century milk processing plant that today have been repurposed as a pair of modern living spaces combining monastic simplicity with industrial design. We love the elegant simplicity and raw minimalism.
Located in the northeastern village of Gelting just a mile or so from the Baltic Sea, these apartments for sale in Germany date back to 1899, when the building was used an an industrial milk processing plant. Completely renovated in 2015, the solid stone building features high ceilings that still show signs of its original use and large airy rooms with a raw, minimalist feel.
The two bedroom apartment is located on the second floor with interiors of whitewashed, bare concrete and a mix of polished concrete and original dark wood and painted floorboards and tile. The rooms are flooded with natural light and offer open plan spaciousness. With a fully equipped kitchen and two ensuite bedrooms the apartment can accommodate up to four.
The smaller ground floor apartment can accommodate two and is almost monastic in its simplicity, with bare wooden floors under weathered ceiling beams and open space dividing the living and sleeping areas. Floor to ceiling rotating windows pivot outward onto the large wooden terrace and spa area with a sauna, spring water plunge pool and relaxation room, all with great views of the countryside.
|Built||Built in 1899 and restored in 2015|
|Size sf / m||420 m² total interior space|
|Lot Size||668 m²|
|Bedrooms||3 Bedrooms total (2 Bd + 1 Bd)|
|Bathrooms||3 Ensuite bathrooms total|
|Pool||Plunge pool and spa|
|Other Amenities||Fully equipped|
|Sales Price||€ €350,000|
|View||Countryside and village|