A new development called “BRODY – to Huus am Meer” (at home by the sea) is rising in Grossenbrode on the Baltic coast. Built in solid construction manner and featuring the red brick walls typical for the area, this free-standing multi-family building consists of 16 apartments that are now being brokered by Grossmann & Berger.
Serving many different purposes
“These apartments are not only suitable for people looking for a main home on the Baltic Sea,” says Zoran Vujović
head of capital investment and letting, adding, “Because they are near the beach in one of the country’s sunniest regions, they are an interesting option for clients in search of a secure capital investment. The new owners can let the apartments to holidaymakers and, naturally, make their own personal use of them. Thus a holiday home can be combined with a capital investment. But an apartment could also easily serve as a secondary residence or retirement home.”
Close to the beach in the coastal town of Grossenbrode
Grossenbrode is a Baltic seaside resort on the Wagrien peninsula on the Bay of Lübeck, set between Heiligenhafen and Fehmarn Island. “BRODY” is being built in the historic centre of Grossenbrode. Therefore the future residents will have all the traditional infrastructure of the area to hand. It only takes a few minutes to walk to the beaches of Grossenbrode.
Fit-out and other details
16 two to three-room apartments with living space ranging from 68 to 101 m² are distributed over two full size stories and a recessed floor. The design is light and airy with south-facing patios, roof terraces or balconies, underfloor heating, triple-glazed windows and electric blinds. Each apartment is accessible by lift. On-site parking is available for 16 cars and there is a communal cycle shed. Purchase prices range between €239,000 and € 405,900. The building is scheduled for completion in September 2020.