Built in 1905, this single-family home was typical for the construction boom of the time. The Waldstraßenviertel district of Leipzig was built during Germany’s Grunderzeit. It’s now one of the largest intact Grunderzeit districts in all of Europe. This was Germany’s golden age—a time when the middle class flourished.
The neighborhood’s prominent location between the city center, Clara-Zetkin-Park, and Rosental makes it extremely attractive. The particularly high density of architectural and cultural landmarks makes for a visually appealing and elegant residential environment. Gustav-Adolf-Straße 43, renovated in 2010 and modernized according to current standards, embodies not only the history of the district but also modern living. The open, generously proportioned floor plans characterize these upscale residences.
ca. 182 m²
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