Traditionally-urban life in Eimsbüttel: High in Demand - Hamburg real estate situation
The Eimsbüttel district of Hamburg, which is part of the administrative district of Eimsbüttel, north west of the city center, is inhabited by about 56,000 people. As a neighborhood, which is less visited by city dwellers than the neighboring districts of Altona, Sternschanze and the nearby town center, Eimsbüttel enjoys the reputation of being a solid, high-quality old-residential living area with a lot of tradition, sophisticated properties and a lively, intimate neighborhood community. Thanks to many tree-lined streets and some parks, Eimsbüttel is, despite its proximity to the inner city, a very natural part of the city, which offers interesting options in real estate sales. In this article, Engel & Völkers Hamburg Elbe would like to introduce you to the charme of Eimsbüttel, its most striking locations and the most beautiful parks.
Life around a property in Eimsbüttel is characterized by mutual openness and friendliness. The presence of the old-fashioned sales outlets in the town, which have are manifested as manufactories and specialized sales for decades, is appreciated. The neighborly vibe, which has established itself over a long period of time, finds expression in mutual help and spontaneous get togethers. Particularly young families and academics have recognized the advantages of real estate in Eimsbüttel, they define the majority of the local population here.
Attractive condominiums, especially on Osterstraße
The heart of public life in the district of Eimsbüttel is the Osterstraße. Whether you are looking for the best restaurant, the largest selection of sales outlets or the most entertaining points of nightlife near their property in Eimsbüttel, you will find it on Osterstraße. The individuality of the selection is particularly impressive: from a hand-crafted chair manufacturer to the exclusive Vineyard wine shop, to L'Orient, one of the most popular international restaurants in Germany, the Osterstraße is a model for a varied, high-quality shopping street. Accordingly, the annual Easter Festival is also popular, during which a fair with special pop up shops, dining and drinking facilities and other exciting attractions takes place.
Property in Eimsbüttel, the Hamburg district of the parks
Eimsbüttel is the location of many parks, avenues and green spaces, which increase the quality of life outside of your own condominium, especially for nature lovers, as a city-center district with extensive green accents. With the Eimsbütteler Park from 1832, the largest and oldest park in the district is quickly settled. Here you will find extensive garden facilities as well as a small pond, which is fed by the Ottersbek brook. Close to the prestigious properties of the already mentioned Osterstraße is also the Unnapark, named after the Hamburg dermatologist Paul Unna, which is characterized by large lawns with isolated tree stands. The Kaiser-Friedrich-Ufer, which is called KAIFU, is located in the direction of the "Sternschanze", but attracts friends aquatic relaxation. Numerous leisure opportunities have been created along the Isebek Canal. This includes a gym, a swimming pool and a cycle path, which invites you to take a pleasant stroll along the shore.
Traditionally sought after: Eimsbüttel's old apartments
After Hamburg Eimsbüttel had been partially destroyed in the Second World War, extensive reconstructions of the townscape were initiated in the fifties. In the course of this, the popular point houses were established as - multi - family houses with a central developmental core and apartments all around - which often extend over some blocks and make up the typical appearance of Eimsbüttel. But also multi-family houses from the time of the penultimate turn of the century, the architectural Schumacher era, are to be found in Eimsbüttel and are just as much sought after as the younger post-war real estate. Buyers interested in a property in such old buildings expect adequate average prices: Between 5,000 and 7,000 euros per square meter are common in this residential area. Furthermore there are a few townvillas in Eimsbüttel, however, these are rarely sown and accordingly high-priced in sales.
With its excellent shopping facilities on the Osterstraße, the short distances to Hamburg's city center as well as a first-class connection to the line U2 of the Hamburg subway and the S-Bahn (station Langenfelde), Eimsbüttel is classified as a comfortable real estate location for both singles and young Families, providing them with an ideal basis for a distinctive quality of life.
Engel & Völkers Hamburg Elbe sees a great potential for real estate sales in the district of Eimsbüttel, which is based in particular on the good reputation of the district as an excellent residential area and the high demand for living space throughout Hamburg. Would you like to know the current market value of your property? Engel & Völkers Hamburg Elbe will gladly provide you with a free analysis of your property. Click this link to find an overview of the properties that we currently offer for sale to our customers.