Engel & Völkers Munich is your expert real estate agent and provides you with detailed information on the sale and purchase in Munich
Modern, international and diverse - that's the Bavarian capital of Munich. As one of Europe's most livable cities, it captivates both recreation seekers and culture lovers alike, and offers an exclusive selection of options and offers. Munich has been growing steadily for about 15 years, with a large number of internationally renowned companies based in the city. Particularly the centrally located districts of the old town to the Glockenbach district convince a sophisticated and international clientele with a long list of advantages of modern life. Limited housing and a steadily growing interest mean that real estate is sold at a consistently high price level. Our competent real estate agents at Engel & Völkers Munich present neighborhood portraits, including the most important information and basic data on the individual real estate locations, which are based on decades of experience and expertise.
In the context of buying or selling condominiums, villas, and homes, each presentation provides insight into current market development forecasts, as well as contextual information on the most popular residential neighborhoods and streets, and can already understand the potential buyer's audience. In our current market report,you can also find out about the current price ranges for the various real estate types. On the other hand, interested buyers will be able to find their desired district through our detailed district portraits, get to know the hotspots and highlights of their future real estate location and can already get an essential impression of the potential neighborhood before they buy. With this knowledge you will be able to sell your property quickly and safely to the ideal buyer at the optimal price or find your dream property in one of Munich's most desirable neighborhoods, which will satisfy you in the long term. The expert estate agents at Engel & Völkers Munich support you reliably and personally in the processing of your purchase or sale project. With our neighborhood portraits, we offer you the opportunity to take the first step towards selling or buying today.
Life on the pulse of the time at the coveted real estate location of Munich's old town
In the first documentary mention as "city of the monks" in the year 1158 is also where the origin of the name "Munich" is justified. As the presumed seat of a former monastic settlement, the small market town became the capital of the Duchy of Bavaria around five centuries ago. The cityscape changed and a variety of Baroque and imposing real estate was created, which today can still be admired in part as historical sights in the old town. Get to know the typical Munich lifestyle with the estate agents of Engel & Völkers Munich and find out why a sale or purchase in the old town pays off.
Apartments in Munich's cultural district: the Maxvorstadt as a popular real estate location
Located northwest of the old town, the Maxvorstadt was where. the Bavarian King Max I Joseph, who originally commissioned the district as an extension of the city center, was immortalized, . Today, it is considered a cultural center, which attracts both academics and art and architecture lovers in the spell. Its central location and its green facets are just a few of the arguments that make Maxvorstadt an attractive real estate location. More than 53,000 residents already enjoy the high quality of life in the eclectic and lively district - when are you drawn to Maxvorstadt?
Sell in the natural residential neighborhoods of the district Lehel with Engel & Völkers
The impressive architecture north and south of the Max monument or along the river Isar reveal parallels to the time-honored real estate of the Parisian splendor district, which makes the Lehel one of the most charismatic districts in Munich. Historic landmarks, magnificent avenues and beautiful old buildings close to natural recreational areas characterize the city scape and lead to high real estate prices. But many more features and benefits, which play a role especially in the sale of exclusive luxury real estate, are described in detail in the following article by your estate agents of Engel & Völkers Munich
The history of Herzogpark: from the green floodplain landscape to the magnificent noble quarter
The noble landscaped park, which is today considered one of the most beautiful residential areas of Munich, was created based on the imposing English Garden. Named after the Duke Max of Bavaria, he went as a gift to his son. But due to financial constraints, the Herzog Park had to be offered for sale. A joint stock company acquired the area near the Isar and made it a unique real estate location, which today still attracts a large number of celebrities. Above all, luxurious villas and modern apartments characterize the real estate market of the Herzogpark, making it one of the most sought-after districts in Munich.
Bogenhausen - Urbanity meets rural flair and high quality villas
The real estate landscape of the charismatic district is just as varied as its city scape itself. In the midst of world-famous sights and extensive green spaces are time-honored Wilhelminian-style real estate as well as residential buildings from the post-war period next to modern and noble villas. Contrary to other districts of Munich, only a few properties were built in Bogenhausen at the turn of the 20th century, but these were all the more impressive and magnificent. Find out a variety of characteristics, special features and above all arguments to realize a successful sale of your property in Bogenhausen in the detailed sales portrait presented by the real estate agents of Engel & Völkers Munich.
Houses and apartments in the worthwhile district of Schwabing impress a large number of buyer groups
Whether the hothouses of the 18th century, the artists' bohemians of the 19th or the demanding clientele of the 21st century: Schwabing has always been considered the most sought-after quarter of Munich. With its mix of vibrant big city and rural atmosphere, a wide variety of buyer-target groups can be identified, which makes the trendy district more than suitable for the sale of high-quality real estate. Situated between the Isar and the Englischer Garten, Schwabing still invites its inhabitants to dream and inspires a multitude of artists to create unique works that tell the story of the city …
From the Parisian to the Viennese square: the Munich lifestyle at the Haidhausen property location
As one of the first settlements on the banks of the Isar, Haidhausen still tells the story of the city in a variety of sights and real estate, as a large part of the architecture, which today characterizes the city of Munich, arose from adobe bricks of this rural village. Today, the district is considered a quiet and exclusive residential area. Follow your real estate broker of Engel & Völkers Munich on a journey through the past and find out exclusive details for the sale of your high-quality property in beautiful Haidhausen.
The multi-faceted Glockenbach district is attractive for real estate sales
If you follow the Isar out of the old town to the south, the path leads directly to the Glockenbach district. Being part of the districts Isar and Ludwigsvorstadt, one meets the charismatic seat of the Isarauen and the old south cemetery, which is more than 450 years old. Prominent faces of the past, such as the painter Carl Spitzweg or Johann Develey, the inventor of the sweet mustard, are buried here and called the Glockenbach district their home. As one of the few neighborhoods, the eclectic district has retained much of its traditions and presents a bit of Munich flair in a variety of festivals, galleries and cultural institutions, attracting an international clientele.
Landmarked jewels in a lively backdrop: these are purchase real estate properties in the Munich Ludwigsvorstadt
Once a year, when "O 'taps", millions of people from all over the world make their pilgrimage to the Theresienwiese in the vibrant Ludwigsvorstadt. Hardly a German district may be as internationally known as the second district of Munich, which is home to the cult event of the Oktoberfest. The fact that the quarter, apart from the two weeks in September, represents a quiet and exclusive real estate location may hardly be known. Designed as a prestigious villa and tenement district in the 19th century, the proximity to nature, an excellent infrastructure and the liveliness of the Bavarian culture increase the attractiveness of your exclusive property for sale with the real estate agents of Engel & Völkers Munich.
Real estate for sale and rent in Munich
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