with 2 to 4 rooms
Balcony, loggia or terrace
to every apartment
and electric towel radiator
in the living rooms
with electrical appliances
with branded ceramics
in the underground car park
Green outdoor areas
A lively neighborhood and the highest quality of living
Between Baumpieperweg and Cuxhavener Strasse, nestled in the green spaces of the naturally designed outdoor complex, the Baumpieper Höfe are designed as an ensemble of five interconnected apartment buildings. The modern architecture and the extraordinary design of the upper floors make these buildings, with their solid construction, real eye-catchers. The façade design with red clinkers in the upper floors and light-grey clinkers on the ground floors combines the traditional Northern German cityscape with timeless modernity – and visually brings out the mix of apartments and commercial units in an optimally harmonious way. Green spaces all around define the image and delight with their rows of trees, shrubs and perennials, their lawns and playgrounds, which are all used jointly.
A total of 101 apartments with 2 to 4 rooms are available in houses 1 to 5 of Baumpieper Höfe.
Area and connections
Short distances through the district
The new residential district is not only attractively located in terms of the landscape, but also in terms of infrastructure. With federal road 73, which leads through Fischbek, the area is connected to the A 7 and A 1 motorways. Public transport offers convenient connections within the city, with two S-Bahn and two bus lines. The Fischbek train station, with a connection to the S 3, is only 5 minutes away by car, while Neugraben train station, with connections to the S 3 and S 31, is 6 minutes away. The Gymnasium Neu Wulmstorf secondary school is only about 2 km away. A primary school and a sports hall in Neugraben-Fischbek are also within easy reach. Whether you’re on foot or travelling by bicycle, the local amenities in Fischbeker Heidbrook cover the most important requirements for daily life, including medical facilities, and make short distances possible.
- Hamburg Airport 40 min. mit dem Pkw
- HafenCity 27 km / 40 min. by car
- Hamburger city center 28 km / 45 min. by car / ca. 25 min. by train
- Fischbeck rain station (S 3) 1,5 km / 4 min. by car
State-of-the-art comfort and more
Timeless design, functional floor plans and high-quality furnishings characterise the Baumpieper Höfe apartments. Open-plan designs and bright window fronts ensure space and light. High-quality branded fitted kitchens in white and floors in a wood look leave room for individual design.
- Joka designer flooring in the living rooms
- Tile floors in the bathrooms
- Underfloor heating
- Fitted kitchen
- Balcony or loggia or roof terrace
- Video intercom
- Remote heating
- Tenant storage rooms in the basement
- Bicycle storage
- Underground car park
2 room apartments
The classic for newcomers
A spacious hallway leads invitingly into the open-plan living area. Generously sized, it offers a practically integrated cooking and dining area. The bedroom, with access to the balcony, also has comfortable proportions. The classic 2-room apartment offers couples or exacting singles the best living comfort in two rooms, along with a shower room and a storage room, with space for a washing machine.
3 room apartments
A home to grow with
Impressing with its floor plan and room layout, the 3-room apartment offers enough space for young families or ambitious couples with space requirements. The hallway and living room are designed in a pleasant open-plan style, which scores points for its generous proportions and harmoniously integrated kitchen area – and offers access to the loggia. The loggia can also be accessed from the spacious bedroom. The space is completed by a further room, two storage rooms and a shower room.
3.5 room maisonette
Freedom for the discerning
The 3.5 rooms of this maisonette apartment are a true wonder of space. The lower area is fully designed as an open-plan living, cooking and dining area and offers generous space for the whole family, with access to the terrace, a shower room and a storage room under the stairs. The upstairs area includes the large bedroom with master bathroom and another room for children or guests, which, like the bedroom, also access to the roof terrace. The open-plan hallway with half a room can be used in a customised fashion for work or hobbies.
4 room apartments
Four for families
With a perfect floor plan, this 4-room apartment makes feeling good easy, even for the most exhausting everyday family life. A spacious corridor with ample floor space leads directly to the heart of the apartment. Here, in the more than spacious living, cooking and dining area, there is space for the whole family, whether for cooking together or enjoying an evening of playing games. A master bedroom with master bathroom ensures privacy, while two further bedrooms and a loggia offer space for children, a home office or hobbies – well complemented by a second bathroom with bathtub and a storage room with washing machine connection.
The North German way of life with class
With around 1.85 million inhabitants, Hamburg is the second largest city in Germany after Berlin. As an important trading location, the Hanseatic city, in conjunction with Lower Saxony and Schleswig-Holstein, has developed into the fastest-growing region in Germany. The interplay between Hamburg Airport and the Port of Hamburg, which is considered one of the largest transshipment ports in the world, shows its importance as a logistics hub. Fashion, trade fairs, culture and science characterise Hamburg as a business location. Around 43,000 students at the University of Hamburg alone, which together with 19 other higher education institutions shapes the educational landscape, enjoy student life in the metropolis – as well as the best prospects for the future in aerospace technology, the life sciences or information technology. However, the settlement of numerous publishers and radio and television stations also makes Hamburg a media city with a nationwide impact.
Alongside business and science, city tourism is also thriving. Hamburg has more bridges than Venice, Stockholm and Amsterdam combined: around 2,500, in fact! The Speicherstadt and the Kontorhaus districts, which enjoy fame and renown even beyond German borders, have been classed as UNESCO World Heritage Sites since 2015. Whether you’re a lover of the great outdoors or a self-confessed night owl, Hamburg has it all when it comes to leisure. With its beautiful parks and natural spaces on the banks of the rivers Elbe and Alster, it goes without saying that Hamburg is brimming with green oases to entice you in.
Living close to nature
In the district of Neugraben-Fischbek in Hamburg’s southwest, the new residential area “Fischbeker Heidbrook” is located on the grounds of the former Röttiger barracks. Adjacent to the Fischbeker Heide nature reserve, which offers a breathtaking landscape in late summer with an interplay of pinks and purples, the district is considered a historic pearl. In the town centre, the charm of old half-timbered houses with thatched roofs dominates, while an extensive stock of trees contributes to the district’s atmosphere of being close to nature. Over the approximately 54-hectare area of Fischbeker Heidbrook, single-family houses and apartment buildings, semi-detached and terraced houses, and also smaller commercial units, make natural living possible without sacrificing the comfort of short distances. With local amenities including the district’s own supermarket, chemist’s and bakery, two day care centres and a health centre, the most important requirements for daily life are right on the doorstep. Buses and S-Bahn trains provide access to the city centre.
With the “Naturverbunden Wohnen” (living close to nature) brand, developed by IBA Hamburg, housing, open space, mobility and energy efficiency combine to form a holistic district development that aims at a community with poise spanning generations. The housing on offer therefore includes property for ownership, rentals, and social housing for every age group – all in the ambience of a landscape garden.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS (FAQ)
The property is expected to be ready for occupancy on May 1st, 2023.
The minimum rental period is 12 months. The rental agreement can then be terminated with a notice period of 3 months.
Yes, the rental agreement includes an index rent. The amount of rent is determined by the price index for the cost of living of all private households in Germany determined by the Federal Statistical Office.
The deposit is three net cold rents (the net cold rent plus ancillary costs are shown in the rental agreement). Processing or brokerage fees do not apply.
The deposit needs to be transferred to the landlord’s secure account according to § 551 Paragraph 2 BGB.
There are car parking spaces available. There are also bicycle rooms in the basement and bicycle parking spaces outside.
The keeping of pets has to be checked case by case and requires the approval by the landlord an a side letter to the lease contract.
Each apartment has a cellar in the basement or an external/additional storage room on the same level.
No, there are no tenant gardens.
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