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The Herold Homes


transforming existing properties with style,
creativity and perfection.

The term "Kaffeemühlenhaus" (coffee grinder house) is derived from the square layout of the house and the hipped roof on top, which visually resembles a large coffee grinder. During the complete renovation of this house, originally built in 1912, almost all components were renewed, keeping only the basic structure intact. By adding a new roof structure and designing the attic, a spacious and luxurious living and sleeping area for the parents, including an ensuite bathroom, was created. The basement was also transformed, with the floor lowered to provide additional usable living space, including a wellness area. Architectural elements typical of the era, such as mullioned windows, herringbone parquet flooring, and large French doors, accentuate the original charm of this turn-of-the-century house.

Year of Origin
Project Duration
November 2019 - April 2020
Floor Area
ca. 250 m2

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