Heikendorf is a city in Schleswig-Holstein, Germany. It has many exciting places to visit and activities. From golf courses, natural parks, boat tours and museums to charming nearby cities to discover and visit!
The excellent location of this property will allow guests to explore the nearby city of Hamburg, which unites the impression of a rich, industrial town and a charming city with a gorgeous sea view and beautiful parks.
This exceptional private home is located directly on the Kiel Fjord at one of the best addresses on the Schleswig-Holstein Baltic coast.
With a beautiful sea view, fireplace, wellness area, and heated terraces, guests will enjoy a unique stay while admiring the landscape from the roof terraces and balconies.
It offers all comforts and enough space for ten people to enjoy a comfortable, luminous, and quiet space. There are five bedrooms with double beds (plus option two infants travel bed)., a wellness area with a sauna and a sea view.
The inside property uses elegant high-end interior design features to create a sense of character and flair. The living area uses a blend of minimalist and sleek décor mixed with traditional wooden features adding a warm ambience to this space. The vast living areas are filled with natural light; large panoramic windows and doors offer a magnificent view of Kiel Fjord. The house has a lift and a central Sonos music system in many rooms, allowing you to listen to your music throughout the house. The terraces and balconies are partly covered in the ground floor and wellness area, even with built-in infrared radiant heaters.
Private Residence with 3 levels
5 bedrooms, 3 baths, 4305 square feet, 400 square meters
King, Queen, Queen, Queen, and Queen
10 guests maximum
1 hour 8 minutes drive
Stunning bay views.
No Pets Allowed
Activities of Interest
- Golfclub Kitzeberg (4 mins drive) great golf course to enjoy the views.
- Heikendorf-Kiel Fjord Art Museum (5 mins drive) An art museum for regional art in the context of temporary exhibitions of European/international painting.
- Schifffahrtsmuseum Kiel. Right on the water, the city’s Gothic Revival fish auction house was repurposed as a maritime museum in 1978.
Places of Interest
- Hamburg (1h 30 mins drive) With a rich history, the ‘Venice of the North’ is also a UNESCO World Heritage site ‘Speicherstadt’, an old warehouse district with excellent views.
- Kiel Week. The world’s biggest sailing event kicks off during the last week of June, bringing millions of visitors and some 4,000 ships to the city from across Germany and abroad.
- Kiellinie (26 mins dirve) There are stirring views over to the ThyssenKrupp shipyards on the east bank, and you can watch the colossal cruise ships pulling into the harbour.
- Kiel Fjord. An approximately 17 km long, narrow fjord on the Baltic Sea, which extends from its southern end, the Kiel Hörn next to the city center of Kiel, to the outer fjord and merges into the Kiel Bay.