The port city of Hamburg is large, well known, diverse and a place to feel good. To buy property in Hamburg is to think about the future, regardless of whether it is a house or apartment, in every area there is a fantastic spot where you can buy a property. Hamburg is varied; on the one hand there is the lively inner city and on the other hand quieter parts of the city and attractive peripheral areas. We will find your dream house together with you!
Alstertal, located in northern Hamburg, links together the districts of Poppenbüttel, Hummelsbüttel, Wellingsbüttel and Sasel. The many small tributaries to the Alster are characteristic of the Alstertal valley which promise idyllic living with the popular Alster hiking trail and numerous nature reserves. The surroundings are quiet and family oriented - both young families and older generations appreciate the close-to-the-city living in the midst of beautiful nature. Many kindergartens and prestigious schools such as the Albert Schweitzer School, the Albert Schweitzer Gymnasium, the Carl von Ossietzky Gymnasium or the Gymnasium Oberalster offer the best education opportunities. The MeridianSpa Alstertal, the Aspria Alstertal and various football, tennis, golf, hockey and riding clubs are available for sports and leisure activities. Among the best known are the Golf Club Treudelberg, the UHC and Klipper THC.
The neighbourhoods of Volksdorf, Bergstedt, Duvenstedt, Lemsahl-Mellingstedt and Wohldorf-Ohlstedt are referred to as the forest villages and are the northernmost districts of Hamburg. Nature, tranquility and upmarket housing characterise the forest villages. Various parks, green areas and nature reserves such as the Duvenstedter Brook or the Wohldorfer Wald make the forest villages a paradise for nature lovers. The individual town centres with their village character are charming places to meet - especially Volksdorf with its well known weekly market and the Platz Weisse Rose are unique town centres around Hamburg. The educational offer is extremely good with the Rudolf Steiner School, the Walddörfer district school, the Walddörfer-Gymnasium, the Gymnasium Buckhorn, the Gymnasium Ohlstedt and other schools. For sports enthusiasts, the Walddorf sports club, the SV Bergstedt and the Hamburg-Walddörfer golf club offer varied possibilities.
The fast growing neighbourhoods of Fuhlsbüttel and Langenhorn, which are extremely popular among young families, are characterised by a classic Hanseatic building landscape paired with stylish new constructions. The proximity to the airport and the various train and bus stations coupled with the many hiking trails in the Raakmoor or along the Tarpenbek make a healthy compromise between well connected and living in the countryside. Meeting places such as the Fuhlsbüttel weekly market, the Krohnstieg centre or the Langenhorner Markt shopping centre, which is currently being expanded, enjoy great popularity.
Next to the forest villages and the Alster valley, the districts form the eastern suburbs and are a healthy mix of urban infrastructure and numerous green spaces. The building landscape ranges from well kept apartment building settlements to streets with only detached house developments to Wilhelminian style and Art Nouveau villas, which in many parts characterise the well groomed appearance of Rahlstedt. Various sports clubs, a large indoor swimming pool and lively town centres make both Rahlstedt and Farmsen-Berne popular places to live in Hamburg. The Hamburg city centre is about 30 minutes away by car and various bus and underground lines provide good access by public transport.
The centrally located districts Rotherbaum, Harvestehude and Eppendorf impress with their proximity to the Alster and being close to the city centre. The banks of the Alster invite you to enjoy romantic walks and leisure activities while magnificent architecture with well kept apartment buildings and city villas characterise the neighbourhood scene. The range of shops for daily needs, boutiques, doctors, banks, restaurants and bars is considerable. Sports and leisure activities range from sailing, tennis, football and rowing to prestigious gyms and dance schools. Well known sports clubs and gyms in the area are the Club an der Alster, the HTHC, the Hamburger and Germania Ruder Club, the Hamburg Sailing Club and the Kaifu Lodge.
Winterhude, Uhlenhorst, Hohenfelde and St. Georg border the east of the Alster and impress with their urban living in a fantastic location. The banks of the Alster and parks such as the popular Hamburg city park characterise the surroundings in combination with stylish old buildings. Popular weekly markets such as the Isemarkt or the weekly market on the Goldbekufer offer varied shopping possibilities in addition to the shopping areas such as the Mühlenkamp or the Winterhuder Marktplatz. There is a wide selection of various types of schools, including international and specialised ones. The Aspria Uhlenhorst am Hofweg stands for sport and wellness at the highest level; many more sports clubs can be found around the Alster.
Centrally located and very lively, Eimsbüttel enjoys great popularity as one of the most densely populated districts of Hamburg, especially among young people. Many resident artists, musicians and designers give Eimsbüttel its own charm which is unique in Hamburg. The area is dominated by old buildings, mostly tree-lined streets and numerous green areas such as the Eimsbüttler Park. The urban location goes hand in hand with perfect transport links, numerous shopping opportunities, as well as a wide range of educational and sporting options. Popular meeting places like the Osterstrasse, the popular Sternschanze or the Kaifu-Lodge are very popular.
As a separate part of the city directly on the Elbe, Hafencity conveys a maritime flair combined with first class architecture. Centrally located, Hafencity is one of the most important urban ensembles in Europe and impresses with its international living ambience. The Speicherstadt, the Sandtorhafen, the Magellan Terraces and the Elbphilharmonie make the district unique. The gastronomy offer is wide ranging; well known restaurants such as the Coast by East & Enoteca, the VLET, the Chili Club or the Kaiser make for sophisticated enjoyment. The connections to the city centre of Hamburg are ideal, so that the Jungfernstieg or the Town Hall can be reached in a few minutes by car.
The Elbe suburbs include the western districts Othmarschen, Nienstedten, Blankenese, Iserbrook and Rissen. The Elbe suburbs are characterised by numerous green areas, being close to the Elbe and attractive villas. The romantic stairs quarter, the sprawling Elbe beach or the Elchpark offer unique walking opportunities in Hamburg. The elongated Elbchaussee accommodates magnificent architecture with Elbe properties that are second to none. Many owners refer to the view of the Elbe and passing ships as unique, while others appreciate the village-like life of the individual neighbourhoods. Sports enthusiasts with great expectations will get their money's worth at the Falkenstein golf club, the Blankeneser sailing club or at the riding stables in Klövensteen.
Norderstedt is the fifth largest city in Schleswig-Holstein and is one of the most popular residential areas in the so-called Hamburger Speckgürtel suburbs. Well kept recreational areas and parks such as the Norderstedt city park make the city worth living in and informal. The educational offer is very good with different elementary schools, secondary schools and 4 high schools. There are extensive shopping facilities such as the Herold Centre or the Moorbekpassage. Sports enthusiasts can choose between football, hockey, horse riding, dancing, tennis, volleyball, handball, water sports and other sports. The Hamburg-Fuhlsbüttel airport is about 15 minutes away by car, the city of Hamburg about 30 minutes by car.
Quickborn lies with its almost 21,000 inhabitants northwest of Hamburg between Norderstedt and Henstedt-Ulzburg. Beautiful nature reserves, forests as well as the Himmelmoor invite you to enjoy extended walks. Tennis, riding and golf facilities are within easy reach; the golf courses Lutzhorn, Gut Kaden and the Golf club an der Pinnau are only a few minutes away by car. The newly designed city centre with Town Hall, weekly market, medical centre, train station, AKN station, pharmacies, elementary school, library and banks offers a high level of comfort just outside Hamburg. The city centre of Hamburg is about 30 minutes away by car, the nearby A7 and A23 motorways connect Quickborn very well with the Hamburg airport as well as with the North and Baltic Sea.
The municipality of Ammersbek is located between Ahrensburg and Bargteheide northeast of Hamburg in Schleswig-Holstein and combines modern and historic living in a rural setting. Forests, meadows, nature conservation and water areas characterise the environment and offer quiet and relaxation. Ahrensburg, Bargteheide and Hamburg-Volksdorf are only a few minutes away by car and can also be reached easily by HVV public transport. The offer of kindergartens, elementary schools and secondary schools in Ammersbek and the surrounding municipalities is large.
Ahrensburg is located northeast of Hamburg in the southeast of Schleswig-Holstein and belongs to the Hamburg Metropolitan Region. With almost 33,000 inhabitants, the castle town is lively and family-friendly. The residential area with beautiful avenues and well cared for villas with spacious grounds makes Ahrensburg particularly attractive. Ahrensburg offers a wide range of shops, kindergartens, schools, sports clubs and its proximity to nature. The connection to Hamburg, Lübeck and the Baltic Sea is excellent, the Hamburg Central Station is only about 20 minutes away by HVV public transport.
The 9,000 inhabitant town of Grosshansdorf is located in the immediate vicinity of Ahrensburg in the district of Stormarn in Schleswig-Holstein. Many forests, lakes and green areas characterise the landscape; villas and detached homes are the predominant development. Numerous shops for daily needs, upmarket restaurants, doctors, banks, schools and kindergartens ensure a high standard of living. The connection to the Baltic Sea and Hamburg is ideal, both the Timmendorfer beach and the city centre of Hamburg are only about 30 minutes away by car.