Attractive residential building with garden and parking space in an exclusive residential area on the outskirts of Halle (Saale)
Object number: 279For Sale: House / Villa
City: 06198 Salzatal
Land size: 174 m²
Living space: 120 m²
On behalf of the owner, we are selling an attractive terraced house in an exclusive residential area of Lieskau, on the outskirts of Halle (Saale). The currently rented property received new heating a few years ago and is in good condition, the pretty garden behind the house invites you to linger, there is a parking space in front of the house. - Parking space - Garden - terrace Lieskau is a well-kept suburb of Halle (Saale) and borders the Halle-Dölau district and the Dölauer Heide. The idyllic, quiet location and the proximity to Halle make the town a popular place to live. In Halle, Lieskau is called the “rich suburb”, in particular the area Am Hasengarten / Steinbruchweg and the surrounding buildings are called “Millionärshügel”; The sales property is also located in this residential area. Pretty single-family houses, small multi-family houses, well-tended front gardens and streets, Lieskau is an extremely popular and attractive place to live. The proximity to the Dölau hospital and the city of Halle as well as the location on the Dölauer Heide describe Lieskau as a very pleasant, quiet and yet relatively centrally located residential area. The telephone code is 0345, the same as the area code for Halle (Saale). The original Lieskau postcode was 06120 (like Halle-Dölau), but was changed to 06198 in the course of the regional reform, since Lieskau has belonged to the municipality of Salzatal since 1.1.2010. Lieskau is directly adjacent to Halle-Dölau, many of the doctors and staff employed in the clinic there are based here. A popular suburb of Halle (Saale) in a very scenic area. Already in the times of the former GDR, Lieskau was a preferred residential area, where one could get land partly only for "hard Westmark". There is currently very little sale here, and there are hardly any unlet apartments and houses. The supply of living space is very limited. Lieskau has been an area that has been populated since the Neolithic, which can be proven by archaeological finds. The small town was closely connected with Halle in the Middle Ages through the acquisition of land by wealthy patricians, urban monasteries and participation in the Pfänner business. In 1182 the village was first mentioned as Lezcowe in a deed of donation to the Neuwerk monastery in Halle (Saale). The settlement was originally located further west and is of Slavic origin. In Lieskau, lignite was mined as early as the 14th century. Lieskau was on the border with the county of Mansfeld and belonged to the Giebichenstein office in the hall circle of the ore monastery of Magdeburg. 1680 came the place with the Saalkreis to the Duchy of Magdeburg under Brandenburg-Prussian rule. With the Peace of Tilsit in 1807 Lieskau was incorporated into the Kingdom of Westphalia and assigned to the Halle district in the Saale department. The place came to the canton of Halle-Land. After Napoleon"s defeat and the end of the Kingdom of Westphalia, Napoleon"s allied opponents liberated the Saalkreis in early October 1813. During the political reorganization after the Congress of Vienna in 1815, Lieskau was attached to the administrative district of Magdeburg of the Prussian province of Saxony from 1816 and assigned to the Saalkreis. Over the centuries the village was a pure farming village. At the end of the 19th century, however, there was a drastic increase in population. The cause lay in the positive development of the handicrafts and the flourishing industry. The old traditions of the place include the "Lieskauer Kranzreiten" and the "Maienschlagen". The "Lieskauer Heidefest -spiele" have also developed into a high point in community life. The landmark of Lieskau is the proud oak in the school yard, also known as the "Friedenseiche". The entrance gate of the Lieskau Church, which is over 800 years old and is the oldest building in the village, is the most valuable cultural monument. In future, the A 143 is to run west of the community. The next connection point will be Salzmünde. A bus line runs from Höhnstedt via Lieskau to Halle (Saale) main station. The energy certificate (consumption certificate) was issued on July 15, 2021 and is valid until July 15, 2031, energy efficiency class E., final energy consumption of the building 153 kWh (m² * a), central heating, main energy source natural gas (heavy). In the case of the brokerage of the property, our brokerage fee for the seller (male / female / company) and the buyer (male / female / company) is each 3.57 percent of the notarized purchase price, due 4 weeks after the notarial certification of the purchase contract.