The classic white stucco/woodwork color scheme and floor-to-ceiling triple-glazed windows crowned by a red-tiled roof underscore the Nordic character in harmonious architecture. As well as provides excellent soundproofing. Environmentally sophisticated, the house is heated with a heat pump and rain falling on the roof is collected in a cistern to keep the garden green.

Panoramic windows and the two east/west facing terrace doors drench the rooms in sunlight. Almost close enough to touch, the brackish waters of the Hiddensee, the Rassower Strom, provide an endless ever-changing backdrop no matter the weather. Regardless of whether breakfast is served in the cozy dining area or outside on one of the terraces, you’ll always be surrounded by nature at its purest and enjoy seaside views of the protected coastal zone, home to countless types of birds.


The spacious single-story house also offers the highest degree of comfort and amenities to its guests, right down to the child-sized loft for young bookworms and unobstructed accessibility for young and old alike. The 1200 m² garden and far-flung, beautifully situated adjoining properties of similar construction allow for the greatest amount of privacy and individuality.

The extended gabled roof slants toward the coast and the garden to protect the stately terrace from the elements so that you can still curl up outdoors with a book even during a gentle warm drizzle. The roof also adds shade under the midday sun for lazy afternoons watching passing sailboats.



Shaded summertime and snow-protected winter parking is provided for two automobiles in the property’s covered carport directly in front of the house on the “Am Ufer” side of the street. A short well-kept path leads to the home’s covered entryway featuring collected Rügen stones and a Swedish bench from which to watch the world go by, designed not only to offer protection from the elements but also evoke carefree and relaxing days.


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