On the west bank of the lake Starnberger See is our approx. 5.700 m² large park, including a 650 sqm private bank area with free lake access, only by a narrow footpath from the main lot separated.
The luxurious location of the spacious property offers during the day a splendid sunrise over the eastern shore of the lake until the moody sunset as a conclusion in the evening. This is a rarity on the west bank of Lake Starnberg.
The property is fully developed and accessible via an approx. 50 m long private road. The existing development plan limits the site on three sides through the green nature.
The offered lake property is one of the last remaining buildings on Lake Starnberg, a rarity, which is aptly described with the statement "best location" and "best view".
A partial area of the plot is covered with a development plan on the north-west side, resulting in a total area of about 690 sqm.
Due to the unique location between Munich and the majestic scenery of the Bavarian Alps, Feldafing offers an extremely attractive mixture of proximity to urban centers and access to beautiful natural paradise landscapes. In addition, the city center of Munich with the S-Bahn or via the motorway A95, can be reached in about 30 minutes.
Lake Starnberger See has so much to offer. Bavarian tradition, fish pies, fine restaurants, hearty beer gardens and fantastic golf courses. One meets with the relaxed shopping at the place, where no wish remains open.
Starnberg or Tutzing also offer the best medical care, excellent educational facilities and the Munich International School (MIS), as well as a diverse cultural offer for all ages.
A wide range of sports and leisure activities is self-evident. The first ski regions of the Alpine region can be reached in less than an hour.
Around the lake Starnberger See numerous golf courses offer enough variety on the green. And, of course, water sports lovers of all kinds can find a true paradise here.
6.350 sq meters of land
The Starnberger See is a lake in Bavaria, 25 km southwest of Munich. The lake is the second-largest lake after Lake Constance, Lake Müritz, Lake Chiem and Lake Schwerin, the fifth-largest lake in Germany, due to its large average depth.
The earliest names of the lake as Uuirmseo can be found in a document of 818, which refers to Holzhausen at Lake Würm.  Later on, Wirmsee was made, as was already the case in an early spring from the time of the Emperor Ludwig of Bavaria (1314-1347).  The name derives from the river Wirm (today Würm), which flows from the lake at Starnberg as the only river. In the 19th century the spelling of the two waters changed to Würm and Würmsee. It was only since 1962 that the lake was officially named Lake Starnberger See. This designation began to develop more and more from the end of the 19th century onwards, when the lake built a railway line from the former "Starnberger Flügelbahnhof" to Starnberg From towns as a trip destination. The lake also bears the surname Fürstensee.
Surface area: 56.36 km²
Length: 19.45 km
Width: 4,675 km
Volume: 2.998.92 million m³
Distance: 49 km
Maximum depth: 127.8 m
Average depth: 53.2 m
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