Real estate agent for Winterhude & Uhlenhorst
If you are an owner in one of Hamburg's most beautiful and exclusive residential areas and have ever considered selling or renting your property, or you are interested in renting a suitable apartment or buying a beautiful apartment or house in central Hamburg - then turn to us with confidence:
Your qualified VON POLL IMMOBILIEN brokers (IHK).
The tradition-conscious brokerage house VON POLL IMMOBILIEN maintains excellent contacts with interested parties with purchasing power, who are looking for a property to buy or rent in the most exclusive and popular districts of Hamburg.
Like to visit your VON POLL IMMOBILIEN store at Papenhuder Straße 27 in Uhlenhorst.
We broker real estate in Hamburg with enthusiasm and success. We can work for you in the entire greater Hamburg area and are your specialized contact for the districts of Winterhude, Uhlenhorst, Hafencity, Barmbek-Süd, St. Georg, Hohenfelde, Eilbek, Hamm, Hammerbrook, Borgfelde as well as for the old town and the new town.
The real estate market
The Hamburg real estate market impresses with value retention, long-term value increases and, above all, diversity: from the classic Wilhelminian style of the turn of the century and modern metropolitan apartments to post-war buildings and fine and stately Alster villas, there is a rich selection for upscale living requirements. The central locations to the southeast and north of the Alster River are attractive because of their diversity in the midst of the vibrant metropolis of Hamburg. Locals and visitors especially appreciate the water and the omnipresent greenery, but also the urban city life with all its cultural and livable opportunities. The rivers Elbe and Alster are the heart of the city. In history, they gave the reason for the first settlements due to the excellent trade opportunities. Today, the natural landmarks are popular attractions for everyone. And who then nevertheless the wanderlust seizes, which appreciates the short distances to the airport Hamburg, to the central station or to the cruise terminal of the large cruise ships.
Winterhude and Uhlenhorst
The neighboring districts are located northwest of the Alster and offer, in addition to the proximity to the city center, a lot of nature and numerous recreational opportunities - not least thanks to the city park and the Außenalster, which are located directly in front of the front door. Of the approximately 74,000 residents, a great many live sophisticated to exclusive lives in one of Hamburg's most sought-after residential and business areas. Small boutiques and fine restaurants line the bustling centers of this district, which is blessed with a great deal of preserved old buildings. In terms of price, only the western Alster areas, Hafencity and parts of the Elbe suburbs are at a comparable level.
Becoming known as Europe's largest inner-city construction project and, in particular, due to the worldwide reputation of the prestigious Elbphilharmonie concert hall, Hafencity has developed into a hotspot of new maritime housing over the past 15 years. The highest prices per square meter in the city are achieved here primarily through new buildings, some of which are breathtaking, with city panoramas and water views. The approximately 7,000 residents appreciate the exclusive comfort of ultra-modern condominiums as well as the perfect location close to the city center. Within walking distance of Jungfernstieg and the busiest shopping streets in northern Germany, or by public transport to every other corner of the city - it could hardly be more central. In addition to Hamburg's largest shopping center, a new cruise terminal for cruise ships is also being built in the center of Hafencity. The exciting development until the final completion of Hafencity in the direction of Elbbrücken will still take a few years.
St. Georg and Hohenfelde
The two districts southeast of the Außenalster, which also characterizes this area, are perfectly connected due to their direct proximity to the main train station and offer living space for every taste and budget: whether exclusive and sophisticated near the banks of the Alster or practical and a little more affordable near the main train station and the main roads - the approximately 22,000 residents of these colorful, multicultural and extremely livable districts are as diverse as the possibilities. Many different people and mentalities meet here, which makes life in these neighborhoods particularly varied and exciting. You will hardly find more diversity anywhere else in Hamburg. The city center with its numerous shopping opportunities is also within walking distance from here.
The sprawling district with its nearly 36,000 inhabitants forms the second row to the eastern Outer Alster behind Winterhude and Uhlenhorst and is almost entirely framed by the Eilbek Canal in the south and the Osterbek Canal in the north. The proximity to the beautiful city park, the Alsterfleeten and the large shopping center Hamburger Meile convinces many residents of this central and highly desirable location.
Eilbek and Hamm
Two of the very centrally located districts that are still reasonably affordable. The areas, which are optimally connected in terms of transport, have a particularly high population density. Thus, about 60,000 inhabitants live here on a relatively small area. Nevertheless, Eilbek in particular has many advantages due to its proximity to the Eilbek Canal and thus to the waterway in the direction of the Outer Alster, and also has somewhat more of the charming old building component than Hamm. Both residential areas also have a lot of greenery and beautiful parks for local recreation.
Hammerbrook and Borgfelde
Einst heavily populated, the former middle-class working-class neighborhoods were completely destroyed during the war. Today they are among the smallest and least populated districts of Hamburg. A good 13,600 residents share the area with larger commercial and office spaces. Due to its proximity to the main train station, all parts of Hamburg can be reached quickly and easily. Nevertheless, the two districts are very different. Hammerbrook is, except for a huge new construction area, rather left to the economy, while Borgfelde has more housing at affordable prices.
Altstadt and Neustadt
The first written mention of Hammaburg took place in 834 AD. The imposing castle surrounded the entire areas of today's Old and New Town including the Binnenalster. In the here and now, housing has been largely removed from the city center. Shopping, administration and offices occupy almost the entire area. There are only a few residential areas, such as around the Michel, Hamburg's most famous church, near which the well-known Portuguese Quarter also exudes Mediterranean flair. Of course, the Elbe River including the world-famous Speicherstadt and Hamburg's most extensive shopping district around the Town Hall and Binnenalster is a popular destination for all residents and tourists. The infrastructure is perfect.
Property valuation of your house or apartment.
If you want to sell or rent your property, take advantage of our offer for a professional market price assessment by our certified freelance experts for real estate valuation (PersCert®/WertCert®/DEKRA) - free of charge and without obligation for owners in the greater Hamburg area.
Your VON POLL IMMOBILIEN brokers (IHK) arrange attractive properties in sought-after residential and commercial locations. Make an appointment now - we look forward to meeting you in person.
Your VON POLL IMMOBILIEN Team Hamburg Alster-Ost