Your real estate agent for Radebeul, Coswig, Meißen and surroundings
In the Free State of Saxony, 10 kilometers northwest bordering the metropolitan area of Dresden, lies the large district town of Radebeul. Due to the extremely mild climate in the Elbe valley in the midst of beautiful nature, it is also called the "Nice of Saxony" and is considered the heart of the legendary Saxon wine route. Since the times of the Saxon royal houses - until today - Radebeul is one of the most popular places to live in Saxony.
Towards the Speckgürtel!
Radebeul, along with Pirna, Freital, Coswig, Weinböhla and Meißen, is one of the largest medium-sized centers of the Dresden conurbation and has an excellently developed infrastructure. In addition to connections to the highway (A4) and to federal and state highways, you will also find a suburban train and a streetcar line as well as several bus lines. Dresden's city center can be reached from the Radebeul Ost train station by suburban train in less than 20 minutes - and by car in about 30 minutes. Likewise, the highway connection to Dresden Airport is optimal for travelers.
Quiet location - rapid growth
The economic development in Radebeul is above average. Resident entrepreneurs and those who want to settle here appreciate the town's quiet location, life between nature and culture, and good connections to Dresden. The solid basis for growth is a medium-sized and international mix of industries, including mechanical engineering and metalworking, pharmaceuticals and chemicals, food production and service providers. Highly qualified workers are constantly in demand. Potential investors and entrepreneurs will find a well-structured business development system.
The most pleasant climate in Saxony - also on the real estate market
The wonderful climate with above-average sunny days a year and moderate precipitation makes the northern slopes of the Elbe Valley ideal for growing grapes. Not least one of many reasons that give Radebeul a special quality of life. Radebeul's cityscape is characterized by distinctive sights such as the Bismarck Tower, the Adolph Diesterweg Observatory and the historic city center. Many buildings have historically interesting structures - for example, the more than 300 listed villas. The villa colonies affectionately known as the "gold dust quarter" are Zitzschewig, Lindenau and Wahnsdorf. After reunification, the real estate market here rehabilitated rapidly and is now at the highest level. Owners who want to sell or rent their house or apartment will find ideal conditions.
Enjoying life to the fullest
Radebeul is the city that was home to one of the world's most widely read German writers: Karl May. Thus, Radebeul offers not only a museum dedicated to the author, but also the elaborately staged Karl May Festival. The city looks back on a long tradition of viticulture - visitors can enjoy this during extensive tasting tours along the many wineries. Countless hiking and biking trails in and around the city as well as into the upper Elbe Valley offer great recreational value. First-class hotels and restaurants round off the well-positioned cultural, sports and recreational offerings.
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For you in the best locations - our competent real estate agents for Radebeul, Coswig, Meißen, Weinböhla and surroundings will be happy to advise you personally and individually.
With best regardsYour VON POLL IMMOBILIEN Team Radebeul.