Via Engel & Völkers

A concrete-filled home by Wolfgang Döring has hit the market in Germany’s Langst-Kierst for €980,000 following a refresh to its modernist bones.

The German architect is well known in the North Rhine-Westphalia region, especially for his work in Dusseldorf, and he designed the midcentury three-bedroom bungalow in 1967.

Exposed concrete ceilings run throughout the German propertyon the market with Engel & Völkers – as well as painted brick walls. The open-plan living room and bedrooms feature full-length windows that look onto the back garden, which is shielded by a limestone wall.

Via Engel & Völkers

Recent renovations include a the installation of underfloor heating, as well as a glossy kitchen and bathroom.

Via Engel & Völkers
Via Engel & Völkers
Via Engel & Völkers

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