Frankfurt Neighbourhoods and Real Estate
is a pedestrian-friendly city and a good place to shop around for real estate. Among the Frankfurt neighborhoods to look into are Römerberg, Ostend, Westend, and Sachsenhausen
is the historical heart of Frankfurt
, with a medieval marketplace and half-timbered houses. If you like this area of the city, Frankfurt realtors have a lot to offer around. You can buy a 1-bedroom apartment of 30 sq. meters for around €45,000. Those who want to buy a larger place may opt for an apartment of 104 sq. meters for the price of €93,000. The apartment consists of a kitchen, 3 rooms, 1 bathroom, storage space, and a balcony. If you prefer to buy a house in the area, you can get a single-family home of around 219 sq. meters for the price of €146,000.
If you are looking into Frankfurt rentals, you may shop around Ostend. This is a semi-industrial neighborhood on the outskirts of the city, which features many clubs and new restaurants. Here, you can find an apartment of 56 sq. meters for €840 a month. You will get an unfurnished apartment of 2 rooms, with an open plan kitchen, 1 bathroom, and a cellar. Additional features include phone connection and laminate flooring. Smoking is allowed.
is one of the Frankfurt neighborhoods, found on the south bank of the Main. Lined with cider taverns, it is a good place for delicacy shopping. The area is great but a bit pricey, and it is arguably the best place to settle. A 2-bedroom flat, for example, costs between €140,000 and €480,000. If you are looking for a smaller place, you can get an apartment with 2 rooms and an area of 54 sq. meters for €149,500. A more spacious apartment with 2 rooms and a living area of 76 sq. meters costs around €263,000. Then, a 3-room apartment (2 bedrooms) with an area of 94 sq. meters can easily cost you €475,000. This is if you want to buy a penthouse. If you prefer to rent a place, you can get an apartment in a new building, with 3 rooms and an area of 78 sq. meters for €1,900 a month. An apartment like this consists of a furnished living room, a spacious kitchen, two bedrooms, and 1 bathroom. It is found close to many bars, cafes, and shops, which offer an eclectic variety. The area itself has good access to public transport, perfect infrastructure, and many green areas.
To some, Heddernheim
feels like an old village, with narrow roads and houses with no or small gardens. If you are looking into Frankfurt properties in this area, you can buy a house for around €495,000. Those who prefer to rent can find an apartment of 60 sq. meters for €780 a month. The minimum rental period for such an apartment is 6 months. You can find a fully furnished 1-bedroom, 1 bathroom apartment with facility rooms (laundry and bicycle rooms) and a fitted kitchen. Additional features include laminate flooring, central heating, storage space, and a coin operated washing machine. This apartment is suited for people with disabilities (ramp at the entrance), and there is a parking space in front of the building. The apartment is featured with cable TV, but tenants pay all costs resulting from the use of GEZ, Internet, and telephone. Those who prefer to rent a place in Altstadt can find a furnished 1-bedroom, 1 bathroom apartment for around €1,000 a month. Apartments like this are featured with a fully fitted kitchen, laminate flooring, and amenities.