The boat houses on the Baltic coasts were previously used primarily for storing and maintaining ships and fishing gear. The traditional, simple building structure, its integration into the landscape and its genuine use of materials have also served as a source of inspiration for the "Strandwood House".
The idea behind the architectural design is just as simple as it is well thought-out: A lot of light, emphasis on the panoramas and a modest, coherent design. The house represents nonchalance style awareness and a high feel-good factor.
Sticking to natural materials and a clear, functional design with lots of built-in closets create clarity and space. The living space consists of more than 130 square meters in total; the spacious main room, including the kitchen and dining area, is characterised by an open gallery. The ceilings here can be almost eight metres high. All rooms receive lighting from two sides.
It sleeps 6 people and has one room with a large double bed and two twin rooms. In summer, the garden with its spacious terrace invites you to sit outside and in winter, the fireplace and sauna provide cozy hours.
The Strandwood House is a dream for individualists who are looking for nature and tranquility and who also value a clear design line when on holiday.
With water directly before the bow, this house could not be better located on the Mönchgut peninsula on Rügen's southwest corner. The clear view opens up in the southwest direction towards the Hagensche Wiek up to the Granitz hunting lodge on the Tempelberg mount. The vacation home is surrounded by the Zickerschen Alps at the stern. This slightly-curved, hilly landscape, which is more than 60 metres high, is part of the Southwest Rügen biosphere reserve, is grazed by sheep in an ecologically-responsible manner, and serves as a paradise for hikers and strollers.
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Am Hafen 2
Gager / Rügen, 18568