Located directly on the Bay of Mecklenburg, the Kühlungsborn seaside resort is one of the largest spa and health resorts on the German coast. Large, but never hectic! With its pleasant paths and sun-dappled glades, the urban forest generously invites visitors to explore. At nearly four kilometres, the longest boardwalk in Germany beckons with a fully unobstructed view of the sea. The blue of the Baltic Sea together with the brilliant white facades of stately, classic villas in resort architecture style create an elegant play of colours. With a maritime, almost Mediterranean touch, the Kühlungsborn seaside resort has presented itself as a charming location for effortless relaxation for nearly 130 years. Casually welcoming guests to a dream of Baltic Sea wind. An internationally trendsetting ensemble is in development in a unique beach location in the western part of the Kühlungsborn seaside resort. A total of 27 luxury villas will be built on spacious properties 800 to 2,300 sq.m. in size with 150 to 300 sq.m. of living space. These villas have a lot to offer: In addition to their prime location directly on the Baltic Sea, the classic buildings captivate with their elegance and joie de vivre. Laterally arranged entryways offer the utmost privacy, and classic columns or tasteful balconies give the residences both a stately flair and a Venetian feel. With "Villa Charlotte", "Villa Alexandrine" and "Villa Luise", three different types of villas are available to create a fully personalised dream house on the sea. The new exclusive housing estate ideally combines nature and infrastructure in a perfect location to enjoy the sun and sea – with enduring elegance. This estate will be located on one of the last available Baltic Sea properties in the region – directly between Kühlungsborn and the Riedensee nature reserve area. The nature conservation requirements were thoroughly taken into account during development. Here, one lives surrounded by bird calls and the timeless sounds of the sea. Villa Charlotte: Charlotte Amalie, Queen of neighbouring Denmark in the 17th century, surely would have enjoyed this villa as a small summer estate: a semi-detached home with two living spaces which are 153 sq.m. in size. Laterally arranged entryways offer a great deal of privacy. In the spacious, column-free piano nobile, ceiling-to-floor windows flood the salon, dining room and kitchen with light. Laterally arranged balconies create both a stately flair and a Venetian feel, which can also be enjoyed on the loggia on the upper floor. Two bright, generous en suite bedrooms, which are bathed in light and feature their own dressing area, can be found on the top floor. The arrangement of the Villa Charlotte opens up the possibility for its use as a lavish stand-alone property with approx. 300 sq.m. of living space. Price includes land. Details for the individual properties can be found in a separate price list.