External blinds adapting to weather conditions, planters with automatic irrigation or a digitally controllable post box in the entrance area. No matter where you look, our property Benedikt finds a way to ease your everyday life. PLUS the location in the 7th district is truly exceptional, with a variety of restaurants and a wide range of cultural offerings.
The residential building has 27 rental units and a shop and impresses with its striking facade - architectural features adorned with herb-filled troughs, each assigned to an apartment and watered automatically.
The Schottenfeld part of the district once belonged entirely to the Benedictine abbey "Unsere Liebe Frau zu den Schotten" - today's Schottenstift. It was soon used exclusively as arable land. Due to financial difficulties, the Schottenstift was forced to subdivide and sell its grounds at the beginning of the 18th century.
The fields were generously cultivated, settled and raised to the status of a suburb. To this day, a Benedictine monk adorns the coat of arms of the Schottenfeld district on the Schottenäckern. That’s how Benedict gave this house its name.