Building in historical style – “Niederrheinkate” with pantiles

Living in a historical farmhouse – a dream for many. With the help of the Sonsbeck-based property developer iHadL Immobilien, house-builders can now fulfil this dream: iHadL has specialized in building the “Niederrheinkate 1834” in the historical style of a Lower Rhineland farmhouse from the year 1834. The Niederrheinkate is modelled on a typical house from the 19th century – a two-post farmhouse, in which the family lived together with their animals under the same roof. An important part of the concept is the use of historical building materials, such as oak timber, German bluestone or...

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