Popular, lively and colourful - Welcome to Sendling!
The original Munich district of Sendling is a lively, colourful quarter in the best sense of the word, a successful mixture of modern new buildings, listed properties, magnificent Art Nouveau facades, historic squares and green islands.
Sendling is likeable - the harmonious interplay of old and new, of tradition and modernity, of city flair and a quiet way of life make up the lovable charm of this district. "Harras" is the old (and new) district centre of Sendling and only a few steps away - in a quiet residential street - we build for you the residential ensemble "Kidler36".
The freehold flats were built in well-known DEMOS quality and are at an address that can be described as a true stroke of luck: The central and yet protected location near Harras is ideal for all people who value a very good infrastructure, but also a quiet home. Every age group, whether singles, couples or families - everyone benefits from the diverse urban offer and the proximity to nature.
- 1- to 3-room condominiums
- Condominiums with garden/terrace, balcony or roof terrace
- Underground car park with individual parking spaces
- Modern architecture
- Construction according to energy saving regulations 2009
- Elevator from the basement to the top floor
- Underfloor heating
- Branded tiles from renowned manufacturers such as Villeroy & Boch
- Towel radiator in the bathroom
- Video intercom system
Sendling's most beautiful sides - a historically grown quarter offers real diversity.
The district offers a rich mixture: just a few minutes' walk from the front door there are many small and large treasures, such as the neighbouring Church of the Assumption, the parish of St. Korbinian in Valleystraße or the picturesque Kidlerplatz with adjoining playground and municipal nursery.
In addition to listed buildings and magnificent Art Nouveau facades, Sendling also has small rural oases to discover, such as Stemmerhof. The former farmhouse is home to a colourful mixture of organic shops, artists' workshops and a very popular café!
The nightlife is not neglected either: Those who enjoy going out and being active have the advantage that Sendling really offers something for every age group, for example the popular Feierwerk in Hansastraße with its extensive cultural offerings or the famous "Schlachthof", whose events are often shown on television.
Once a year on the open day you can visit the Grossmarkthalle Munich at the Gotzinger Platz - the big transshipment point for food and flowers - and spoil your senses with regional delicacies. The restaurant of the same name, an insider tip for Bavarian cuisine, is open all year round. Here you can enjoy the best Munich white sausages.
Living close to nature - over 600,000 m² of freedom.
Whether you as a young family would like to use the numerous leisure possibilities or as a single appreciate the proximity to the city centre: Here in Sendling there is something for everyone. In only a few minutes you can reach Westpark - the green oasis of Sendling - Südbad, Isarauen, Forstenrieder Park or Müllerstraße with its various nightlife possibilities.
And even in winter, the green surroundings are tempting: with the Neuhofener Berg, you have one of Munich's most popular tobogganing hills on your doorstep. And the best: whether by bike, on inline skates or on foot. You are just a few minutes away.
Sport and leisure activities:
- Jogging on the Isar or in Westpark
- Bathing fun for the whole family in Südbad
- Beer gardens in Westpark
- Concerts on the lake stage
- Strolling through the wholesale market
- Tobogganing at the Neuhofener Berg
- Shopping in the Munich pedestrian Zone
Mobile in all directions - on foot, by bike, by car and by public transport.
"Kidler36" has excellent transport connections. With the bus, underground and S-Bahn lines at Harras, you can reach Westpark in just 6 minutes, Marienplatz in just 8 minutes and Flaucher in just 18 minutes. You need just 3 minutes by bike to Südbad.
And by car you are in approx. 45 minutes at Ammersee and in approx. 20 minutes at Starnberger See.