A house that tells stories. With heart and soul. Wind-eyes and gossip. Pesel and pointed gable. A monument under thatch.
We invite you to a real Frisian house from 1745.
Where whole generations of sailors and farmers have lived. Artfully restored with a great sense of originality and sensitively enriched with the highest comfort and the latest technology. In a place where Frisian houses are traditionally at home: Morsum on Sylt.
- 500 sqm total area (living and usable space) 400 sqm living space
- 100 sqm usable space (outbuilding)
- 2,500 sqm plot
- 18.000 sqm meadow and pasture land bordering between house and golf course
- Stream on two sides
- Two large terraces
- Granny flat
- Garage with space for several cars and room with dog shower
- Horse keeping possible
The first entries in the house chronicle date back to 1745. According to seafarer Peter Theides, farmer Boy Thiessen moved into the residential house with tan and stable in 1830. His family lived there until the end of the records in 1967 and the house is still named after him today. This traditional "Thiessen-Hof" was reconstructed over four years by architect, furniture designer and Sylter by choice Siegfried Schelbach according to Frisian tradition, renewed in the sense of monument protection and modernized with great attention to detail.
The result is 400 sqm of extraordinary living space, surrounded by wide meadows, fields and heath landscapes.
- Generous room layout
- Modern interior fittings made of light-coloured Douglas fir in
- Italian cross stress
- Antique panelling and tiles
- Brick kitchen fireplace
- Living room fireplace with bronze apron
- High quality solid wood flooring and stone flooring
- 60 sqm professional kitchen with kitchen block, shell limestone top and all built-in appliances
- Spacious wellness area with whirlpool and glass sauna
- Intelligent building technology
- Sonos Home Entertainment
- Energy supply via geothermal energy
- Alarm system
- Electric gate system with bronze construction elements - Exterior lighting
- Outbuilding with 100 sqm
The hands feel history, the eye finds peace - living with all senses, that's what I call home.