Bonn-Auerberg Compared to its neighbors, Auerberg has only just left its youth behind and has just grown up, while Bonn-Castell, Graurheindorf and Buschdorf bear the distinctive features of their venerable age. Many centuries there, around 100 years here. Auerberg has borne its name since 1966, derived from old field names for the fields to the left and right of the already Roman Kölnstrasse, not far from the Roman camp. Auerberg now has around 10,000 inhabitants. In the new development area on the northern outskirts of Bonn you will find a quiet residential area in the immediate vicinity of the Rhine. In addition, Auerberg has good shopping facilities, secondary schools and the Sportpark Nord with a swimming pool and is characterized by good local transport connections and its flat cycle paths, which can be used to reach Bonn city center in just 15 minutes. At the same time, nearby motorway junctions offer fast connections in all directions, especially to Cologne and Konrad-Adenauer Airport (motorway connection A565). These are our properties in Auerberg: Prager Strasse 21-35 – Prager courtyards Prager Strasse 11-19 – Prager houses Prager Strasse 20-98 – residential courtyards Auerberg Londoner Strasse 34-44 (subsidized housing)

Bonn-Castell The district of Bonn-Castell is located in the north of Bonn and was known as Bonn-Nord until 2003. Around 10,500 people now live here. The name "Castell" is reminiscent of the Roman past of Bonn and the district, as are some of the street names in the district, e.g. B. the Römerstraße, the Legionsweg or the Augustusring. The Roman military camp "castra bonnensia" formed the nucleus around which the city of Bonn later developed. Some street names are still reminiscent of the Roman camp, such as "Am Römerlager" and "Augustusring" and the reconstruction of a Roman crane. When the Rhine is low, the remains of the former Roman harbor can be seen. A good shopping infrastructure for daily needs can be found along Kölnstraße, which also forms the border to Nordstadt. In Castell there are many residential buildings, office and administration buildings, several institutes of the University of Bonn, as well as numerous federal authorities and churches worth seeing, such as the Catholic parish church of St. Joseph from 1931, a brick building in the Bauhaus style by the Cologne architects Boell and Neuhaus. In summer, the Römerbad outdoor pool, located directly on the banks of the Rhine, attracts numerous visitors. The promenade running along the Rhine with footpaths and cycle paths offers ample opportunity for strolling and doing sports. The many green areas invite you to linger and relax. In Bonn-Castell, urban life takes place in the immediate vicinity of the Rhine, ideal for people of all ages who appreciate short distances but are not necessarily fanatics of peace and quiet. The city center can be reached in a few minutes on foot or quite comfortably by bike. These are our properties in Castell: Irmintrudisstrasse 6-10 Nordstrasse 44 Nordstrasse 110-114

Bonn-Dransdorf Dransdorf is a district in the northwest of Bonn with around 5000 inhabitants. It is about four kilometers from downtown. The district has retained its street village-like character with the grown town center with church and the relics of Dransdorf Castle. Many post-war buildings, often three-storey row buildings, characterize the townscape. There are large fields to the south and west of the district. In the immediate vicinity of Dransdorf are the Bonn districts of Tannenbusch in the north, Weststadt in the north-east,Endenich in the south-east and Lessenich/Meßdorf in the south, as well as the municipality of Alfter in the west. A large part of Dransdorfs is relatively low, like all parts of the city facing the Rhine. In the direction of Meßdorf, the terrain rises with the Dransdorfer Berg, behind it the Meßdorfer Feld expands. The district has a good infrastructure and very good transport connections to the city's public transport network. In a short time you can reach Bonn city center or other centers from Dransdorf with several bus lines, the tram lines 16 and 63 and the Vorgebirgsbahn S 23. This is our property in Dransdorf: Siemensstrasse 144 – ROM.HOF

Bonn-Endenich The district of Längenich with its approx. 12,700 inhabitants has its own so-called "culture mile". It may not be big, but according to the motto "small but nice", it still has a lot to offer. It is located on Frongasse and includes four Bonn institutions that are popular with visitors: the Rex arthouse cinema, the Springmaus house, Harmonie and the Irish pub The Fiddlers. The Rex has a wonderful ambience and, with its large hall, is probably one of the most beautiful cinemas in Bonn; good films are still valued here. The district does not have a subway network, but bus lines 622, 623, 632 and 635 run from the main train station in the direction ofEndenich. There is direct motorway access to the A565 through its own junction. Inendenich, students prefer to feel at home. The decisive factor here is the proximity to the university, which can be reached by bike in a few minutes. But even for older students,endenich is worth considering. Here you will find a place with culture, short distances and a lot of quality of life. These are our properties inEndenich: Lutfridstrasse 1-11 Lutfridstrasse 6-20 Magdalenenstrasse 28-30 Pastoratsgasse 14

Bonn-Kessenich With around 12,600 residents, the Kessenich district is a family-friendly district of Bonn at the foot of the Venusberg between Südstadt and Dottendorf. The quiet residential area with its beautiful, centuries-old residential buildings and traditional pubs offers not only various schools and kindergartens, but also excellent shopping opportunities and good connections to the city center and to the surrounding local recreation areas and the Bonn University Hospital. Here you can also see the parish church Alt-St. Nicholas and the famous Rosenburg from the early 19th century, framed by small, well-kept parks. The retail trade offers everything for everyday needs, so in addition to various supermarkets you will also find small shops that offer books, jewellery, stationery, household goods as well as flowers and decorative items. If you are looking for relaxation after shopping or a visit to the hairdresser, you will find a wide range of offers here in Kessenich. You can quickly go for a walk along the Rhine, in the Rheinauen or in the nearby Kottenforst nature park. The city center can also be reached in a few minutes by bike or on foot. The transport connections to other parts of the city are also good and the proximity to the motorway exit is an advantage. These are our properties in Kessenich: Lotharstraße 100 Lotharstraße 102 Lotharstraße 104 Lotharstraße 106 Lotharstraße 108 Lotharstraße 111-119 & 135 Lotharstraße 134

Bonn-Nordstadt Today's Bonn Nordstadt is a developed district on the edge of the historic old town near the city center, in which around 16,000 people* live. Its origin is about the same as that of the southern part of the city. The north town was not as favored in terms of landscape as the south town and so it developed more into a residential area for the lower middle class. Some of the predominantly three-storey residential buildings built in this district have commercial areas in the basement or in annexes. In contrast to the southern part of the city, almost all of the residential buildings did not have balconies or front gardens. Narrow, winding streets and old houses characterize the southern part of the northern part of the city (Innere Nordstadt), which has therefore also been known as the "old town" since the mid-1970s. Due to the many pubs, this district was and still is very popular with students and young people. To the northeast, this part of the city is bordered by Kölnstrasse. Since 1990, the entire Nordstadt district has been a listed building. In the northern part of the city there are kindergartens, schools, small businesses, cafés, restaurants and art squares. Near the Stadthaus, at the southern end of the northern part of the city, is the "Old Cemetery", laid out in 1715, with the graves of famous Bonn personalities. Opposite the listed Frankenbad, one of Bonn's four indoor swimming pools, on the Hochstadenring, the Bonner Kunstverein and the Bonn Artists' Forum are located. On the Viktoriabrücke you will find the famous August Macke House, in which exhibitions about the artist are shown, and the Women's Museum is also in the northern part of the city. There are also a few church buildings to admire, including the neo-Gothic Catholic town church of St. Marien on the corner of Adolfstraße and Oppenhoffstraße, built between 1887 and 1892, which is one of the most important and stylish churches in Bonn city centre. The Ludwig Erhard vocational college for business and administration is also located in the northern part of the city. The district has the large commercial area "Verteilerkreis" with a direct connection to the A555 and A565. In addition to a few car dealers and the eggnog manufacturer Verpoorten, there are also supermarkets, discounters, a hardware store and some other dealers located here. These are our properties in Nordstadt: Adolfstrasse 61-63 Dorotheenstrasse 72-74 Dorotheenstrasse 76 Heerstrasse 37 Im Krausfeld 19 Kölnstrasse 85 Paulstrasse 14

Bonn-Poppelsdorf In the center of Bonn is the district of Bonn-Poppelsorf, which is home to around 6,300 residents. The trendy district of Poppelsdorf is known for its hustle and bustle and is appreciated for its close proximity to the Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn, the botanical garden of the University of Bonn, the city center and the Bonn hotspots. There are numerous university institute buildings on Meckenheimer Allee and Nussallee, some of them from the 19th century, including the Old Chemical Institute. In Poppelsdorf and especially in the adjacent districts of Südstadt and Weststadt there are still many residential buildings from the Gründerzeit (approx. 1840-1873) and Historicism (approx. 1870-1910). The extensive Poppelsdorfer Friedhof, one of the oldest cemeteries in Bonn, as well as the Melbbad, an open-air swimming pool in a mountainous park, are also located in this elegant district. Sights include the Mineralogical Museum housed in the Poppelsdorf baroque palace, the Goldfuss Museum with its large collection of fossils and the Lutheran Church, the only Neo-Renaissance church in the Rhineland. On the "Poppelsdorfer Meile" there are numerous and varied restaurants, cozy cafés and chic bars, which are primarily aimed at students and lecturers at the university. Everything you need for everyday life can be found here, from pharmacies, banks, bakeries, florists, boutiques, hairdressers, grocery stores, butchers and supermarkets, opticians, stationery and gift shops to newsagents. Poppelsdorf has good transport connections, so you can reach the University Hospital Bonn (UKB) or the city center in a short time with various bus lines. You can be in the city center in a few minutes by bike, and it takes about 15 minutes on foot. These are our properties in Poppelsdorf: Burggartenstraße 27 Reuterstraße 2 Sebastianstraße 70-76 Sternenburgstraße 24 Sternenburgstraße 28

Bonn-Südstadt Bonn's Südstadt, which is located on the banks of the Rhine and has around 10,000 inhabitants, is historically very valuable. Together with Weststadt, it is the largest contiguous and well-preserved Gründerzeit district in Germany. In the beautiful residential buildings from the turn of the century you will find charming cafés and elegant restaurants with excellent cuisine. The well-known Zoological Research Museum Alexander König is located at the southern end of the district, other museums in the district near the Rhine are the Arithmeum with the mathematical exhibitions, the Egyptian Museum of the University of Bonn and the Academic Art Museum. The Südstadt is popular beyond the borders of Bonn and is known for the lush green areas of Poppelsdorfer Allee, Stadtgarten and Hofgarten. The Poppelsdorfer Allee, which was once built as a connecting road between the Electoral Palace and the Poppelsdorf Palace, is lined with beautiful Wilhelminian style houses and borders on the Kaiserplatz in the city centre. The Hofgarten, which was created in the 18th century, is part of both Bonn's south and city center and is bordered by the Electoral Palace, which houses the Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms University. Due to its central location, the Hofgarten is a popular local recreation area for the people of Bonn and visitors, not only in summer. Located south of downtown Bonn, this district of Südstadt is bordered by Regina-Pacis-Weg, Poppelsdorfer Allee, Reuterstrasse, Kaiserstrasse, Weberstrasse and the Rhine. These are our properties in Südstadt: Bismarckstraße 2a Kaiserstraße 52 Schumannstraße 35

Bonn-Weststadt Weststadt is located near the main train station, not far from the city center. With around 7,800 residents, the centrally located district is a very popular residential area and, together with Südstadt, forms one of the largest Gründerzeit districts in Germany. Weststadt is a sought-after place to live, mainly due to its proximity to the university and good transport links in all directions. In the middle of the musicians' quarter, the tree nursery grove as an urban park and the Beethovenplatz form attractive green accents. On the edge of the park, towards Beethovenplatz, is the Electoral Gardener's House. Art exhibitions are presented in the gardener's house. The larger, representative buildings in the west of the city include the building of the Rhineland Chamber of Agriculture onEndenicher Allee and the Borromäushaus on Wittelsbacherring. In the western part of the city there are numerous shops for everyday needs, as well as hobby and garden markets. In the vicinity of the Victoria Bridge you can visit various bars and restaurants. For those interested in culture there is the Rheinisches Landesmuseum Bonn, which presents the art and cultural history of the Rhineland metropolitan region since the early days. This is our property in Weststadt: Baumschulallee 28-30

Bonn center The architecturally beautiful Bonn center with its approx. 5,440 inhabitants is located in the immediate vicinity of the Rhine and north of the southern part of the city. The center has a lot to offer culturally. In addition to a cinema, the opera and the well-known Bonn Minster are among the highlights of the city center. With its public places, such as the church square, Friedensplatz, Münsterplatz and market square, they also offer plenty of opportunities to enjoy city life during the day. But especially in the evening hours, the city center presents itself from its most beautiful side with all the cozy restaurants, the nice cafes, clubs and bars in a traffic-calmed location. The center is also entirely dedicated to Ludwig van Beethoven. In addition to the Beethoven statue on Münsterplatz and the Beethovenhalle, which marks the northern end of the center, there is also Beethovengasse, where the house where the famous composer was born is located. On the southern edge of the district, next to the main university building, is the "Alter Zoll" beer garden, which is a popular destination for students in particular, right on the banks of the Rhine. The transport connections could not be better. Most of the public transport runs directly through the center from the main train station and the adjacent bus station. The motorway to the north can be reached in a few minutes. This is our property in the center of Bonn: Herwarthstraße 19