Apartment ID: IS17A1

  • Bio
    • Container: Brown
    • Location: In front of the house
  • Papier
    • Container: Green
    • Location: In front of the house
  • Restmüll
    • Container: Schwarz
    • Location: In front of the house
  • Verpackung

    • Yellow Bag
    • Location: Full yellow bags have to be stored downstairs in 2nd ground floor. They will be picked up 1xMonth.
  • Glas



Apartment ID: LS17A1 / LS17A2
All windows in our Apartments “Leuschnerstr. 17” are equipped with WINDOW VENTS which provide you fresh air from outside without opening the windows. The vent can be OPENED or CLOSED by a rotary switch:


Where we are

Our apartment is located Stuttgart Zuffenhausen and can be reached by car via B10/B27 as well as by U-Bahn U7 and U15 from Stuttgart main station (Stuttgart Hauptbahnhof).

Where to park

You can park along the “Beilsteiner Straße” or in the derect neighbourhood using the city owned parking which are free of cost.

Apartment ID: BS18A1
Location: Apartment / Living room / Sofa bed


Apartment ID: BS18A1
Location: Basement / Washing machine in the middle & standing dryer on the left side; both labeled with “ALFA / BS18A1”


Apartment IS17A1 / Washing machine

Where we are

Our apartments are located right in the center of Stuttgart a couple meters away from “Berliner Platz” and can be reached in a few minutes by subway or S-Bahn from Stuttgart main station.

Where to park

  • City owned parking lots directly in front of the house can be used free of charge during the night hours 22:00-08:00h.
  • However the daily rate is quite expensive and costs 5,50EUR/h.
  • For a longer stay we’d recommend you renting a parking space in the nearby “Schlossstraße” underground car garage from APCOA. A parking lot costs 17,00EUR/day.
  • Link to Google Maps: https://goo.gl/maps/1eYwnbQU6J9GCt2L8

Our house rules are guided by the requirements of the Baden Württenmerg neighborhood law. Of course the feeling of noise is very personal and with several people inside the apartment it may well happen that it becomes now and then something loudy, and the volume actually spills over 80dB 🙂 That’s not a problem at all but we’re not allowing any kind of organized events or parties in our apartments.

Especially during the quiet hours (Ruhezeiten) in the period 22:00-07:00 o’clock we’ve to take care of the neighbors and switch down a little bit to max. 60dB.

Our dB-meters are in no way disturbing and are set to trigger an acoustic and visual alarm only after the limit values of 80dB during the day and 60dB during the quiet hours have been continuously exceeded. We understand the alarm as a friendly call to order to the parties involved.

Ps. Below are a few of empirical values, so that you can better imagine the situation:

  • A meal with friends or family is generally around 60-70 dB
  • A party at 70-80 dB and
  • A loud party at 80-90 dB