Lotte, a little brook whose splashing you can hear at night, gave the name to the street about 200 years ago. Our house was built there in 1925 on the edge of the old town of Weimar. Today the traffic-calmed street is named after the priest Paul Schneider who died in Buchenwald. Here you are spared the hustle and bustle of the many inner city events. On foot you walk past Wilhelminian and Art Nouveau villas to the centre of the National Theatre in 15 minutes. Runners and dog owners are only a few minutes away from the lawns in the Kirschbach Valley.
Not visible from the house and still less than 5 minutes walk away, you can comfortably do all the necessary shopping: A “Tegut” supermarket with bakery, postal agency and Asia snack bar, a pharmacy, a “denns” organic market also with snack bar and a “dm” drugstore market offer an all-round good supply. All this is rounded off with an ATM, 2 charging stations for e-mobiles and a bus station for trips to the city centre.