In this listed building, a Day Clinic for cosmetic surgery and orthodontics is created. Attached is a small hotel – for a stress-free stay before or after a treatment. It also provides an ideal way to combine medical care with a short break.
Gastronomy is in the house. The doctors and nurses can also use rooms and appartments in the complex. The Day Clinic is built in a baroque mid-18th century manor – a brick, U-shaped building. The main part of the building is rectangular with also rectangular side wings. These are aligned perpendicular to the main building and topped with three-aisled roofs. The Day Clinic is adjacent to a small park.
The planned structure is as follows:
– Medical practice for cosmetic surgery and
– Medical practice for orthodontics in the side wings,
– Gastronomy inbetween, in the center part of the building.
The facade of the former manor house has a pseudo rosalite, surrounded by a tympanum. The manor house has a basement and also a first floor. The attic offers space for apartments, as the gables in the mansard roof are converted into apartments. All three parts of the building are separately accessible.
Corresponding building permits have already been granted for use as a Day Clinic.