House gable with large floor window behind a stone wall, on the right deciduous tree branches



There is room for individualists in Waldeck-Frankenberg. For tenants, creative do-it-yourselfers or home builders: in the district you can rent flats at a reasonable price, redesign traditional living space to your heart's content or create a cosy home of your own for the whole family - and all at affordable prices.

Whether spacious living space in the (old) city, the farm in the countryside or the cottage in the countryside: Waldeck-Frankenberg offers plenty of space to realise your own dreams - close to nature and, if you feel like it, with your own garden.

You can discover them on a walk through the historic old towns: ancient town halls, marketplaces steeped in history - and small alleyways where, with a lot of imagination, you can still hear the clatter of horses' hooves on the cobblestones. The history of the district lives on in magnificent old buildings or cosy half-timbered houses.

Whether it's your first own four walls, a cosy flat for couples or enough square metres with space for the whole family: Waldeck-Frankenberg offers living space for every need at fair rental prices.

Building your own home in the district

Who wouldn't want to live in their own house, built the way they have long dreamed of? But before the front door key can be turned for the first time, there are a few things to plan and consider. The district of Waldeck-Frankenberg is happy to support all builders with appropriate advisory services.

Renovate and receive funding

In order to make life in rural areas even more attractive, the district is striving for new utilisation concepts with flexible monument protection, especially for older buildings: traditional and modern building forms can be combined well here. The district supports construction measures in this area with funds of up to 500,000 euros per year.

Monument protection in Waldeck-Frankenberg

When one thinks of monuments, one usually has castles, palaces or churches in mind. Normal houses or factories can also be monuments - and enjoy special protection. Monument protection does not mean standing still. Structural changes only have to be approved by the district as the monument protection authority.

Aerial view of a housing estate on the outskirts of the village

Retrieve online development plans

Before buying a plot of land, it is worth taking a look at the development plan: It determines how areas and buildings can be designed in an area.

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