The "Villa Sporn" in Heiligendamm From the Villa Sporn you walk to the Baltic Sea beach in Heiligendamm less than two minutes (about 200 m). The Heiligendamm Spa in the Grand Hotel and the train station of the historic Mecklenburg Bäderbahn "Molli" are 500 meters away. Heiligendamm is connected to the regional bus transport. Thus, there are connections to Bad Doberan, the Baltic Sea Kühlungsborn and the nearest Hanseatic city of Rostock. For private transport there is a connection to the federal highway B 105 in Bad Doberan, 7 km away. The motorway exit Bad Doberan to the federal highway A 20 is approx. 20 km south of Heiligendamm. By air you reach Heiligendamm via the airports Hamburg, Berlin and Rostock-Laage. Airports in Zwedorf and Mönchhagen are available for arrival by small aircraft. Immediately after the sale of Heiligendamm to Baron von Kahlden in 1873, the Grand Hotel, the Villa Grand Duchess Marie and the Seeflügel der Badehaus (today's Mecklenburg Palace) were built. In this context, Nizze also mentioned the construction of the "Villa Sporn" from 1874 near the Waldhaus (today's Linden-Palais). The six axes of the west facade are, as in the Logierhäusern, restrained designed. The accents are in the garden front, which, as is typical of the resort architecture, uses all the possibilities of combining the exterior and interior spaces with balconies, loggias and terraces. Three central axes are strongly advanced. This creates a tense rhythm like 1: 3: 2. A flat roof underlines the overall cubic impression of the house. Despite the different tectonics, the Adler and Sporn villas are connected by the same window shapes and frames. As is typical in Heiligendamm, both houses receive a basement floor emphasized by horizontal plaster joints. Both villas resume the landscape reference given by the pearl necklace. The architectural style also corresponds to the restrained historicism typical of Heiligendamm. In their generosity they are like the buildings of the 70s of the 19th century signs of the careless Belle Epoque. Details subject to change. Changes and prior sale reserved.