Drei-Linden-Straße 22, 65812 Bad Soden am Taunus, Germany

. Drei-Linden-Straße 22, Bad Soden

Building and amenities
The Drei-Linden-Straße 22 project in Neuenhain, Bad Soden, is truly one of a kind. Set on the highest hill in all of Neuenhain, part of the wealthy and renowned Bad Soden ‘Kurort’, which translates to ‘cure place’ – a town famed for its resort-like spa and therapy culture, fresh air and climate – the Drei Linden project offers picturesque panoramic views of the surrounding hills and greenery.

Bad Soden’s Neuenhain is rich with history. The Drei-Linden-Straße, the street that is home to these projects, was named after Neuenhain’s main landmark - the three impressively sized, ancient ‘Linden’ trees that are right in front of these buildings. These trees, with their massive, over-a-meter-thick trunks, have been growing since the year 1640, and have been visited by - and inspired the works of – the likes of Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy (1844/45), Hoffmann von Fallersleben (1844) und Pjotr Iljitsch Tschaikowski (1870).

The Drei-Linden-Straße 22 project offers residents easy access to nature in the form of ‘Kurparks’ and forests with lush greenery, all within walking distance. With this exceptionally prestigious address being within walking distance of the Neuenhain city centre, with its old-German, traditional charm, residents can enjoy true distinctiveness and character. Lifestyles are elevated as residents become part of an elite community – Bad Soden, being a wealthy ‘Kurort’, is known for its lavish mansions and beautifully landscaped and well maintained public spaces and roads, where luxurious cars are not a rare sight.

Drei-Linden-Straße 22 comprises new, highly modern developments that are built to world-class standards, and for which no expense is spared. Indoor parking, flowering gardens, unparalleled views, contemporary designs, premium bathroom and kitchen fittings, and more converge into a project that offers the very best of modern living. Families and young professionals alike will see their lifestyles being enriched as they reside in one of Germany’s most exclusive, culturally rich, easily accessible and undisturbed locations.


AD&D (Architecture Design & Development) is the agency that was selected to design Main Tür’s off-plan projects. Founded and led by Ava Monshi (B’Arch. Univ. of Tehran) and Florian Oettl (Dipl.Arch. hons. Berlin Univ. of Technology and M.Arch. SciArc Los Angeles), AD&D’s international team combines the creation of architecture and interior design with a way of thinking and research that fosters artistic, high-quality designs and tailor-made concepts. AD&D works rigorously in scenarios, variations and alternatives with all media available such as hand sketches, physical models, drawings and renderings to constantly test the limits of outcomes and find the best possible solution for a given design objective. The focus is on sustainable, whole-lifecycle building concepts that use the latest building standards and contribute to the global, 21st-century discourse of architecture and interior design.