Location of the Fasanerie district in Munich
Photos of the surroundings of the Fasanerie district

Living in the Fasanerie

Apartments for rent and for sale

The pheasantry after which the district of Fasanerie was named was founded by Duke Wilhelm V in the 16th century and continued to house birds into the 20th century.

To the center (Marienplatz) To the central station To the airport
11,9 km 10,0 km 35,3 km

Rental offers in Munich-Fasanerie

Scandinavian-style single family home 5.5-room House Fasanerie rented Details
Lerchenau/Moosach: Quiet apartment near S1 1-room Apartment Fasanerie rented Details
Chic apartment near lake Fasanerie 3-room Apartment Fasanerie rented Details
NEW CONSTRUCTION 2019 - Bright penthouse apartment 3-room Apartment Fasanerie rented Details
Bright garden apartment with patio 2-room Apartment Fasanerie rented Details
Attic apartment with good floorplan 1-room Apartment Fasanerie rented Details
Elegant, detached 4-room house in Munich-Fasanerie 4-room House Fasanerie rented Details
Beautiful maisonette apartment with balcony and parking space 4-room Apartment Fasanerie rented Details
Beautifully furnished apartment at the northwestern outskirts, Munich-Fasanerie 2.5-room Apartment Fasanerie rented Details
Sunny, fully furnished roof terrace apartment 3-room Apartment Fasanerie rented Details

Offers for sale in Munich-Fasanerie

For loft lovers: 3-room apartment with a far-reaching view over the Olympic Village 3-Rooms Apartment Hasenbergl sold Show details
Lerchenau: 3-room attic apartment with panoramic view over the Olympiadorf 3-Rooms Apartment Hasenbergl sold Show details
Lerchenau: Family-friendly 3.5-room apartment with garden 3-Rooms Apartment Hasenbergl sold Show details

The lakes Fasaneriesee and Lerchenauersee are two beautiful recreation areas located within easy walking distance. The quarter borders Feldmoching in the north, Lerchenau in the east, and Allacher Lohe in the south. The city center and the outskirts can be reached quickly via the S-Bahn line S1 (station Fasanerie).

The settlement on the former site of the electoral pheasant garden was built between the two world wars as a horticultural colony and in the 1970s was converted into a residential area with mainly single-family and terraced houses. Today you can find many beautiful properties. If you did not find the right apartment for you here, then it is also worth taking a look at the neighboring districts of Feldmoching, Hasenbergl and Moosach.

Unfurnished rental apartments can be found on Immoscout24 (unfortunately only in German language). The Immoscout24 app, is also available in English.

Photo galleries

Fasanerie See
Lerchenauer See
Feldmochinger See


Several shops


Several restaurants and bars


3 swimming lakes: Feldmochinger, Fasanierie-, and Lerchenauer lake

The districts of Munich

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