Tegernsee: The most expensive streets – Bad Wiessee, Gmund, Rottach-Egern

Tegernsee – Who thinks the most expensive streets can only be found in the big cities or islands of Germany, is wrong. Next to the Starnberger See, the communities around the Tegernsee belong to the most expensive places to live in Germany, here many strive for a holiday home or their own villa to enjoy the weekends and free days in the idyllic surroundings of the Tegernsee. The most expensive streets on Lake Tegern are located in the community in Rottach-Egern. Its proximity to the state capital Munich, as well as the beautiful nature and views of the lake make Tegernsee one of the most attractive places in Germany. Have a look at the most beautiful and expensive streets and places in Tegernsee. Click here to go back to the main page with the most expensive roads in Germany.

Living with lake view in Bavaria

Those who sometimes need a break from the colourful hustle and bustle of the big city will find it at Lake Tegernsee. The lake is located south of Munich and is easy to reach by car. Thus, the communities around the Tegernsee inspire with their idyllic landscape, the high level of discretion and the breathtaking nature. While the breathtaking view over Lake Tegernsee and the adjacent valleys is the charm of Leerberg, the communities of Gmund, Wiessee and Rottach convince with their proximity to the lakeshore. Prices per square metre at Lake Tegernsee are among the highest in the whole of Bavaria. Top prices can therefore regularly be achieved here.

List: The most expensive places & streets

Before we take a closer look at the individual streets in Tegernsee, you will now get an overview of the most expensive streets and locations around the lake. The purchase price per square metre is between €12,500 and €15,000.

  • Bad-Wiessee
  • Gmund
  • Rottach-Egern


One of the most popular residential areas is Rottach – a community south of Lake Tegernsee. Compared to Leerbach, the villas, multi-family and single-family homes here don’t have the greatest lake views, but they do inspire with their proximity to the village centre and the lakeshore. Especially individuals who do not like to live on top of the mountain like to settle in Rottach. Property prices here are around 15,000 euros per square metre.

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Bad Wiessee is a community in the Upper Bavarian district of Miesbach and is located on the western shore of Lake Tegernsee. In addition to a breathtaking view of Lake Tegernsee, the community impresses with its typical Bavarian charm. If you want to buy a common type of house or a certain type of apartment here, you will have to dig deep into your pocket. Large plots of land, beautiful views and lots of green space make the streets of the community some of the most expensive in Germany.

The price per square meter here is 15.000€ /sqm

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The community of Gmund is located on the northern shore of Lake Tegernsee in Upper Bavaria, only 46 km away from the state capital Munich. The direct access to Lake Tegernsee, the beautiful nature and the typical Bavarian architecture make Gmund an expensive and popular place to live. Properties directly on the shore or around the centre cost up to 12,500 euros per square metre.

The price per square meter here is 12.500€ /sqm

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Most expensive residential streets in Germany: By city

Sources: Image / Engel und Völkers / Lukinski

Street City / Region, District Maximum price / m²
Bad-Wiessee Tegernsee, Abwinkel 15,000 euros
Gmund Tegernsee, Lake Tegern 12.500 Euro
Rottach-Egern Tegernsee, Rottach-Egern 15,000 euros

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