Entengrabenstrasse 2 (Esslingen)
The house Entengrabenstrasse 2 in Esslingen am Neckar is a residential and commercial building from the 19th century.
The building on the corner of Obertorstraße was planned by Hermann Falch for the businessman Ernst Eberspächer and built in 1898. The hipped roof building has four floors. While the ground floor, which rests on a base made of artificial stone, is built in the manner of exposed brick walls, the other floors consist of timber framing with brick infill . The three gables face Entengrabenstrasse. At the corner of Obertorstraße the building has a corner bay with a helmet crown. The entrance to the former office of the first private bank in Esslingen is located on the ground floor at this corner of the building. These business premises are decorated with ceiling paintings and cast iron pillars.
- Andrea Steudle among others: Monument topography of the Federal Republic of Germany. Cultural monuments in Baden-Württemberg. Volume 1.2.1. City of Esslingen am Neckar , Ostfildern 2009, ISBN 978-3-7995-0834-6 , p. 112.