Peaceful living in the middle of Berlin’s City West, with a view across the roofs of the well-to-do district of Wilmersdorf. For those who are looking for something special: individuals and couples alike will find all sorts of possibilities when it comes to creating a comfortable and varied life for themselves in this beautiful attic floor flat.
Over 100 years ago, Wilmersdorf was already considered one of the most popular parts of what was then known as Berlin’s “Neuer Westen”: civilised and dignified, and providing a high quality of life. Now, 120 years after the construction of this magnificent residential building, little has changed. In fact, contemporary influences and trends have brought even more vitality and quality to the apartment, the building and the surroundings.
And it is precisely this, vitality and quality, which this spacious and comfortable maisonette flat has plenty of. Completed in 1995, it was last modernised in 2012. In addition to the beautiful, well-thought-out floor plan, also particularly worthy of note are the wonderful windows, facing in various directions of the compass, and the fantastic west-facing terrace on the 5th floor. These provide unique views and convey, in their own special way, a feeling of informality and sheltered privacy. All in all, the apartment has 3 rooms (bedrooms or living rooms), a fitted kitchen, a guest toilet with a shower, a bathroom with a bathtub and various adjoining rooms and storage rooms, of which some could also serve as workrooms. Another highlight is the gallery under the ridge of the roof, which almost feels like a little observatory. In addition, there is a storage room in the basement, and the leafy garden in the inner courtyard is shared with the other residents. The total area of the flat is around 121,41m2, of which about 92m2 are designated as living area. Both the flat itself and the building in general are in good condition. Another pleasing feature is the agreeably modest service charge.
Beautiful squares, very good restaurants and an extremely diverse range of shopping and cultural opportunities characterise the area around the house. Kurfürstendamm, KaDeWe, Berlin’s Schaubühne, the Theater des Westens and the Helmut Newton Foundation are representative of the diversity of the surroundings. Furthermore, the house is outstandingly well connected to Berlin’s transport network. This applies not just to public transport, but also to the road network, by means of which one can reach the other parts of Berlin very quickly, dash off to BER, or enjoy the relaxing, lake-filled countryside which surrounds the city.