A tasteful home, an enjoyable lifestyle, a stylish workplace. In this spacious, well-appointed owner-occupied flat in one of the best residential areas in central Berlin, it’s all possible. As residents of a well-to-do neighbourhood in the thriving district of Wilmersdorf (bordering Schöneberg) couples and small families will have the advantage of being close to the urban hotspots of City West, as well as green city oases and excellent infrastructure.
The flat, on the third floor of a traditional Berlin residential building, dates back to the German Gründerzeit. Located in the front building, it faces out onto a quiet and sunny inner courtyard. It has four rooms, a small conservatory, a well-equipped kitchen and a well-appointed bathroom. One enters the beautiful, 110 m² apartment through its wonderfully well-preserved wooden Art Nouveau double front door, which is fitted with a Schutzbach locking system. The entrance hall is 3 metres in length and equipped with LED downlights and built-in cupboards 0.7 metres in depth. The bright rooms, with their high-ceilings and beautifully-preserved stucco, lend the apartment an air of distinction and generosity. Amongst the historical details which are to be found throughout the apartment, and which give it such a special atmosphere, are the beautiful, lovingly restored doors, most of which are decorated with Art Nouveau stained glass. The finely-crafted wooden double casement windows contribute to the beautiful ambience, allowing plenty of light and air to reach every corner of the flat.
From the entrance hall, the first door takes you into the large bedroom (fitted with dimmable LED downlights) and a wardrobe 2.5 metres in width. Next to it is a smaller bedroom or study. Like the larger neighbouring room, it also has an original, partially glazed wooden door. The highlight of the apartment is the next room along: the spacious living and dining room. Those who enter this room find themselves enchanted, both by the tasteful oak parquet flooring, and the fireplace, with its surround of brilliant white Carrara marble. An antique frieze decorates the wall in the dining room. The traditional, civilised character of the room is completed by the dimmable lighting in the ceiling and the display areas of the walls, the Bose surround sound system, the opulent (but optional) ceiling chandelier and the semi-recessed display cabinet (also optional).
Following the living and dining area, there is a small second hallway which provides access to the bathroom on the right-hand side by means of another original wooden door with stained glass panels. Notable features here include the Bose sound system, the luxury bathtub, the scattering of dimmable downlights across the ceiling, a natural stone floor and washstand, and a towel dryer. For those times when you just want to cool off or have a quick wash, there is the separate walk-in shower. Both the bathroom and the kitchen which comes off the second hallway have comfortable underfloor heating. With its open layout and high-quality fittings and features, including Küppersbusch appliances and a natural stone floor, the kitchen embodies a feeling of appreciation for the finer things in life. Ceramic hobs, a Miele washing machine and many other high-quality appliances also make the “cooking studio” a multi-functional and extremely efficient part of the home. Finally, there is the very charming conservatory and a small second bedroom or study, both accessible from the kitchen. The small conservatory not only enchants visitors with its beautiful drenched window seat; it also has a natural stone floor, giving it a truly authentic character. In short, this apartment fulfils a great many wishes. Visiting it, you may find that it is a case of both “love at first sight” and “a relationship for life”.
The ‘s location on a quiet side street is also quite special, as it is only a stone’s throw away from Viktoria-Luise-Platz. Many connoisseurs of the capital consider this to be the most beautiful square in Berlin, with its proud fountain, hexagonal layout, cafés, restaurants and green spaces. However, Wittenbergplatz with its KaDeWe, Tauentzien and Ku’damm are almost as close. The institutions which provide for public life and daily needs, such as schools, doctors, and shops of all kinds are all within walking distance. The same goes for restaurants, weekly markets and public transport stops and stations (U-Bahn, regional trains, bus routes).