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The classical villa, built in 1928 on a gated site of 1.170 sqm, is entered from the lush and traffic-calmed alley via the main gate. From here, the 30 meters long driveway leads up to the main entrance and down to the garage and garden. The architectural unicorn features renaissance and baroque highlights.
On the outside that includes the beige stucco elements beautifully lined up on the red façade and the bay windows. The tall-standing single pine tree adds a tropical touch. On the inside the dark old oak wood staircase stands tall underneath a 6.30 meters high ceiling. The welcoming atmosphere is completed by natural light entering through the oversized cassette windows. The masterpiece of the villa is the 5 by 6 squared gold-plated ornate ceiling in parts of the Belle-Étage. A stunning staircase leads out to the sunny southwest-facing garden of more than 350 sqm.
There are two additional entrance doors that grant access to the garden floor, which is currently the nanny annex and partial office use. The set-up allows for maximum floor plan flexibility. Based on this, two architectural concepts have been prepared. The first floor has a built-in luxury industrial-styled kitchen and a spacious dining area that connects the living room with a natural fireplace. There are two balconies. The top floor is also fitted and is planned to be the master bedroom with wellness bathroom, walk-in closet, gym and relaxation room.
No energy certificate is required. It is part of the ensemble monument listed neighbourhood, not a single-monument listing.
Technical instalments, heating, façade and roof have been continuously upgraded to suit high-quality living standards and leave room for dreams to come true.
Wilmersdorf in Berlin’s South-West is one of the most desired living areas in the capital city. The high quality of life is characterised by a mix of high urbanity and close vicinity to green escapes, including Volkspark Wilmersdorf, Fennlake and the idyllic Grunewald. Only 10 minutes drive away from each the luxury boutique high-street Kurfürstendamm, the CBD City West at Tiergarten to the North and the shopping center boulevard Schlossstraße to the South. Via the nearby outer ring road (A100) Mitte and Eastern districts as well as the new Berlin airport are easily reached.
The Smargendorf ‘Kiez’ is divided by the A100 into two parts. The quiet and lush neighbourhoods characterised by stand-alone single family homes and spacious multi-family homes as well as government buildings lies East of it. The former cigarette factory grounds and allot settlements to the West. With so many developments happening in the city, all eyes will be on ‘GoWest’ Smargendorf until 2027, a 7.4 ha quarter development that is already in advanced planning stages. The former cigarette factory grounds are being transformed into a vibrant commercial and entertainment quarter with central squares and urban gardening. Close to the property is Rüdesheimer Platz with restaurants and cafés, supermarket Rewe, a gas station, kindergardens and the well-known international schools Kant, Berlin International School. Subways U2, U3, U9 reach the city in only few stops. The S-Bahn runs from Heidelberger Platz.
Germany’s capital city is the political heart of the country with the Parliament, the Bundestag and 150 Embassies. Ever since the reunification of the city in 1990, the city has emerged to become the most trendy and #1 dynamic investment location in Europe. The economy in Berlin has grown above average for the last four years and is characterised by a healthy mix of > 700 industrial companies and services, research, medical and digital companies that cooperate with SMEs. Largest employers are Charité, Deutsche Bahn, Edeka Group, Siemens, Deutsche Post, Deutsche Telekom. The flourishing start-up industry is working together with international research centres to develop Berlin as the 4.0 innovation hub of Europe. The rapidly growing tech sector has attracted global players like Facebook, SAP, Cisco, Google and Zalando. Only recently Tesla has started to build their only European Gigafactory south-east of Berlin. The new airport BER will fill the infrastructure gap that international metropolis have. With English being the primary language spoken, finding a 100% original „Berliner“ is a rare catch as most of people are foreign.