All apartments boast typical features of classic buildings which contribute to their enduring popularity. These includes generous high ceilings, floor boards, large wooden doors, and in some places, decorative stucco elements. This historic charm creates the ideal canvas for inventive and unique interior decorating. All apartments also feature balconies of differing proportions, and basement storage. Furthermore, there is the opportunity to acquire allocated parking spaces in the rear of the building, or to take advantage of on street parking.
The West Berlin district of Lichterfelde is characterised by delightful town houses and tree lined avenues. It began to flourish in the 19th century, as a much sought after location for affluent Berliners. Today it belongs to the district of Steglitz-Zehlendorf, and continues to be a popular residential area. The picturesque area is particularly notable for its variety of architectural styles, drawing inspirations from Florentine palaces, Swiss chalets, and medieval castles. It is this menagerie of architectural invention that gives Lichterfelde its own charm that is not easily found elsewhere.