Four red ribbons adorn the façade of this charismatic property like lines on a sheet of music, and are embellished with the notes for Smetana's symphonic poem "Vltava". Built in 1909, the house effortlessly blends in with the leafy, green surroundings, and this theme continues within, with terraces in the attic, small private gardens on the ground floor and balconies overlooking the courtyard for all floors in between. Each floor has only two apartments, with 2-3 rooms each, meaning owners enjoy a lot of space. And with the recent renovation of the building, this is a wonderful blend of old and new, contemporary and classical.
The Composers’ Quarter in Weissensee is truly an oasis, with plenty of nature, fresh air and opportunities for relaxation and leisure. If it weren’t enough to have one beautiful lake with its own beach and set in wonderful parklands nearby, you are close to both Weisser See and Orankesee lakes. In fact, there is really nothing lacking, with shopping, schools, plenty of nice cafés and restaurants, and local highlights like the cinema “Kino Toni”, all spread throughout the refreshingly peaceful neighbourhood. And if you want more, you can reach Alexanderplatz in 15 minutes by tram, and be in Prenzlauer Berg or Friedrichshain even quicker. It’s really no wonder the area is becoming more and more popular.