Modern living meets classic elegance. This is a typically beautiful Altbau, dating from 1910, suffused with a fine attention to detail and a superb feeling for the architectural charms of the Wilhelminian era. The imposing old building has been meticulously renovated and brought up to modern standards, with a freshly-refurbished façade and interior, restoration of the many historic elements throughout, and a completely new inner courtyard.
Back in the 1920s, Wilmersdorf attracted a particularly large number of artists and intellectuals. Walking down the streets today, you can feel the splendour and prosperity of these past eras radiating out from the buildings, these grand old Altbau. You can also feel it in the international flair, a rich cultural offering with galleries and multicultural gastronomy. While the northern part around Olivaer Platz is one of Berlin's most exclusive areas for dining and going out, Wilmersdorf is Berlin's greenest neighbourhood and, with one of the highest standards of living, a first-class residential area.