Dating from 1909, this is a typically-sophisticated Charlottenburg Altbau. With its bay windows and loggias, and the exterior decoration structured by ledges and ashlar render, the building radiates poise, refinement and stability. The white, wooden double-cased windows contrast wonderfully with the quince-yellow hue of the façade, showing an elegant subtlety. And this elegance continues throughout the interior of the building, from the stucco ornamentation to the Art Déco-inspired light fittings. Add these graceful design elements to the warm wooden flooring, white walls and spacious apartments, and you have a beautiful and desirable home.
This cosmopolitan western district owes little to Berlin’s grungy, hedonistic reputation of recent years. Instead, here you will find the best of sophisticated, elegant, mature Berlin, albeit with a growing youthful hipness in some places. The world-famous Ku’Damm, Berlin’s best-known shopping street, is minutes away, and the local restaurants are some of the best in the city. This is truly some of the finest living in the city.