Located on a quiet side street in the middle of Friedenau, lies the four-story classic building at Moselstrasse 5, which was built in 1898. The development is undoubtedly a pretty picture. It has a front garden, with a classic wrought-iron picket fence, shaded by large chestnut trees. In a quiet but central location, the building offers enticing living spaces for singles, couples, and small families.
The building was once used as a school for girls, called the “Roennebergsche Höhere Mädchenschule”, and is therefore a landmark protected property. Its renowned past is evident in its historic features, such as high stucco ceilings, wooden casings, and predominantly parquet flooring. Yet it still offers plenty of space for development and has already been renovated and brought into the present. Mosel Strasse 5 offers 20 residential units, including two attic apartments, ranging from 1 to 5 bedroom apartments. These apartments all have balconies, central gas heating, and basement storage.
Friedenau undoubtedly has its own unique flair. It is a quiet, beautiful area, yet it is close enough to everything Berlin has to offer, that it is still appealing for those who want to live centrally. It shares borders with other popular suburbs such as Schöneberg, Wilmersdorf, and Steglitz. It is characterized by idyllic residential streets and landmark protected buildings, many of its which are from the early 20th century.