At Uhlandstraße 173, classical values are shown from their most beautiful side: The magnificent Art Nouveau building is an eye-catcher that radiates typical, sovereign elegance of Altbaus. A stucco facade richly decorated with ornaments and figures as well as reliefs and ornamental balconies create a dignified overall impression. The building was built in 1899 and completely renovated in 1989. Inside, the charm of a massive residential property that has stood the test of time for generations unfolds. In the entrance area and in the staircase every detail is reminiscent of this previous time. The five-storey building is divided into a front house, two side wings and a garden house, whose top floor is currently being converted. The 400 m² courtyard is a small green oasis in the middle of the big city. There are elevators in the front and garden house and each unit has a cellar.
Living in a top location in the City-West: Uhlandstraße 173 is a quiet side street with trees, charming cafés and small boutiques. It is only 100 meters to the Kurfürstendamm. The area is part of Charlottenburg, which is rightly considered one of the most popular districts. Here, big-city flair is combined with established neighbourhood life in a variety of ways. The selection of restaurants and bars, boutiques, stores and delicatessens is unique. At the forefront: the Ku'damm, Berlin's most famous shopping mile. Art and culture also contribute to the outstanding quality of life, whether at the Berggruen Museum, the German Opera or the Schaubühne am Lehniner Platz. Green retreats such as the Charlottenburg Palace Garden, the Tiergarten and the Lietzensee Park provide relaxation. The connection to public transport is ideal. The Uhlandstraße subway station is 2 minutes away, and suburban trains connect with all of Berlin from the nearby Zoo station. Regional trains also stop at this station.