Haus Brandeburg Berlin |
Haus Brandenburg Berlin is an elegant refurbishment of a historic building in fashionable Charlottenburg, home to the largest surviving royal palace in Berlin.
Haus Brandenburg | Period home for the modern Berliner
Constructed in 1910, Haus Brandenburg Berlin is an elegant building is undergoing an extensive programme of renovation, and whilst retaining many original features including the facade and beautiful staircases, the new apartments will benefit from new glazing, underfloor heating and new parquet flooring, with the addition of a lift to all floors and landscaped communal grounds. The internal finish of these light, spacious apartments doesn’t get much better, with modern kitchens and integrated appliances and luxurious bathroom suites.
The location of Haus Brandenburg Berlin is a successful mixture of old and new, history and future, colorful diversity and green neighborhood. Here stately old buildings with stucco facades meet modern new buildings, and right in the middle of the best infrastructure, recreation is close enough to touch. The direct surroundings offer everything the big city heart desires: Kitas, shopping from the weekly market to discounters, cozy cafes and restaurants as well as doctors and pharmacies. For recreation, you have in a few minutes the Volkspark Wilmersdorf, with a lake and lawns to soak up the sun and picnicking invites.
The 3.8 km long Route No. 9 leading through the park was even voted by the Senate as one of the most beautiful jogging and walking routes through Berlin’s city center. For travel outside the neighborhood, the traffic connections could hardly be easier. From the S-Bahn and U-Bahn station Bundesplatz you have reached the Kurfürstendamm with the U9 after only four stops and can easily reach all other destinations in Berlin with the Ringbahn. And by car you are on the city highway away and quickly.
For further information on Haus Brandenburg Berlin please contact our Berlin office on +49 30 81802125 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org