Made for urban living
Finding the ideal apartment is often similar to finding the proverbial needle in a haystack. Who would be interested?
This object in Kaiserin-Augusta-Allee is ideal for investors, and also for business people or students who are looking for a second home or compact living solution in an excellent location. There are a total of 46 units between 35 and 55 square metres in the apartment block. They are predominantly 1-bedroom apartments either with balcony or terrace, and are therefore ideal for those who are looking for a small, yet stylish city apartment.
What kind of apartment does the buyer expect?
A modern, practical, centrally located apartment. Those who decide on such a city apartment have two advantages: On the one hand, there is a functional, practical home with everything that is needed. On the other hand, the location is ideal – ensuring mobility and the ability to move quickly from A to B.
Could you describe one of the apartments offered by way of example?
For example, we are offering a renovated 1-bedroom apartment. The living space of approx. 42 sq. m. is well planned – an open-plan kitchen and living area creates the basis for optimal use of space and corresponds to the desire for urban living. As the apartment faces south and is on the sixth floor it also benefits from a great deal of natural light. A corner window and two floor-to-ceiling windows allow for plenty of natural light and a pleasant atmosphere. The bedroom, which is next door, also has a pleasant atmosphere, further enhanced by the light laminate flooring. The bathroom features a timeless design and is fitted with a bathtub.
What are the building's distinguishing features?
The building was erected in 1997 and renovated recently. The common areas were improved with new lamps and a modern colour scheme, whilst the entrance façade, window areas, and balcony railings were repainted. The green spaces were remodelled on the ground floor, and the apartments that are connected to the garden now have new terraces with modern wood panelling. Furthermore, the building is at the back of the estate, creating an impression of peace. The hustle and bustle of Kaiserin-Augusta-Allee is not heard, despite being in the heart of the city.
Kaiserin-Augusta-Allee is in northern Charlottenburg, in Alt-Charlottenburg. What is life like here?
Alt-Charlottenburg has its own unique charm: Plenty of water, the Schlosspark close by, close to nature but still in the heart of the city, with excellent links to underground trains, trams and Tegel Airport. Without question, the lively Mierendorff quarter harbours a great deal of potential. It is already an attractive place to live – and will become more popular in the coming years.
What is so special about the Mierendorff quarter?
Few know that the Mierendorff quarter is actually an island: It used to be called Kalowswerder, and lies between the River Spree and two canals. It has an open, liberal, and peaceful atmosphere. Large trees, broad boulevards with inviting cafés, well-maintained old buildings with stucco façades and small shops are a feature of the area.
A special, historic property can be found here in the form of Schloss Charlottenburg and the adjacent Schlosspark close by.
It is the oldest park in Berlin and Potsdam, and provides an especially attractive, well-maintained local leisure area featuring some Baroque architecture. The location also profits from being close to an internationally recognised hub for sciences: the central campus of TU Berlin, along with the Universitätsbibliothek and the Berlin University of the Arts. There are many recreational facilities available after lectures or work, including two fitness studios and a sports ground within walking distance.