Welcome to Thorwaldsenstrasse 22+22A in Berlin-Steglitz, where a well-located residential building awaits you on a quiet tree-lined street. With its bright façade, the property communicates a warm overall impression. Toward the rear, the balconies are nicely accentuated by a light blue colour. The property has two separate entranceways, one for each address, and offers well-laid-out dwellings on four floors. The flats of one, two or three bedrooms have bright interiors extending over 32 to 60 square metres. In addition to their friendly ambience, the flats come with good interior specifications that include laminated floors and tiled bathrooms equipped with shower stalls. Most of the units include balconies that may be decorated into green oases, perfect for whiling away quiet hours out in the sun. Another distinguishing mark of the multi-unit dwelling is its quality, which meets present-day standards. For each unit, the residential building on Thorwaldsenstrasse has well-maintained basement cubicles that provide extra storage space. Bicycle parking is available both in the inner courtyard and in the bicycle storage room. The house at 22A will also have a lift installed, ensuring that its residents remain mobile even when burdened with shopping bags, push chairs or just old age. Ambient film: https://youtu.be/Oc9Al_yLntE Apartment videos: https://youtu.be/9KXQ2UJg0UE or https://youtu.be/Id7R6ZL3M4w ACCENTRO App for iOS https://goo.gl/KvMJTa and for Android https://goo.gl/ACqL6H
Among the most compelling aspects of the multi-unit dwelling on Thorwaldsenstrasse, in addition to the high property quality, is its location in Steglitz. This is a district close to nature, tranquil and highly liveable. Buildings in this part of town are well-appointed in urban planning terms with their charming façades and other architectonic highlights. Amalgamated by Berlin in 1920, the district has since been merged with Zehlendorf to form the borough of Steglitz-Zehlendorf. Once called "the largest village in Prussia", Steglitz today boasts a rich variety of cultural venues and Berlin’s largest high-street pitch. The condominiums on Thorwaldsenstrasse benefit from short distances to local amenities, culinary diversity and medical facilities. Moreover, the area is known to be family-friendly: Within walking distance, you will find preschools, a crèche and, around 400 metres away near Lauenburger Platz, a playground called the German equivalent of "1001 Nights" where little adventurers can romp around on climbing frames among the trees. Lauenburger Platz, a square around 450 metres away, is a fine example of the lavish decorative design used in imperial Berlin. Created according to plans by Fritz Zahn in 1909/1910, its curving paths between ponds and a swamp oak avenue will put you instantly at ease and let you forget about the day’s cares. Schlossstrasse, the borough’s popular prime high street just 15 minutes away on foot, has four shopping centres and a large number of the most diverse stores, cafés and restaurants. Film buffs are advised to pay a visit to Titania Palast, a cinema built in 1928, not just because of its fine film selection but also because of the building’s amazing architecture. The façade was designed by the architects Schöffler, Schlönbach & Jacobi in the Neue Sachlichkeit style of the day. Naturally, there are many other cinemas large and small within easy reach in Steglitz.
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