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Two buildings on the corner of Güntzelstrasse and Jenaer Strasse combine two architectonic eras. The elegant Belle Époche building from 1908 at Güntzelstrasse 66 stands out with its bright façade design that includes handsomely refurbished double windows, oriels and balconies. Directly annexed to it, and having the address Jenaer Strasse 25/26, is a more modern residential building from 1956. The L-shaped residential complex divides into flats of 1 to 3 bedrooms that have the same charm as the typical period buildings you find in Berlin. Large windows admit plenty of daylight into the flats, some of them adorned with muntins between the panes that are inspired by the originally installed windows. Attractive floor plans ranging from 33 to 77 square metres in size lend themselves to any stage in life, while amenities for comfortable living include either a tub-and-shower-equipped bath or an extra guest WC. Some of the residential units come with balcony or patio that are perfect for short and cosy retreats in a tranquil atmosphere. In conjunction with building works undertaken, the attic floor of the property was developed as well. New bicycle parking spaces and lifts were also installed. In a popular area in downtown West Berlin, this property offers you a special investment opportunity whose long-term outlook is enhanced not least by the attractive location. Use the Accentro APP to pick the condominium of your choice from a large selection in many parts of Berlin! The app is available in the iOS store at goo.gl/71G54P and in the Google Play store at goo.gl/5itxrF.
The Bayerisches Viertel neighbourhood in Berlin’s Schöneberg district has for decades been favoured by a well-heeled clientèle. At the dawn of the 20th century, extravagant and generously proportioned residential buildings with elegant façade details were designed and even a dedicated underground line constructed. To this day, the residents of this neighbourhood are mainly members of the upper middle-class, artists and academics. This alone explains why it is a neighbourhood with a unique flair. Small book stores, cafés, workshops and owner-operated bakeries as well as fine-dining restaurants form an engaging mix of the business landscape. It coexists with a dense network of retail venues that cover the day-to-day needs of local consumers. Just two underground stops north of here lies the prime high-street pitch along Kurfürstendamm boulevard, and Berlin’s largest department store, KaDeWe. A leafy oasis amidst the urban bustle is Volkspark Schöneberg-Wilmersdorf, served by a dedicated underground stop. Forming a green strip 2.5 kilometres long, the park connects the two districts and serves as a neighbourhood sanctuary with its dense growth of trees, tanning lawns, leisure areas and running trails. The quarter also has rich cultural amenities, especially in the side streets around the squares Viktoria-Luise-Platz and Bayerischer Platz. When out and about for a Sunday stroll, you may come across coffeehouse concerts, readings and roundtable discussions that will draw you in and instantly make you a part of the cultural life of Bayerisches Viertel. Dwellings in this part of Berlin are as coveted as ever today, both among locals and new arrivals. The harmonious coexistence in the neighbourhood, the rich verdure and a bourgeois residential ambience in combination with the downtown location and its optimal transport connectivity ensure that this quarter will retain its high degree of livability in future.
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