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Welcome to Bergengruenstrasse 25 in the Berlin’s scenic district of Zehlendorf: Here, a well-appointed multi-unit dwelling with altogether nine generously proportioned condominiums awaits you. On a quiet, tree-lined residential street near Mexikoplatz, just a stone’s throw away from the woodlands of Grunewald, yet centrally located within the district lies this charming property with lovely ornaments from the Belle Époch. The elegant stairwell of this multi-unit dwelling, raised in 1908, will enchant you upon arrival with its antique floor tiles in floral patterns. The burgundy carpet in combination with the dark staircase and the turned-wood handrail create a solidly bourgeois atmosphere. Artful, stained lead-glass grid windows with antique motives complete the harmonious appearance. The building entrance door with its grid windows and a blossom-shaped arch with cut glass elements are also visibly styled according to Art Nouveau aesthetics. Most of the apartments behind the massive high-end entrance doors, also made from dark wood, are tenant-occupied. The two- and three-bedroom flats vary in size from around 35 to 151 square metres to provide cosy homes for different domestic arrangements. All of the flats feature a generously proportioned living room area, a separate kitchen and a master bedroom. The three-bedroom variant includes an extra bedroom that could be used as nursery or home office, for instance. The tiled bathrooms, which get natural light, come with tub and some of them with shower room. Every flat has its own balcony, and certain flats even have two balconies or patios. Moreover, each flat is allocated a dedicated basement storage room. Part of the property is a lavishly planted garden shared by the building’s residents, which offers ample recreational space for young and old. There are also bicycle parking spaces in the courtyard. Available for sale at this time are three car parking spots and one garage.
The district of Zehlendorf, which measures around 19 square kilometres and has a population of almost 60,000 residents, is idyllically located between the inner city and a very scenic surrounding countryside that includes gardens, parks, forests and several swimming lakes. The southern limits of Zehlendorf border on the State of Brandenburg while the sub-districts of Lichterfelde and Dahlem lie east of it and the sub-district of Nikolassee west of it. Bergengruenstrasse 25 is located in the middle of this charming district. Lined by beech trees, the cobblestone avenue with its townhouses and architect-designed houses radiates a settled ambience. Not least because of its proximity to the vast woodlands of Grunewald and Düppeler Forst as well as to the lake shores of Wannsee and Schlachtensee, Bergengruenstrasse is a coveted up-market residential location. Easy access to public transportation ensures that the centre of Berlin is within convenient reach. Nearby green areas that lend themselves to meditative little breaks include Dubrowplatz or the fringes of Mexikoplatz with its small cafés. Access to the public transportation network is provided by the eponymous rapid transit stop (served by the S1 line) and three bus lines. West of the site lies another rapid transit station, Schlachtensee, which overlooks the popular swimming lake on the edge of Grunewald forest. Serveral shopping venues and fine-dining restaurants lie within walking distance. Not just nature lovers, but young families too, will immediately feel at home here, and all the more so because the local surroundings provide a well-developed educational infrastructure. Choices across all age groups include the Waldorf preschool Zehlendorf, an elementary and a grammar school. Students and of the University of Berlin may freely use their snooze buttons in the morning because the short distance to campus from here. Medical care is provided at the nearby hospital Krankenhaus Waldfriede, among other places.
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