31 apartments are spread across 3 floors in this early 1990s building, which sits in a plot of over 2000m² and has two separate main entrances. Each apartment opens out onto a terrace or a generous balcony, with views onto either the garden or the leafy street. A number of the apartments are wheelchair accessible.
Steglitz-Lichterfelde is characterized by its old villas and leafy streets, and offers a quiet, green location with good infrastructure. Schools, kindergartens, playgrounds and parks can all be found in the vicinity. Berlin’s Freie Universität (Free University), the famous Botanical Gardens, and the popular shopping street Schloßstraße are all within easy walking distance. The nearby station S-Bahnhof Botanischer Garten and alternative bus lines are also just a few minutes away.
The communal areas were renovated in 2016, with the facade receiving a new, elegant colour scheme. Walls, ceiling and doors were painted, and modern light switches, plugs, window and door handles have been installed in the stairwell. The balconies have also been painted and offset in grey, as well as being resealed and given a bangkirai wood decking.
The unoccupied dwellings are in a partially renovated or good existing condition. The fixtures and fittings vary from PVC to parquet flooring, and the majority of the units have fitted kitchens.