A majestic old building, built in 1906, impresses with its many beautiful details: entrance richly decorated with ornaments, impressive staircase that has been restored and enchants with antique elements, door knockers and lamps.
The house offers 23 apartments, from 2 to 6 rooms. 11 of the residential units are currently not inhabited, the rest are all leased (yield from 2 to 3%).
Some of the nine vacant apartments are still being renovated, and owners are given the opportunity to realize their design idea.
The apartment has a living room, two bedrooms, a kitchen, a bathroom and a balcony.
Wooden flooring, as well as herringbone parquet in the apartments, stucco moldings, hinged doors with stained glass details and finely crafted door handles. Anyone who wants to live in an old building will be fascinated by these apartments.
Supermarkets and organic food stores, pharmacies, bank branches and a post office are just a few steps away from home.
Location and nearby infrastructure
The Steglitz district of Berlin is located in the southwest of the capital and consists of three districts: Steglitz, Lankwitz and Lichterfelde. Very good infrastructure and proximity to the university make the location desirable for tenants. Nearby there is a beautiful park of 17 hectares with a rose garden and a swimming pool.
The bus stop “Steglitzer Damm/Bismarckstr. ”, which can be reached on foot in 3 minutes, connects 7 bus lines to any area in the south-west of the city. U9 from the Steglitz Town Hall connects the district to the north of the city, and in three stops you reach the Berliner ring road.