The residential complex consists of 19 apartments, including 2 penthouses, ranging from 40 to 140 m² with 2–4 rooms. The basement has 14 underground parking spaces and 14 basements. In the courtyard of the house there is a small playground and a storage room for bicycles.
Each apartment is equipped with a video intercom and an overhead door closer on the entrance doors. Each living room is equipped with high quality natural wood parquet flooring with wooden skirting boards around the perimeter. All apartments are accessible by lift and are completely wheelchair accessible. All apartments have a balcony or terrace. Three-room apartments have 2 balconies. On the ground floor, the apartment has a terrace with access to the garden. All apartments have quality floor-to-ceiling windows with active sun protection, triple glazing and wood-aluminum frames. The penthouse terraces offer a wonderful all-round view of the Tegel area.
Layout — an entrance hall, 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, a children's room, a living/dining room with a kitchen and a balcony.
- Quality parquet floors from Hinterseer
- Underfloor heating in all living areas
- Barrier-free floors
- Bathrooms with quality tiles
- High quality sanitary ware from Hans Grohe, Villeroy & Boch
- Heated towel rail
- Quality wood-aluminum windows with triple glazing
- Elevator from the basement to the terrace
- Video intercom
- Balconies and terraces with weather-resistant flooring
- Central heating system
- Ceiling height of about 2.70 m in living areas
- Built-in anti-burglary overhead door closer
- Electric blinds
- 14 underground parking spaces
Location and nearby infrastructure
The Tegel area, located southwest of Reinickendorf, is famous for Lake Tegel, which is a popular holiday destination. In the northern part is the Humboldt Castle, which is privately owned by descendants. In the adjoining park there is a Dicke Marie, probably the oldest tree in Berlin.
Northwest of Alt Tegel, where little resembles a village past, there is Berlinerstrasse with shops for everyday needs and Borsigwerke — an entertainment mall with cinemas, shops, etc. in the middle of old Berlin brick architecture. The castle-like entrance gate is an architectural monument and is the hallmark of the area.
At the end of 2020, a new pedestrian zone with numerous shops, offices, cafes and restaurants will be built on Gorki Strasse, which will be one of the first renovations of a full-fledged shopping street throughout the country and will be integrated into the Tegel market zone, which has a 100-year history.
Greenwich Promenade embankment with a pier for ships invites you for a walk. Also in close proximity are the Tegeler Hafen and Tegeler Forst recreation areas.