Unique new construction project in a beautiful setting. From the shore, the charming landscape around Lake Seddin unfolds, where a very special residential ensemble is being built in an exposed location in the south-east of Berlin. Here, a total of 8 city villas with 58 first-class condominiums are being realised in direct lakeside location, which will be completed in 2022. Modern, exclusive and comfortably furnished, there is plenty of room here for individual wishes. An underground car park offers sufficient space for parking and each has its own charging station for electric vehicles. The separate visitor parking spaces also have two charging stations. At the newly built jetty in front of the residential complex there are about 40 mooring possibilities for boat owners, whether large yachts or small rowing boats.
Layout — a living/dining room with a kitchen, 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, a gallery, a perimeter terrace.
- Guest WC
- Storage room
Location and nearby infrastructure
Berlin — Schmöckwitz is the southernmost part of the district Treptow-Köpenick and known for its location between lakes and forests. This property is located in a very quiet part of Schmöckwitz and is accessible via Eichwalde. The advantages of this location are quite clear, the endless view of the Seddinsee, the proximity to the city center of Berlin (by car about 35 minutes) and the great existing infrastructure. Alt-Schmöckwitz is connected to the public transport network by the S-Bahn Grünau and Eichwalde and various bus lines or the tram which runs directly along the water to Adlershof (S-Bahn) and Köpenick. An elementary school and several day care centers are located in Schmöckwitz/Eichwalde. Likewise, various doctors of different specialties have settled here. The modern supermarkets NETTO and REWE are within walking distance of 7 minutes. Schmöckwitz is, due to its water location, a popular recreational destination. In the summer months a ferry runs from Schmöckwitz to the peninsula Krampenburg to the campsites north of the Dahme at the Große Krampe.