A new residential complex of 5 buildings located in the heart of the historic district Schlachten based on architecture which used a style of luxury mansions of the 19th century.
Five new buildings are grouped around a landscaped green area where you can relax from the daily hustle and bustle.
Lobby of the building have a presentable appearance, and the apartments have different layouts and are designed to meet all the needs of the tenants. Each apartment has a terrace or balcony.
Offer from the developer, broker's commission is 0%.
Nearby are many attractions:
Glienicke Palace — the former residence of the King of Prussia and Brandenburg, Hofgärtnermuseum — Horticultural Museum, Sanssouci Palace — the summer residence of King Frederick the Great, which is under protection of UNESCO, Dutch Quarter with lots of cafes, pubs and artisan showrooms, Glienicke Bridge and Pfaueninsel Park.
Popular restaurants: Fischerhütte, Arcimboldo and Villa Medici.
Lake Schlachten is located in the Steglitz-Zehlendorf district, between the lakes Krumme Lanke and Wannsee, in the Grunewald forest. The area around the lake is considered as the most green area in Berlin. The trails along the banks have a length of over 5.5 km long and is ideal for jogging or walking. On the east bank is located Alte Fischerhütte — old hotel and a favorite resting place on weekends in the local population.
There are also some scientific institutions such as the Free University of Berlin and different cultural centers, as well as the Schlosspark Theatre.
Schlachten district is one of the most prestigious in the city. Houses are surrounded by greenery, a few steps from the lake of the same name. All the necessary infrastructure are located in the immediate vicinity of the complex.
Within walking distance is the S-Bahnhof station Schlachtensee, offering easy and quick links to Schlossstrasse, Steglitz district, Potsdamer Platz and to the famous Kurfürstendamm shopping street, located in West Berlin.
A115car route takes you to the center of Berlin in a few minutes with a lot of shopping centers, restaurants and cultural places, and moving in the opposite direction — to Potsdam and Berlin suburbs.