With an area of 300 square meters, the Skydeck in Sophienpalais satisfies even the highest demands. This exclusive penthouse extends over two levels. On the first level are the three bathrooms, a dressing room and two spacious bedrooms with floor-to-ceiling windows and direct access to the south-facing balcony. Also facing south is the 58-square-meter, open-air roof terrace on the upper floor, where residents can enjoy picturesque views of the surrounding park landscape. You reach the partially glass-covered terrace from the 66-square-meter, light-flooded, living/dining area, which also has large floor-to-ceiling windows. The spacious kitchen is separated from this room by a sliding door. In addition to the open wooden stairs, the residents of the Skydeck can also use the elevator, which provides barrier-free access between the floors. The Skydeck is a more than generous residence for couples and families who appreciate a high-quality fusion of classical architecture with modern design.
Apartments in an architectural monument in one of the most sought-after parts of the city
Club lounge designed by Karl Lagerfeld
Private path to the Außenalster
Sophisticated security concept
Underground parking garage
No. of Floors: 0–2
Living Area: 300,25
Old/New Building: New building
Condition: First occupancy
Number of Carparks: 1
Carport Purchase Price: 59.500
Property Type: Apartments
Along with the picturesque atmosphere in the streets, the district offers everything that modern city dwellers want: A variety of restaurants including award-winning cuisine, numerous independent shops and a popular weekly market. And if the district does become too crowded, many destinations are within easy reach: In just under 30 minutes you can walk to the pulsating Jungerfernsteg and Hafencity is less than five kilometers away. From here, the international airport is easily reached by taxi in 20 minutes, even during the day, and the ICE train station is barely a quarter of an hours taxi ride away.
Location and nearby objects
Idyllic, green, right on the water, but still very close to the center of Hamburg the success story of the Harvesterhude district is inseparable from its locational advantages. Since the middle of the 19th century, upper middle-class families and Hanseatic merchants have chosen to settle here. Impressive villas on large, park-like plots and sophisticated town houses bear witness to this past, still evident today. The district has maintained its green character, even as the metropolis around it has grown. Several parks and the banks of the Alster are ideal areas for sports and walks. The waters of the Außenalster form a romantic backdrop in summer, the deep blue waters are lined with sailing and rowing boats from neighboring clubs.