The perfectly coordinated interplay of light and colors is particularly effective in this 54- m² apartment on the 5th floor, directly below the penthouse level. The interior design uses a monochrome black and white color palette accented with warm brown and blue tones. The charming living area with access to the balcony offers relaxation in everyday life. The bedroom offers enough space for a wardrobe. The floor plan provides a clear separation between public and private areas. Features such as the high-quality oak parquet and the eye-catching bathroom with bathtub epitomize the refined and urban style of this Embassy apartment. The apartment is the perfect retreat in the middle of Berlins small diplomatic quarter, where you can relax comfortably in an international environment.
- Practical floor plan with individual details
- Balcony with Siberian larch wood decking
- Utility room
- Approx. 2.75-m ceilings
- Bathroom with bathtub
- Storage room in the cellar, and bicycle cellar
Completion Date: Q3/2020
Location and nearby infrastructure
The quarter around Koellnischer Park, which is situated close to the River Spree in Berlin-Mitte, offers residents a combination of exciting contrasts: a vibrant art and cultural scene, stately embassies, a charming, historical center and some of Berlins most iconic sights. All of which underscores Embassys exemplary location. The quarter can truly be described as an insider tip: Thanks to the green oasis of Koellnischer Park and the almost sacral walls of Maerkisches Museum, the immediate neighborhood is quiet and almost village-like yet situated right in the center of Berlin. Koellnischer Park was built in the 18th/19th century on the site of a former fortress and is almost one hectare in size. The park is surrounded by architectural marvels from across the centuries. The quarter also possesses a touch of international flair, home to numerous embassies and their staff.
Relaxation can easily be found with a pleasant jog along the banks of the Spree River or a quiet walk in the nearby historical park. The district is on the up and has already been discovered by new restaurants and hotels. Over the next few years, this could well become one of the most sought-after locations in Berlin-Mitte. And, with direct links to Berlins extensive transport network, Embassy is the ideal starting point for exploring the whole of Berlin.