Halfway between the island of Pichelswerder on the river Havel in the south and the historic center of Spandau in the north, a charming complex of houses with terraces is being built, which will be completed by the summer of 2019. The project includes 14 houses with modern design terraces, which are located in four building ensembles along the small side arm of the Havel river.
A green road just a few meters wide, which in the future should turn into a coastal embankment, separates houses from the water. Modular secluded panels with a stylish design shield the patios of each house, creating a pleasant, private atmosphere. The entire residential complex was designed with timeless elegance, radiating a vibrant atmosphere of a cohesive neighborhood.
Private gardens will be complemented by a communal communal garden. A modest fence in an unobtrusive way is fenced off from neighbors, ensuring privacy. On the territory there are twelve surface parking spaces.
Each of the buildings consists of three or four terraced houses. Sophisticated plans for three-story houses skillfully meet the requirements of modern life.
The ground floor is about 135 m² with four rooms divided into a living room and an open-plan kitchen with direct access to the garden terrace, utility room and guest toilet. Separately available room and bathroom with bath and shower located on the first floor.
Another attraction is the rooftop terrace, which is accessible from the gallery on the second floor and extends over the entire width of the house.
The area of townhouses varies from 133.78 to 137.45 m², and the price from 538.800 to 687.700 €.
With regard to energy consumption, residential buildings are supplied with solar thermal energy, have triple-glazed windows and, thus, meet the standards of energy efficiency.
Location and nearby infrastructure
The houses are located in the westernmost district of Berlin — Spandau, with its quaint historic center, citadel and numerous water bodies. Parks and woodlands define areas along the banks of the Havel River, which runs through Spandau from north to south, creating an almost rural idyll in the center of the city.
The nearby lakeside park in Grimnitzsee is ideal for long walks, and kayakers and cyclists gather on the shores of Havel. Spandau is known as one of the greenest areas of Berlin.
The main street of the city with its charming character and numerous shops is just perfect for leisurely shopping. In addition, Spandau is known outside the city for its annual attractions, such as the Christmas market in the historic center or the rich calendar of cultural or musical events in the Citadel.
The area is very well connected through the Spandau station, which crosses the east-west highway from Berlin Central Station and which is served not only by metro and high-speed transit lines, but also offers regional and high-speed connections.
Well-maintained residential complexes dominate around Goethelshtrasse. Amenities include a diverse mix of retail and gastronomy. Medical offices and schools are located in the neighborhood, and convenient transport links station Spandau as close.