Oskar-Helene-Heim is a rare spot of natural beauty within Germany’s busy capital. Perching on the edge of the expansive Grunewald forest on the outskirts of the city, this new development will consist of two modern, four-storey buildings with a total of fifty apartments.
Each ground floor flat has its own exclusive garden and terrace, and every upper floor unit has either a balcony or loggia, and all have large windows allowing for plenty of light and views out onto the surrounding greenery. The floor plans intentionally encompass a broad range of sizes and layouts, meaning there is an apartment here to suit any and all requirements.
The architecture combined with the particular combination of materials used in construction lends the buildings a unique character, which harmonises perfectly with the natural surroundings.
Black Label’s international team can offer advice on all stages of property purchase, from the financial benefits of buying property in Germany to the step by step process of acquiring your new home or investment. Our team speaks fluent English, German, French and Mandarin, and works together with a team of English-speaking lawyers, notaries and mortgage brokers in Berlin.
We can provide you with a varied choice of properties to suit your needs. Just send us your search specification, including:
- Property style
- Investment or own use
For advice on financing your Berlin property purchase, please get in touch with a member of the team. Our mortgage team is able to offer up to 70% to international clients, and our lawyers are at hand to explain the legal process of buying real estate in Germany.
Interested in letting your new Berlin property? Black Label offers management packages for both furnished and unfurnished lets, as well as a complete design and furnishing service tailored to your style. Get in touch with us or stop by the office for more information.
The location of the project in Berlin’s Dahlem district is perfect for those looking for a peaceful residence with easy city access. Since the early 19th century, this part of Berlin has been known for its popularity with high flyers, including many scientists, business leaders and artists. The wealth these professionals brought to the district can be seen in the large number of impressive villas dominating the architectural landscape. The proximity to the Grunewald forest provides a great variety of outdoor leisure and sport opportunities, and the beautiful Grunewaldsee and Schlachtensee lakes offer the ultimate peaceful retreat from city life.