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We are pleased to market this bright ground floor apartment in a historic villa in the famous Westend of Berlin. The villa was built in the 1920s and is currently undergoing refurbishment with expected completion in September 2020.
Entrance to the apartment is via the north side of the building. Through the entrance you will reach the guest bathroom, as well as the kitchen. Connected to the kitchen is the living room with direct access to the dressing room. Here you have access to the bathroom and the bedroom. The 11m ² east-facing terrace can be accessed from the bedroom. You can reach your garden through a stairs driectly from the terrace.
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In 1866, the areas surrounding Charlottenburg palace were developed into a residential neighborhood for the Berlin bourgeoisie, and as a result it was named ‘Westend’ after the similarly affluent area of London. It was originally planned to be the city’s artists’ colony, with the intention to build only traditional style villas, ensuring ample living space for the wealthy, established residents to roam around in. Today, Berlin Westend still has a reputation of being one of the best neighbourhoods to live in. It’s a leafy district with diverse nature, which is reflected in its street names – Cherry Avenue and Sycamore Avenue to name a few.
Westend is home to a host of attractions and activities: the Olympic stadium that also holds many football and athletic events, the Waldbühne concert hall, the renowned Messe exhibition ground at the nearby TV Tower, and high-brow cultural institutions such as the German Opera, the Renaissance Theatre and the Charlottenburg Palace.