The architect Swen Burgheim, who lives in South Africa and Berlin, is developing two unique attic flats in a classic Berlin jewel from the turn of the century, which in their entirety will probably not be found a second time in Berlin.
On approx. 200 m², Swen Burgheim is realising a living concept in industrial style with an open floor plan, large window fronts and rooms flooded with light. The living space extends over the 5th floor of the front building and side wing.
A glazed lift in the courtyard of the apartment building leads directly to the top floor with a key. In total, the flat has five rooms, with a central living-dining area, two bathrooms, a sauna and two terraces facing the inner courtyard. The additional rooftop terrace is another highlight of the penthouse.
The spacious living area with high skylight windows and an open fireplace adjoins the kitchen, which was made exclusively for this flat and runs directly along the long side of the terrace. This captivates with its huge sliding windows and creates a special cooking experience almost outdoors.
From the kitchen, there are 3 steps down to the dining room. Through a corridor, along a bathroom and guest toilet, there is another room with its own terrace.
To the left of the living area, corridor 1 leads past the study to the master bedroom with en suite bathroom, separate toilet and a sauna.
All living spaces, furnished with high-quality materials, blend harmoniously into one another and create desired contrasts. Floor coverings made of oak planking in combination with exposed concrete flooring and refurbished clinker bricks emphasise the architect's unique architectural style.
The highlight of the luxury flat is the rooftop terrace, which offers a magnificent 360° view of the West City.
Let yourself be inspired by Swen Burgheim's architecture and his unique living worlds during a joint viewing.
- Rooftop terrace with approx. 27 m²
- Ceiling height of approx. 3 metres
- Industrial style: open floor plan of the living and dining area
- 5 rooms distributed between garden house and side wing
- 2 bathrooms
- guest WC
- Custom made luxury fitted kitchen according to customer's wishes
- 2 terraces with approx. 13 m² and 6,0 m² each
- Master bedroom with en suite bathroom
- Large windows
- light-flooded rooms
- high quality materials
- Exposed concrete and finished clinker brick walls
- Cement-bound design floors and oak planks
- Lift with key system
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The information in this exposé comes from the seller. We have not checked this information in detail. In particular, the building permit has not been inspected and a check on the information about the living space and the year of construction of the house has not taken place.
City of freedom, city of the Wall, metropolis without curfew - there are many reasons to visit Berlin and even more to live here!
Poor but sexy was once upon a time. Today, a young, international scene of visionaries, founders and impulse generators is drawn to the city. This infectious dynamism, the capital's unique history and the diversity of its neighbourhoods make Berlin one of the most exciting and liveable big cities in Europe.
For a long time, the capital's lifestyle was shaped in Mitte. However, eyes have long since turned back to the west in amazement, as City West has undergone a complete makeover, with new addresses such as Bikini Berlin, the Upper West and the Zoofenster with the Waldorf Astoria making a major contribution. Other projects such as the Mall of Ku'damm, the Ku'damm Karree and the Neues Kranzler Eck quarter have brought about the impressive transformation of City West.
In the district of Wilmersdorf, on the border with Schöneberg, you are in a very central yet green and well-kept residential area. Away from the hustle and bustle of Ku'damm, things are rather quiet and relaxed here. Smaller shops and stylish cafés and restaurants round off the neighbourhood atmosphere.
The Fennsee lake, the Volkspark Wilmersdorf and the Grunewald forest are just a few minutes away and offer recreational opportunities that invite you to take a leisurely walk at any time of year. Various shopping facilities, restaurants, bars, cafés, pharmacies, drugstores and also international and national schools as well as kindergartens are located in this part of the city.
The central location of the property offers optimal transport connections to various destinations in the city. The underground station Güntzelstraße (U9) and the underground station Hohenzollerndamm (U2 and U3) can be reached on foot in a few minutes. The Hohenzollerndamm exit of the A100 motorway can also be reached in less than 5 minutes.
The displayed property location is approximate