1,950,000 - 1,950,000
180.48 - 180.48
3 - 3
The extraordinary city apartment with its roughly 180 sqm to spread out plays in a league of its own: A generous layout, ceiling heights of about 3 metres, parquetry in a historic style, underfloor heating and all-around luxurious interiors in terms of materiality and language of form lend elegance and radiance to this flat. The representative centrepiece is the sprawling living area with open-plan kitchen, which is a design highlight in itself. A south-facing loggia overlooking the beautiful courtyard garden is also part of the living room area. The master bedroom is compelling with its walk-in dressing room and en-suite bathroom that features both a tub and a shower. The second bedroom has a walk-in dressing room as well. Another bathroom—this one featuring a shower, a guest WC and a utility room—complete this dream of a residence. The lift stops right inside the apartment and goes all the way down to the underground car park, making the flat handicap-accessible.
Living on Französische Strasse in Berlin-Mitte is in itself a statement: In a quarter this close to Gendarmenmarkt and to the Brandenburg Gate, all signs point to prestige and panache. "Seeing and being seen" is everything. Whether you dine at the Lutter & Wegner restaurant or hang out in the hip bars, here you will regularly run into people whose names and faces everybody knows. Still, there is ample room for everyone to remain unrecognised if he or she so wishes—Berlin is large enough for that. Even for those who no longer care about the sights, the location has so many advantages. Within walking distance, you may catch a fancy dinner or a gourmet lunch at Galeries Lafayette, pick up something extravagant to wear in a boutique or pass the time with an art show, theatre performance or some other form of high-class entertainment. There is a rich repertory to choose from, including two opera houses, cabarets and several theatres, among them Brecht’s Berliner Ensemble.