The quality of the building, the quality of life it offers and its excellent location in the district of Steglitz are the characteristics that make this building attractive. The façade of the building has a pleasant and elegant look, the interior is clean and well maintained. It has two separate entrances with separate staircases and terraces at the rear, quiet part of the building. The 5 floor building consists of 1-3 room apartments in various sizes. It was built in 1958 and has since been refurbished and modernized several times.
The building in Thorwaldsenstraße offers easy access to a variety of places, restaurants and health services, all within walking distance. The area is very family friendly: kindergardens, shops for children and playgrounds are in the immediate vicinity of the house. Lauenburger Platz with its small footpaths between oak trees, just 450 meters away, is a particularly impressive example of Berlin’s architecture. Schloßstraße with its four malls and a great variety of shops, is a very popular shopping street within 15 minutes walking distance from the property.
The district Steglitz-Zehlendorf located in the southwest of Berlin and includes several districts, the largest of which are Zehlendorf, Steglitz, and Dahlem. Here are the most luxurious and expensive villas in Berlin and the best schools in the country.
The area is known for its wealthy population, beautiful landscapes – green parks, lakes, forests and nature reserves. The area of private gardens of the neighborhood residents occupies about 13% of the area of the district. The monthly income per household is more above the Berlin average, the unemployment rate is very low. This is a district with a peaceful and pleasant atmosphere, quiet streets and therefore a high quality of life.
The neighborhood has many lakes, the largest and most popular are Wannsee, Krumme Lanke and Schlachtensee.
The connection to the city center is by S-Bahn lines S2, S25, S26, U-Bahn connections from the business center Schlossstraße (U9) and in the northwest the U3 am Breitenbachplatz. Another railway line in the area is S1, which reaches the northern part of Stieglitz.
Wedding is one of the central districts of Berlin connecting the East and West of the city. It is located in the north-center of the city and borders the Mitta neighborhood in the south, Charlottenburg in the west, Prenzlauer Berg in the east and Reinikendorf in the north. The demand for real estate in Wedding has visibly increased in recent years. Numerous projects are currently being renovated and modernized.
Due to the proximity to the district Mitte, Wedding gets a more modern character. Until recently, mainly families lived here, but due to the population growth in the entire city and the steep price increases, more and more young people are attracted to the Wedding.
This population layer brings the famous Berlin “hip” culture with it. In the Uferstraße, for example, a lively cultural scene has been developed in recent years: artists’ workshops, alternative theaters, cafés and hipster pubs are to be found here.
Despite the many parks and green areas, the Wedding is considered one of the most densely populated districts of Berlin. The largest public park is the Rehberge followed by Humboldthain Park with one of the most beautiful observation points in the city and the Schillerpark.
In the Wedding, we pass three subway lines (U6, U8, U9) and four lines of the elite train, including the S41 / S42 ring lines. Moreover, there is a link with the tram between the Wedding and Prenzlauer Berg. The Berlin Ring Road ends at Seestraße and there is also the large and important railway station Gesundbrunnen, which offers long-distance lines outside of Berlin (RE3, RE5, RB20, RB66).
The famous shopping street in the Wedding is Müllerstraße. In addition to large department stores can be found there a variety of small shops.
Another interesting shopping center is at the crossroads of Brunnenstrasse / Gesundbrunnen in the center of Gesundbrunnencenter.