Address Bismarckstrasse 73
Chic, quiet city apartment with sophisticated color concept, location high up, many window fronts, north and south orientation and elevator
The highlights are:
• large living and dining area (approx. 24 square meters) with a beautiful glass bay window facing the very quiet courtyard
• high, free location on the 6th floor with lots of sun
• large bedroom with practical built-in wardrobe, also facing the inner courtyard
• distinguished, harmonious color scheme
• many large window elements
• functionally planned floor plan
• elevator, cellar compartment and bicycle parking spaces in the courtyard
• sophisticated retrofuturistic cult building from the 70s (renovated in 2015)
• location in the renowned Charlottenburg, a stone's throw from Kantstrasse, Lietzensee and Charlottenburg Palace
- Price 365.000 EUR
- Monthly cost 206,23 EUR
- City Berlin
- Area Charlottenburg
- Address Bismarckstrasse 73
- Rooms 2 rooms
- Size 53 m² I Chic, quiet city apartment with sophisticated color concept, location high up, many window fronts, north and south orientation and elevator
- Floor 6th
- Construction year 1972 / 2015
During the recent renovation of this city apartment, particular attention was paid to a distinguished, harmonious color scheme. A light, delicate shade of nougat meets a light gray-brown shade of sand as well as a strong rusty red. Dark gray window frames provide depth. By including the door frames with door leaves, the window sills, the built-in cloakroom and the built-in cupboards, a generous overall impression was created, supported by an insensitive vinyl floor with a wood look creating uniformity in all rooms.
The apartment is on the 6th floor and can comfortably be reached via an elevator. The location on the 6th floor and the north / south orientation promise not only spectacular views over the roofs of Berlin, but also light and sun all day. In addition, you are absolutely undisturbed, as the majority of the apartment faces the absolutely quiet inner courtyard and modern wooden insulating windows with double glazing are used towards Bismarckstrasse.
The functionally planned floor plan opens up the kitchen, bathroom, bedroom, living room with dining area via extremely short distances. The white, L-shaped kitchen with a long row of windows on the side allows cooking in beautiful light conditions, without odor in the rest of the apartment. You can also leave clutter behind you by simply closing the door.
The bathroom with bathtub, mirrored wall, new wash basin and toilet was tiled completely in white and enables cleanliness, hygiene and cosmetics, almost elementary components of joie de vivre, in a design-neutral environment. Cosmetic items, towels, etc. provide color accents and, depending on the selection, also represent a corresponding lifestyle.
In the bedroom, a four-part, ceiling-high wall unit in a chic brown-red is integrated into a niche, which offers plenty of space for clothes, shoes etc.
The approximately 24 square meter living / dining area awaits with a beautiful glass bay window, which provides special views and excessive brightness.
Functionality has been very tastefully refreshed by the ingenious color system and the use of robust and tastefully timeless materials. The result is a residential unit that is modern, well-kept and extremely aesthetic. Less means significantly more here.
The apartment also has a cellar compartment and shared bicycle parking spaces in the courtyard. The kitchen appliances are from Bosch with a sink and mixer from Blanco as well as washing machine. Door and window handles are from Hoppe, the wooden insulating glass windows have regular air ventilation and pleated sun protection in a uniform dark color. The apartment also has LAN cabling.
The city apartment is located on Bismarckstrasse in Charlottenburg, the most renowned district in Berlin with a high quality of life. The building ensemble, consisting of residential and commercial units, was largely renovated during the period 2015-2018 (including facade, balconies, windows, stairwell, strings and basement rooms with sheds). The architectural approach of the buildings of the 70s was authentically restored. The restrained architecture of cubic forms, with distinctive curves on the sides and upwards, is experiencing an extremely positive renaissance. The vertical and horizontal, rhythmic arrangement of rectangular window formats of equal size to form ribbon windows is also a significant feature of this architectural period.
The restriction to the calming color tone black and white also corresponds in its reduction to the then and current zeitgeist in order to work out the formal language without distracting colors. One already encounters this design philosophy in front of the entrance with the typical glass mosaic tiles. Living in a retrofuturistic cult building is trendy and provides the basis for enjoying the pulsating life in the big city.
Bismarckstrasse is Berlin's Champs-Élysées. The former "Avenue" runs right through Charlottenburg and offers everything a big city heart desires. The Deutsche Oper is only a few minutes' walk away, and everything from a morning espresso at Black Fox Coffee to sophisticated delicacies (Rogacki) to beach bars (Bootshaus Stella am Lietzensee) is closeby. Here, one is also directly by the Lietzensee (8 minutes' walk) and can go jogging or walking in the morning or in the evening. If one wants to get out into the world, the Bismarckstrasse underground station (4 minutes' walk) or the Charlottenburg S-Bahn station (8 minutes' walk) can ideally be reached.