Address Fritschestrasse / Bismarckstrasse
Fritschestrasse / Bismarckstrasse
Sun-drenched quiet apartment with big south-facing balcony, spacious open kitchen, dining and living area & elevator
The highlights are:
• located towards the quiet inner yard
• big south-facing balcony (approx. 9 sqm)
• large living and dining area (approx. 30 sqm)
• high location on the 4th floor with lots of sun
• overall color concept with a touch of nature
• many large window elements
• functionally planned floor plan
• newly renovated in 2015
• 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, Spree river and Charlottenburg Palace
- Price 362.000 EUR
- Monthly cost 190,10 EUR
- City Berlin
- Area Charlottenburg
- Address Fritschestrasse / Bismarckstrasse
- Rooms 2 rooms
- Size 54 m² | Sun-drenched quiet apartment with big south-facing balcony, spacious open kitchen, dining and living area & elevator
- Floor 4th
- Construction year 1972 / 2015
The overall color concept of this cozy apartment must be particularly emphasized. Warm natural tones of sand, rust red and olive green meet here. Colors as they occur in nature, thus harmonizing so well with each other. Relaxation is guaranteed. Also radiators, door frames, door leaves, skirting boards, etc. follow this color concept. Anthracite gray on the window frames and the white in the kitchen and bathroom set certain accents.
The apartment is located on the 4th floor of a recently renovated building ensemble that dates back to the 1970s. During the renovation special emphasis was placed on everything to bring it up to date and at the same time to bring out the creative qualities from back then, or to top it by today's standards.
The high location, the orientation to the south towards the inner courtyard, the large balcony with bay-like corner glazing for brightness, sun and tranquility. With a view of the green inner courtyard, the resident can relax, especially as the noise from the city stays outside.
The functionally planned floor plan minimizes the traffic area. From the hallway, the bathroom, bedroom, living room with kitchenette and dining area are optimally developed. The bathroom has a bathtub, a washbasin with a large, wall mirror and a hanging toilet. The kitchenette is integrated in a niche in the spacious living and dining area. From here one can also enter the large south-facing balcony - ideal for sunbathing or cozy meals. Afterwards, one can look through the large window front from the bed and enjoy the view of the sky.
Everything in top condition, as it has been completely renovated. The bathrooms shine in white with delicately colored glass mosaics as a frame around the mirror. Create a sink, toilet, bathtub and faucets with the white, an elegant impression without fashionable attitudes.
This is the optimal apartment for experiencing seclusion in the urban bustle!
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. 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 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.
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.