Contemporary Grand Etage with two terraces, patio and garage in the center of Berlin
The highlights are:
• "Meisterhaus" by Living Bauhaus realized by Nägeli Architects
• modern contemporary architecture - facade with integrated play of light
• elevator directly into the apartment
• impressive 75 sqm living and dining area with fireplace and two terraces
• room heights of 3.30 m and door heights of 2.75 m
• fitted kitchen of the Italian luxury kitchen manufacturer Valcucine
• whitewashed oak floorboards and partly beige clinker walls
• private rooms aligned along the intimate patio
• Master bath with free-standing bathtub and rain shower
• state-of-the-art technology with alarm system, central water decalcification system, automatic irrigation of the planting, electric sun blinds, chilled ceilings and Smart Home System from Busch-Jaeger
• two large adjacent underground parking spaces (measurements 5,0 m x 4,8 m, height 2,5 m)
• quiet, extremely central location, 300 meters to Gendarmenmarkt and 500 meters to Friedrichstrasse
• BER Airport is 33 minutes away and the main train station 9 minutes
- Price 2.920.000 EUR (plus 140.000 EUR for both underground parking spaces)
- Monthly cost 635,07 EUR
- City Berlin
- Area Mitte
- Address Hausvogteiplatz
- Rooms 3 rooms
- Size 173 m² I Award-winning contemporary Grand Etage with two terraces, patio and garage in the center of Berlin
- Floor 1st
- Construction year 2012
This 173 m² "grand etage" from the architects Nägeli is award-winning for outstanding architecture. It has all the characteristics of luxurious living at its best. An elevator takes you straight into the apartment. From the foyer with built-in cloakroom and guest bathroom you enter the huge living/dining area with fireplace, which is the center piece of the property. Here, the view immediately falls onto the facade, which covers the total length of around 20 meters of the living area. This extraordinary picture is dominated by symmetry. A work area is highlighted in the middle. To the right and left of it are 2 terraces, thus this area is illuminated from three sides and also the view goes into three directions. Filigree floor-to-ceiling window elements with sliding doors, which also extend across the entire facade, ensure inimitable transparency that makes the outside and inside appear seamless. A two-level jump in height ensures the impressive room height of 3.30 m. The total dimension of around 75 square meters of this living area supports the "wow effect" that is triggered here.
With its greige tone, the kitchen of the Italian luxury kitchen manufacturer Valcucine, blends seamlessly into the overall design concept in terms of color and restrained design. An adjacent pantry ensures that the kitchen is always tidy. The selected materials are fine-tuned. Limed oak planks, slightly colored white tones on the walls, beige colored brick walls and natural stone slabs as well as matching interior fittings (door leaves, skirting boards integrated in the wall, wardrobe cabinets etc.). The impression is simply unique and fantastic - design as a coherent, harmonious experience.
A pillar marks the middle of the floor plan. From here the private part of the property can be accessed. The master bathroom is directly in the middle of the two bedrooms, offering a rain shower and a freestanding bathtub (all fittings come from Fantini); all rooms have a view into the intimate patio with a chic brick wall and integrated lighting. Everything here is threshold-free, as is the whole house.
This is truly a Mediterranean ambience with a "house-in-house-feeling", even though one is actually in the middle of Berlin-Mitte.
The technology is just as luxurious. Central water decalcification system in the basement, stabilizers in the foundations so that no vibrations can be felt, invisible, automatic watering of the planting, electrically adjustable sun blinds, central vacuum cleaning system, and so much more.
Anyone who loves modern contemporary architecture and the exclusive, the special, the extraordinary is in the right place. This is a property that is second to none and can rarely be found on the market.
The "Master House" by Living Bauhaus located at Hausvogteiplatz, just around the corner from Gendarmenmarkt, was designed by the architects Nägeli and completed in 2012. Their credo is to develop architecture that is more than cubic minimalism, which is exactly what was implemented here. Only a total of twelve residential and commercial units are located above a 1 1/2 storey row of two shops, which is structurally different from the rest of the building.
The facade is structured in relief into depth, thus an intermediate zone has been created between the facade and the glass wall that is used as a loggia. The optical separation between street space and living area is made by concrete pillars and concrete slats. A brown-gray frame borders the facade, similar to a picture frame. The structure of the facade emphasizes the verticals, which were made in different widths, heights, densities and also with different materials and surface textures, creating an exciting mix.
Variety, diversity and rational structure are immediately apparent to the viewer. The function is of course perfectly solved; privacy and seclusion due to the upstream slat structure, underground car park entrance as an unagitated, integral part of the facade design and an entrance zone which, in its dimensions, is reminiscent of Florentine Pallazzi and yet offers high security through metallic shielding.
One can also feel the Italian spirit inside the building, where imposing trees bring the green inside. Here, Japanese garden art meets Italian ambience, which is ensured by the bright materials, the incident light and the play of light and shadow. Cultivated, sophisticated and well-kept living in perfect shape can be found here at every turn - representation included, of course.
One can hardly live more central in Berlin, yet extremely quiet and with a lot of privacy. Leaving the front door, all of the city's spectacular sights are just a few steps away: Gendarmenmarkt, one of the most beautiful squares in Berlin with its concert hall, German Cathedral and French Cathedral. Friedrichstrasse is just a 4-minute walk away and here one can find everything reaching from delicacies at Lafayette, high fashion labels such as Max Mara and Etro, all the way to world-famous culinary highlights such as Bocca di Bacco or Grill Royal on the banks of the Spree. The famous Borchardts, the Newton Bar and the Hotel de Rome with its impressive rooftop bar are also just around the corner. And if one prefers to be all comfortable in front of the fireplace, the perfect 2009 Mouton can be found at Lutter & Wegner and the accompanying delicacies at Lindner.
BER Airport can be reached in 33 minutes and the main train station in just 9 minutes.