Address Kleine Rosenthaler Strasse 9
Kleine Rosenthaler Strasse 9
"The Black Rose" - Award-winning, architectural statement in the middle of Mitte
The highlights are:
• unique award-winning architecture
• striking black wooden facade therefore also called "Die Schwarze Rose"
• substantial materials such as exposed concrete and natural stone
• room heights of up to approx. 3.55 m
• 20 sqm terrace
• very spacious and spacious living and dining area of more than 70 square meters
• design kitchen in oak designed by Yasmine Benhadj-Djilali
• only well-known manufacturers such as Schott, Grohe and Scarabeo
• pleasant room climate summer as well as winter
• perfect location in the heart of Berlin-Mitte
• possibility to rent a garage space next door at Hotel Amano
- Status For sale
- Price 2.550.000 EUR
- Monthly cost 468,30 EUR
- City Berlin
- Area Mitte
- Address Kleine Rosenthaler Strasse 9
- Rooms 3 rooms
- Size 155 m² I "The Black Rose" - Award-winning, architectural statement in the middle of Mitte
- Floor 2nd
- Construction year 2013
This unique apartment impresses with its spaciousness and generosity, resulting from the open transitions from the kitchen area to the living and adjacent working area. It offers a wonderful, unobstructed view of the old garrison cemetery.
The room heights vary from 3.15 to 3.55 m thanks to staggered levels. These heights are nowadays only found in old buildings. The floor-to-ceiling window elements also contribute to the loft-like character of the apartment. As a result, light-flooded premises have emerged.
There are also two smaller rooms facing towards the east and west, which can be used as a bedroom, children's or study. A storage room and a separate dressing room (almost 10 square meters) offer practical storage space.
The secluded west-facing terrace offers a luxurious extension of the interior to the outside with 20 square meters. Again, only high quality materials such as wooden floorboards were used.
All building materials are extremely valuable. In addition to exposed concrete, the natural stone travertine was used on floors and partly walls (bathrooms). Otherwise, the walls are plastered white. To set a warm contrast, wood was also used inside. Among other things, the kitchen, which was designed by the designer Yasmine Benhadj-Djilali and is completely in oak. Also in the bathrooms, real wood was chosen as the vanity unit to break the rigidity of the other materials.
This play of contrasts is streched through the whole building, light-dark, white-colored, smooth-rough etc.
All bathroom and kitchen objects come from well-known brand manufacturers such as Schott, Grohe and Scarabeo.
Additional storage space is given by a basement room with a size of about 5 square meters.
The building immediately captivates by its distinctive appearance, hence the name "Die Schwarze Rose". The cubic form with its black wooden façade puts a modern, architectural exclamation point to this street. The references to neighboring buildings, like the same eaves height or standing window formats, are nevertheless obvious.
The architecture (architect: Anne Lampen) has been published several times in relevant journals and honored with an award at the Deutscher Holzbaupreis 2015.
This really is an architectural highlight of our time!
The Kleine Rosenthaler Straße is a quiet side street in close proximity to the Rosenthaler Platz, with other words in the middle of Mitte. From here it is only a stone's throw to the Museumsinsel or the government district. There are also sophisticated boutiques such as Acne, Cos or Comme des Garcons, a variety of upscale restaurants such as the 3 Minutes sur Mer on Torstrasse or the world famous Pauly Saal in the former Mädchenschule. In addition, numerous galleries can be found as well as nice interior stores - everything the urban heart desires.
Directly opposite, the old garrison cemetery, which is designed as a park, offers silence and nature. The Spree also runs through the area and offers space for recreation or jogging.
In other words, this object is truly unique. It offers sophisticated, modern and highly successful architecture in a historic ambience.