Kienitzer Strasse 95
Unique loft-style apartment with Reform kitchen and balcony
The highlights are:
• open, loft-like interior in Scandinavian style
• dark blue design kitchen with aluminium fronts from the well-known Danish company Reform (design Sigurd Larsen)
• high quality features such as switch series from Berker, porcelain stoneware from VIVES and fittings from Vola
• north-west facing balcony with high position
• white lacquered plank floor and herringbone parquet in oak
• lovingly restored old building details such as stucco ornaments, solid wood doors, brass handles and baseboards
• location in the well-known Schillerkiez at the Tempelhofer Feld
- Status Sold
- Monthly cost 283,94 EUR
- City Berlin
- Address Kienitzer Strasse 95
- Rooms 2-3 rooms
- Size 94 m²
- Floor 2nd, front building
- Construction year 1904
This really very large and representative apartment has a bedroom with dressing room and adjacent shower room. An upstream balcony to the north-west invites you for an evening drink in the sun.
The living room, which is remarkably spacious, has 4 large windows making it very bright and friendly. The apartment reflects the classic look of Scandinavian-inspired apartments. These include the white painted old floorboards in the front area of the bathroom, in the bedroom and in the entrance area. The living room is waiting with new herringbone parquet in oak. The walls are laid out in discreet, restrained white and gray tones.
The smooth plaster and the restrained stucco ornamentation, whose integrity was preserved by the reduced ceiling height of the built-in bathroom, testify to the high standards that have been implemented here in the interior design.
This can also be seen in the design of the bathroom, in the selection of sanitary objects, the black shower tap, the porcelain stoneware in Ceppo di Gré or the switch set from Berker. The consistency in the design of the kitchen unit, which comes in dark blue, and is designed by the well-known Danish designer Sigurd Larsen in cooperation with Reform, is completely convincing.
This apartment convinces through craftsmanship perfection, the highest design demands in the selection of colors, materials, surfaces, objects, etc. This perfection also applies to the preservation and loving treatment of old elements, such as solid wood doors, brass handles or baseboards. The installation of the latest technical standards seems so obvious that you forget to mention them. This unique implementation of the latest living quality in an old apartment is almost unbeatable.
This building was built in the period of the turn of the century in the so-called Gründerzeit. The style is clearly recognizable in the interior, where colorful Art Nouveau windows decorate the staircase strikingly and are set in scene by colored light. Further stucco ornaments, with their playful, soft forms, point to the Art Nouveau, which at the time found its form in nature. These details make the entrance to the house an experience over and over again.
The location in the Schillerkiez with immediate proximity to the Tempelhofer Feld offers the perfect mix of urban life with plenty of space for relaxation in the green. Culinary highlights known beyond the city limits, such as the Palsta, No58 Speiserei, and Barra are all in the neighborhood. Bio Company is a 2-minute walk away and Bolu's multicultural fresh market is a one-minute walk away. With the subway line U8 (stop Leinestrasse, 4 minutes) and the S-Bahn station Hermannstrasse (11 minutes) you can reach the rest of Berlin in a jiffy.