Templiner Strasse 12
Expressive, innovative new apartment with balcony to Teutoburger Platz from Graft
The highlights are:
• part of the project "Templiner Park" by the world-famous architecture firm Graft
• large balcony with free south-east orientation towards Teutoburger Platz
• open living / kitchen and dining area with hand-built luxury kitchen in matt light gray
• devices from Siemens, Faber and Blanco
• a folding glass wall to the balcony enables a symbiosis of outside and inside
• spacious bedroom with high quality built-in wardrobe and access to the balcony
• bathroom with objects and fittings from Villeroy & Boch and Grohe, washing machine from Siemens
• existing furniture including design pieces by Hay and Muji are included in the purchase price
• clever, straightforward floor plan
• room height of approx. 2.8 m, herringbone parquet in oak, underfloor heating
• technical features: video intercom, LAN wiring, KfW-70 standard
- Status Sold
- Monthly cost 200,32 EUR
- City Berlin
- Area Prenzlauer Berg
- Address Templiner Strasse 12
- Rooms 2 rooms
- Size 51 m²
- Floor 1st, front building
- Construction year 2020
This sun-drenched apartment belongs to the extravagant "Templiner Park" project, which is located in the trendy Prenzlauer Berg district, right next to Mitte.
The project was designed by the world-famous architectural firm Graft, which has won several international awards, and the project was only completed a few months ago.
The apartment is on the 1st floor with a south-east orientation to the lively Teutoburger Platz. The 51 square meter living space is divided into a spacious living / kitchen and dining area, which is directly adjoined by a large balcony with a glass folding wall. Thus, in the warm season there can be created a seamless opening to linger outdoors.
The bedroom has a built-in wardrobe and space for a double bed and also borders to the balcony and can be opened from there. The bathroom branches off directly from the spacious entrance area, offering enough space for a chest of drawers or another wardrobe.
The planning of the floor plan is characterized by straightforwardness and cleverness. This created a generous impression that made the planners' skills recognizable. Various precisely fitted installations such as the hand-made fitted kitchen and the wardrobe in the bedroom guarantee an optimal use of the walls and offer generous storage space.
The light gray, handleless fitted kitchen offers an induction hotplate from Siemens, an extractor hood from Faber, a refrigerator from Bosch, a dishwasher from Siemens, a sink in the color of the kitchen from Blanco, as well as a contrasting black mixer tap also from Blanco. The black ceiling spots are another eye-catcher.
Sophisticated design is a matter of course in the house of Graft. These include above-average room heights, floor-to-ceiling glass folding walls that can be opened without a threshold, electrically controlled, textile vertical awnings, smooth white walls and doors, herringbone parquet in oak from Hinterseer ( incl. underfloor heating), large tile formats and well-known manufacturers for objects and fittings (Villeroy & Boch, Kaldewei, Grohe and Geberit).
Tasteful selection and composition ensure this holistic and harmonious overall impression. Beautiful, sophisticated living combined with today's living standards and technology, which of course includes brightness and transparency. The internals also skilfully refer to the design concept of Graft in terms of shape, color and material, so that the overall impression remains very harmonious.
The technical features include an electronic locking system, video intercom, LAN wiring, cogeneration unit, triple-glazed heat protection windows, KfW-70 standard, threshold-free access to the apartment, barrier-free access in the bathroom and throughout the apartment as well as a bicycle storage room.
If one is looking for the urbanity of Berlin, appreciates light and views and the proximity of a park, and loves sophisticated, contemporary architecture, then this is the place!
The existing interior is included in the purchase price and includes e.g. the following design pieces: carpet, coffee table, wooden chair and lights from the well-known Danish interior label Hay, bed from the Japanese lifestyle house Muji, a vintage mid-century wardrobe, and a dining table and sofa from Bolia.
The architecture of Graft sets a striking, architectural sign that ensures identity in the cityscape. Recognizable without intrusive extravagance, reserved design that still draws attention to itself. By giving the city space a closed line towards the street, the characteristics of historical city architecture were skillfully revived and implemented. This created a quiet courtyard. The facade plays deliberately with closed parts of the building made of concrete, transparent glass wall parts and recessed loggias, whereby open and closed, light and dark, vertical and horizontal represent a considered overall concept.
Nothing was left to chance here, thoughtful rationality down to the last detail. This created a modern highlight that contrasts with the ornamental, historically influenced surroundings.
One can also experience this consistency in the interior: distinguished, tidy and neat; everything that makes living pleasant and what is important to enjoy coming home.
The recently opened branch of the popular Bread Station has finally opened in Prenzlauer Berg, right on Teutoburger Platz. This will add another attraction to the district, with many other highlights in the immediate vicinity. You are ideally connected via the subway station Senefelderplatz (4 minutes) and the tram station Zionskirchplatz (4 minutes). This means you can reach the main train station in just 18 minutes and Tegel Airport in 36 minutes.