First occupancy after renovation: Unique old building apartment with north- and south-facing balcony, over 3.5 m high ceilings, wooden box windows, herringbone parquet / plank floors and open kitchen
The highlights are:
• south- and north-facing orientation with two balconies and a view into the green
• very spacious, sophisticated rooms with a ceiling height of more than 3.5 m
• herringbone parquet or plank floors in all representative rooms
• beautiful historical details such as original Art Nouveau windows, sliding doors made of cut glass cassettes, etc.
• open kitchen in a timeless white tone as the central point with practical bar counter and skylight
• bathroom with shower and historical, colored window; additional separate guest toilet
• fantastic location in one of the most beautiful streets of Hamburg, close to the Alster lake
- Status Marketed
- Monthly cost
- City Hamburg
- Area Harvestehude
- Address Böttgerstrasse
- Rooms 4,5 rooms
- Size 143 m²
- Floor 1st
- Construction year 1910
This beautiful 4.5 room apartment is located in Harvestehude, one of the most elegant districts of Hamburg.
On 143 m2 of living space there are 4.5 rooms, two each towards the north and south. The center of the apartment is the kitchen with a spacious storage and utility room. There is also a guest toilet and a bathroom with an original colored Art Nouveau window.
The old-style apartment impresses with the preservation of many historical details that can be assigned to Art Nouveau in terms of building history. Windows with arches, circular segments and other curved lines particularly stand out here. They are bordered on the sides and in the parapet area by wooden cassettes or wooden walls. Skirting boards, door leaves, door frames, sliding doors made of cut glass cassettes are also part of the noteworthy historical inventory of this old building. And of course the wooden parquet and the wooden plank floor - freshly sanded it shines in a new, old shine.
Everything kept in white, except for the floor, which was left in its natural color. This creates this inimitable ambience of dignity and sublimity. Intended at the time, revived and lived today. Room heights of over 3.5 m naturally contribute to this impression and a great feeling of living.
The location on the 1st floor, the 2 balconies, the view of the green garden and front yard, signal that you are in Harvestehude. The quarter also known as white-green. Radiant white for the historic facades - green for the gardens, parks and green spaces.
Sun and daylight are of course ensured by the north-south orientation, the height and size of the windows and the distance to the opposite.
Life is like a dream here, because all the insignia are filled with beautiful living and living in Hamburg. Honorable old building, close to the city, water and greenery in the immediate vicinity - a perfect interplay of everything that defines quality of life.
The furniture is among other things borrowed from the Hamburg label Atelier IV.
The house is one of the splendid, historicist apartment buildings that characterize the Harvestehude quarter alongside large villas. Front gardens, gardens and parks with lots of water also characterize this area.
The typical features of this architecture have been lovingly restored. Window formats framed by stucco with rich ornamentation, horizontal grooves in the plaster, and figure decorations on the cantilever of the balcony should be mentioned here. The entrance door is also original and has an oval, colored window and an equally colored glass skylight. Details that are so valued today because they testify to a feeling for beauty, aesthetics and taste.
The charming and quiet Böttgerstrasse is along with Magdalenenstrasse one of Hamburg's most beautiful streets. The Alster is only a few steps away and is ideal for long walks or jogging. Fleet trips from the Alster pier " Rabenstrasse" to the city are particularly popular in summer. If you prefer a little more privacy, you can borrow a pedal boat or canoe from the famous Bodos jetty and set off straight away.