In the new construction project "Podbielskiallee 38a", classical stylistic elements meet modern layouts. The villa, which is planned in the upper middle-class style, is divided into four spacious duplex apartments with two different Grundrisstypen: one with a penthouse character and one with private garden. The apartments are designed as a house in the house: each of them has its own entrance and internal access. This gives each of the future residents the feeling of owning their own private villa. In this penthouse apartment, the classical and stately stylistic elements of the new building meet the advantages of contemporary home decor. In addition to a private entree and an internal private lift, the upstairs and attic apartment offers the unrivaled spatial experience of a loft, which is crowned by floor-to-ceiling windows and a spacious roof terrace. Details & features: • representative entrance area • two spacious terraces and a balcony • private elevator inside • property with mature trees • high-quality equipment • natural stone baths with exclusive bath objects • dressing room • floor-to-ceiling wooden windows • electronic sun protection • large format herringbone parquet (oak) • underfloor heating • video Intercom system • Parklift or parking space optional Further details and information on apartment type I can be found on the project website ++++++++ www.podbielski38a.de +++++++++ Tree-lined streets and avenues, well-kept parks and gardens Elegant gardens and stately architecture characterize the cityscape of Berlin's Dahlem district. The unique scenic qualities of the district, which is framed by Grunewald, Schlachtensee and Krummer Lanke, as well as the Botanical Gardens, already provided for the emergence of the villa district in the early 19th century, which has retained its sophisticated charm to this day. It should be the "German Oxford" - and that's it. What began as a wish of the Kaiser Wilhelm Society in 1911 was the basis of Dahlem's extraordinary transformation: from the tranquil village and suburb of Berlin to a wealthy villa district and internationally renowned science and museum location. To this day, Dahlem has retained its tranquil and stylish character and is a magnet for scientists, entrepreneurs and artists who settle in the district. The close proximity to forests and lakes, the proximity to the City-West and a variety of excellent kindergartens, schools and sports clubs make Dahlem an attractive residential area and probably the best address of the capital.