Halfway between the Pichelswerder island in the River Havel in the south and the historic town centre of Spandau in the north, a charming complex of terraced houses is under construction that will be completed by Summer 2019. The project includes 14 terraced houses of modern design, arranged in four building ensembles along a small side arm of the River Havel. A greenway just a few metres wide that is to be developed into a riverside promenade at some point in the future separates the loosely arranged block from the water.
Each of the buildings consists of three or four terraced houses. The well-considered floor plans of the 3-storey houses cleverly meet the requirements of modern living. The ground floor with its footprint of around 135 square metres with 4,5 rooms divides into an open-plan living and kitchen area with direct access to the garden terrace, utility room and guest WC. The separately accessible room and the bathroom, which features both a tub and shower, is located on the second floor. Another highlight is the roof terrace, which is accessible from the gallery on the third floor and which extends over the entire width of the house. Modular privacy panels of stylish design screen the patios of each house to create a pleasantly private ambience.
The whole housing estate was designed with timeless elegance while radiating the bright atmosphere of a close-knit neighbourhood. The private gardens will be complemented by a shared communal garden area that provides opportunity for get-togehters. A discreet fence screens the ensemble in an unobtrusive way from the public.
As far as energy consumption goes, the residential buildings are supplied by solar thermal energy, feature triple-glazed windows and thus meet the relevant energy-efficiency standards. There are twelve surface parking spots on the grounds.
ACCENTRO-App: and you have been dreaming of an easy-going life in the big city, you should have a look at this unique development. On Götelstrasse 94 in Berlin-Spandau, an ambitious residential concept combines with the advantages of a quiet lifestyle in an urban setting.
It orients itself toward the historic core of Spandau with its popular pedestrian precinct. With its charming character and its many stores, the borough’s high street is just right for a leisurely shopping spree. On top of that, Spandau is renowned beyond the city’s boundaries for annual attractions such as the Christmas Market in the historic centre or its rich calendar of cultural or musical events at the Citadel.
The borough is very well connected via Spandau station, which straddles the east-west trunk line from Berlin’s central railway station and which is served not just by underground and rapid transit lines, but also offers regional and high-speed service connections.
Spandau with its quaint historic centre, the citadel and its many bodies of water is the western-most borough of Berlin. Parks and woodlands define the areas along the banks of the River Havel, which passes through Spandau from north to south, create an almost rural idyll in the middle of town. The nearby lakeside park at Grimnitzsee is perfect for extended walks, and the bank of the Havel attracts kayakers and cyclists. Spandau is known as one of Berlin’s greenest boroughs, and it shows.
The area around Götelstrasse is dominated by well-appointed housing estates. Located between Pichelsdorfer Strasse and Wilhelmstrasse, it is a rather pleasant place for an urban residence. Amenities include a diversified blend of retail and gastronomy. Doctors’ offices and schools dot the neighbourhood and the convenient transport links of Spandau station are just as close.
Buying an attractive terraced house on Götelstrasse will let you benefit from an optimal mix of scenic tranquillity and the advantages of urban living.