The residential building Wintersteinstrasse 7, 9 occupies a great location in Berlin’s Charlottenburg district, near Charlottenburg Palace. What makes this brightly rendered multi-unit dwelling stand out, however, is not only its attractive location within walking distance of the riverbank, but also the variety of layout solutions.
The seven-storey iwell-appointed townhouse was raised as a terraced development and has two separate entranceways. A lift in either entranceway ensures that residents effortlessly reach their homes even with push chairs, shopping bags and in old age. The multi-unit dwelling on Wintersteinstrasse provides just the right dwelling to suit a number of personal circumstances. The layout options vary from two to four bedrooms and extend over floor areas of around 65 to 113 square metres. The flats feature separate kitchens and tub-equipped bathrooms. Something that all flats have in common is the airy layout of the living room areas, which in the four-bedroom flats extends over around 30 square metres and serve as brightly day-lit centre for social interaction. The four-bedroom flats also feature a small guest WC. Moreover, separate basement storage rooms are allocated to virtually all of the flats.
The roofed-over large balconies and patios can be turned into wonderful sanctuaries for testing your green fingers. Most of the balconies and patios face the quiet backyard. The house is in good repair and has been upgraded from time to time. The next upgrade will involve new fire doors along with a modern air extraction concept. The multi-unit dwelling is hooked up to the district heating system for energy-efficiency. Until 31.12.2030, all 34 flats are subject to the Housing Rental Act in conjunction with the Housing Promotion Act.
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ACCENTRO App for iOS and for Android to Charlottenburg – welcome to the beautiful western part of the German capital! Wintersteinstrasse is superbly located within walking distance of Charlottenburg Palace and its magnificent park and even closet to the bank of the River Spree. It is the perfect place to let yourself be enchanted by the Frederician Rococo style. Originally built as summer residence for Queen Sophie Charlotte, Charlottenburg Palace is Berlin’s largest and most opulent royal palace today. Many minor and major festivities and concerts, the Christmas Market at the palace and the many museums in the immediate vicinity, such as Museum Berggruen or the Bröhan Museum for Art Déco and Art Nouveau: This is a neighbourhood that runs the entire gamut of art, culture and local recreation.
Wintersteinstrasse is a short street running from Richard-Wagner-Platz to Charlottenburger Ufer, the riverside promenade just a five-minute walk away. On the way there, you will pass the impressive Russian-Orthodox Church with its gilded onion domes near Caprivibrücke.
Across that bridge and just south of Mierendorffplatz, a public green area of around 3,000 square metres called Österreichpark occupies a 200-metre stretch of the north bank of the River Spree. The scenic river front park includes an adventure-style playground that was completely overhauled and reopened in 2015. A combination of climbing rocks, suspension bridge, alpine chalet and slide, ping-pong tables, a double swing as well as a water pump with mud kitchen offer creative options for romping around. North of the park lies a sports ground next to the protected historic Charlottenburg gymnasium.
In addition to the recreational benefits, the residential location along Wintersteinstrasse is also characterised by an excellent infrastructure. Various shopping venues such as supermarkets and specialist stores, schools and preschools, cafés and restaurants are all within walking distance and ensure a high quality of living.