Welcome to Clayallee in Berlin’s leafy Dahlem district! On a park-like property of roughly 14,000 square metres, you will find this attractive, loosely structured cluster of four well-appointed multi-unit dwellings, arranged in a rectangular pattern. The property is located inside a housing estate and characterised by mansions, American-style bungalows, newer townhouses and plenty of greenery all around, most notably Dreipfuhlpark right next to it with its pond.
Small paved walkways past trees and flowerbeds connect the brightly rendered houses, built in a modern language of form. In 2016 and 2017, the three apartment buildings located in the rear of the premises were topped up with twelve modern penthouse apartments whose purist modern façades in an anthracite colour contrasts handsomely with the bright exterior of the lower floors.
The apartments come with excellent specification and a view that is nothing short of spectacular as it overlooks the lush surroundings and the nearby woods. Various layout types with 3 or 4 bedrooms provide the bases for any kind of domestic arrangements, be it for singles, couples or families. The floor plans range from around 100 to 130 square metres of residential area. Floor-length windows all around create a very bright indoor ambience while offering a magnificent green view all the way to the woodlands of Grunewald. New kitchens and modern bathrooms plus separate guest WCs and elegant parquetry flooring round off the interior fit-out. The recessed façades so typical for penthouses create enough space for generously dimensioned roof terraces that are accessible from several rooms and whose glass panel parapets make the terraces seem more expansive yet. It would be hard to think of a better place for whiling away sunny afternoons with family and friends.
ACCENTRO App for iOS and for Android close proximity to Grunewald and next to Dreipfuhlpark, the property is located in a charming, keenly sought neighbourhood with serious recreational benefits. Due to its lush scenery, the locality of Dahlem in the borough of Steglitz-Zehlendorf counts among the most sought-after residential locations in the German capital. Defined by green spaces, woods and water, Dahlem is considered the gem of Berlin’s south-west. With its roughly 16,000 residents, Dahlem counts among the most affluent localities in the city, and scenically embedded among the districts of Zehlendorf, Steglitz, the mansion district of Lichterfelde and the forests of Grunewald. Typical for the richly varied architecture of this exclusive locality is a large number of mansions, prestigious buildings of foreign embassies, museums and research institutes as well as classic single-family detached homes and a few buildings from the 1970s.
Directly behind the rectangularly arranged property, parallel to Clayallee, lie the parklands of Dreipfuhlpark with their beautiful old-growth hardwood trees, lawn areas and a pond with a small island. A footpath meanders through this urban park that was created in the 1930s. While the northern end, grouped around the pond, has an organic and unspoilt atmosphere, the southern end of the park is characterised by meadows, flowerbeds, a playground and an amateur football pitch including a fenced-in basketball court.
Dahlem is known not only for its charming landscape, but also for its place in academia. As the locality extends over less than 8.4 square kilometres, the campus of the Free University with its 40,000 students clearly defines it. Day-care for the young ones fits the picture: The nearest preschool, around 100 metres from the property, is an international one. A Waldorf preschool and other day nurseries as well as three elementary schools are also in the vicinity.