Elegant Wilhelminian-investments in Berlin-Friedenau
Palazzo Living offers stately Wilhelminian-style buy-to-let investments. With its detailed stucco ornamentation, this imposing corner property looks like a palace and is an eye-catcher even in Friedenau’s Wilhelminian-era neighbourhood. The apartments are generously proportioned, equipped with windowed bathrooms and balconies, and will remain rentable for many, many years to come. Friedenau is widely regarded as one of the most beautiful neighbourhoods in Berlin and its high quality of life.
This stately Wilhelminian-style apartment building, Palazzo Living, was constructed in 1892, when wealthy families still travelled in carriages and employed servants. The facade is emblematic of the style of its day and age, including detailed stucco ornamentations. Unsurprisingly, the building is a listed historical monument.
The property is home to eleven apartments and four commercial units on five floors. An atrium in the middle of the impressive corner house provides ample natural light in all rooms facing the courtyard. The majesty of the apartments is also reflected in their size – with floor plans extending over approx. 99 to 141 sqm and accommodating two to four rooms, although most of the units have three or four rooms. A majority of apartments feature a terrace or a balcony, while some even have two balconies. Most of the windowed bathrooms are equipped with bathtubs. The ground-floor commercial units are rented to restaurants and retailers.
Palazzo Living is situated in beautiful Berlin-Friedenau in the district of Tempelhof-Schöneberg. Friedenau is rightly considered one of the most beautiful neighbourhoods in all of Berlin: elegant Wilhelminian-style buildings and tall trees line its quiet streets, while cafés invite you to linger. The centre of the neighbourhood is the beautiful Rüdesheimer Platz, home to cafés, a playground, and a wine stand.
You can do almost all of your daily errands on foot here. Supermarkets are all conveniently located in the immediate vicinity. Schools and daycare centres all within easy walking distance and the nearest playground just a two-minute walk from Palazzo Living. Rudolph Wilde Park and the famous Tempelhofer Feld can be reached quickly by bike. The Friedenau commuter rail station, which can be reached from Palazzo Living in just two minutes on foot, provides excellent local transport connections. The S1 line stops here and offers a direct connection to Mitte to Friedrichstrasse.
1 min. on foot to Friedenau commuter rail station
Shops and restaurants in the immediate vicinity
5 mins. by bike to Rudolph-Wilde-Park
10 mins. by bike to Rüdesheimer Platz
15 mins. by bike to Tempelhofer Feld
15 mins. by public transport to Friedrichstraße
20 mins. by public transport to Berlin Central Station