The four new penthouses with their gallery lofts up to 7 meters high are enthroned on the old Gründerzeit building on the corner of Horstweg and Wundtstraße. Design bathrooms, real wood parquet flooring, underfloor heating and hand-picked furnishings – this is where top-class living dreams come true. The elevator will take you to your new domicile, where you will be greeted by an ambience flooded with light. Highlights are the roof terraces, which give the new residents spectacular far-reaching
Wundtstrasse was once the royal secret door to Charlottenburg Palace, as it leads to Schloßstrasse, which is lined with tall trees. The four new penthouses with their gallery lofts up to 7 meters high are enthroned on the majestic Gründerzeit building. The elevator takes you to your new domicile, where you are greeted by a light-flooded ambience. The XXL sunslider windows convey a studio feeling and give your interior a state-of-the-art look. The high walls perfectly set off modern art, while the air conditioning ensures an optimal living feeling all year round. Highlights are the roof terraces. Above the rooftops of the capital, you can dream, make new plans and enjoy the sun to the fullest. Design bathrooms with spa feeling, best real wood parquet and underfloor heating in all rooms round off the handpicked equipment of these penthouse lofts.
From Wundtstraße, the City West is at your feet. The nearby Lietzensee is one of the most beautiful parks, the only Berlin antique quarter along Suarezstraße is a paradise for collectors, the small stores in the Schloß-Kiez offer organic and regional food and the Charlottenburg Palace with its unique history make this location unmistakable. Within a few minutes you can be at Kurfürstendamm, KaDeWe and the sailing and yacht clubs along Scharfen Lanke or Stößensee. Renowned museums and galleries in the neighborhood such as the Bröhan Museum and the Scharf-Gerstenberg Collection offer cultural enjoyment at a high level. Royal Living is ideally connected to traffic via the A100 city highway and Kaiserdamm, which becomes Straße des 17. Juni and thus a west-east tangent. Here, spectacular residential ambience unites with an established Berlin neighborhood.
300 m to the subway station Sophie-Charlotte-Platz