Residence 1

Designed by the architects Patzschke & Partner with a traditional architectural expressive form, this residential house not only offers outstanding views to the historical backdrop of the city with the Schlossbrücke and the Berlin Cathedral, there is also a majestic backdrop to be enjoyed. This Residential House is located directly opposite the Crown Princes' and Crown Princesses' Palace, the former city residences of the Prussian emperor.

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The majestic atmosphere of the surroundings is also reflected inside the building. The living rooms are extra large and have high ceilings and mainly French windows providing an interrupted view to the outside whilst admitting copious light inside. The harmonious ambience is perfected with spacious terraces, balconies and loggia.

Located on Oberwallstraße, at the corner of Werdersche Rosenstraße, this seven-storey residential building consists of 13 or 15 freehold apartments. The ground floor apartment has a garden and terrace (with special right of use), while the penthouse flat has a rooftop terrace with pool on the penthouse floor.

The ground plans of the freehold flats are designed flexibly to open up a multitude of options to suit individual preferences. The amenities too can be entirely selected in accordance with personal tastes.

Facts and figures

• elaborately designed, classic façades with
  pilasters, decorative window surrounds, cornices
  and balustrades
• 13 or 15 freehold apartments of 43 to 546 sqm
• penthouse apartment with rooftop terrace (can
  optionally be split) and pool on the penthouse
• ground floor apartment with 89 sqm of garden
  (special right of use)
• all apartments have balconies and/or terraces
• flexible layouts, spacious rooms, most with French
• wall coverings, stucco cornicing and open
  fireplaces in some rooms
• parquet floors in rooms and halls, underfloor
• building automation system
• 22 assigned car parking bays in the two-level
  underground garage, additional enclosed security
  parking area

• easy parking thanks to extra large bays
• KfW Efficiency House 70 (energy-plus building),
  connected to district heating supply
• Demand-oriented energy pass: total energy
  demand 53 kWh/(m²a), district heating
  (temporary data)
• cooling system and controlled ventilation with
  thermal energy recovery
• capacity to cut out electric smog in
  sleeping areas
• video intercom system
• added burglary protection provided by resistance
  class 2 (WK 2) and class 3 (WK 3) in the relevant
• burglar alarm, smoke/fire detectors
• Quality assurance: The entire construction phase
  will be monitored by quality assurance experts.
  They are set to perform a series of tests and
  measurements, including ambient air
  measurements, blower-door tests, thermal image
  testing of the façades and sound insulation