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Property DetailsThis exclusive, 190 m² penthouse is situated on the uppermost floor of this seven-storey apartment building on Frankfurter Allee. The existing loft space has been remodelled and expanded, creating a unique living space above the rooftops of Berlin. The facade's original features, together with the existing roof structure, have been skilfully integrated into the newly formed living space and fine interior details echo the building's exterior architectural style, lending this penthouse a distinctive flair. Expansive windows ensure that the three-meter-high rooms are flooded with an abundance of natural light, creating a wonderfully pleasant ambience. The heart of this penthouse is the 36 m² living area, with an adjoining open-plan kitchen that not only offers plenty of space for entertaining, but also direct access to the apartment's true highlight: the near 80 m² south-facing terrace. The terrace extends the already generous living room beyond its four walls and offers a spectacular view of Berlin's iconic landmarks, including the TV Tower at Alexanderplatz and Frankfurter Tor.The master bedroom boasts an adjoining walk-in dressing room, an en suite bathroom and a private 24 m² balcony. Moreover, this beautifully spacious penthouse has two more bedrooms, a second full bathroom and a guest bathroom.The two magnificent towers at Frankfurter Tor are visible from far and wide and have become true landmarks of Berlin's urban skyline. This is Frankfurter Allee, once East Germany's grand boulevard and the backdrop to communist parades, the Allee stretches out to the west of Frankfurter Tor and is the impressive setting for this exclusive penthouse. This is an historic address, shortlisted as a potential UNESCO world cultural heritage site: Frankfurter Allee. Like Karl-Marx-Allee, this noble boulevard is lined with what are affectionately known as “gingerbread buildings”. Built in the 1950s, these apartment complexes emerged from the architectural traditions of socialist classicism and have since been granted heritage protection status. “Block G”, known among locals as one of “Stalin's buildings”, was originally designed by the architect Hanns Hopp, who adopted elements of the Berliner Classicism typified by Karl-Friedrich Schinkel. Irrespective of these earlier influences, the politics of the age dictated that the architecture conforms with Stalinist monumentalism, as was true for all of the buildings along what was once called “Stalinallee”. This prestigious boulevard was ultimately designed by six different architects: Prof. Hermann Henselmann, Egon Hartmann, Richard Paulick, Kurt W. Leucht, Hanns Hopp and Karl Souradny. Friedrichshain is one of Berlin's most vibrant quarters. Its “gingerbread buildings” are popular among the creative class and are home to a number of major international artists and the showrooms of influential photography galleries. Friedrichshain gains much of its charm from being a well-established and authentic district. Boxhagener Platz typifies this, offering a wide range of restaurants and cafés, along with organic supermarkets, post offices, flower shops, bakeries, antique stores, a weekly farmers' market, small cobblers, dry-cleaning, and toy stores – authentic neighbourhood life and everything today's lifestyles demand. The district also has a number of large shopping centers, and Alexanderplatz is no more than a few minutes away. The penthouse on Frankfurter Tor is ideally situated to provide ready access to Berlin's public transportation system, with nearby stations for the U5 subway line and M10 tram.Keyfacts: Floor: 7 Rooms: 4 No. of Floors: 7 Living Area: 190,70 Old/New Building: New building Condition: First occupancy Completion Date: n.V. Balcony/Terrac
Additional Property InformationThis condo listing located at Frankfurter Allee 27, Berlin has four bedrooms. The property is currently offered at $896,936.
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