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In a quiet top location and built in 1937, this house is bright and corresponds to the popular and classic architecture of the ‘30s. The entrance to the house is a small vestibule, which merges directly into a spacious hallway area. From here you reach the garden side in three light-flooded rooms, which represent the heart of the house. The living and dining areas are connected by a sliding door and provide a generous sense of space.
From the living area, which is equipped with a fireplace, you can enter the southwest-facing terrace, with a beautiful view of the garden. In addition, the ground floor accommodates another room as well as a shower room and a kitchen. The upper floor can be reached via a beautiful wooden staircase. Here again opens a sun-drenched very large room, which was divided on the original floor plan in three rooms. Again, a sunny balcony is available, which also allows the beautiful garden view. Two more rooms and a daylight bath complete this floor. An earlier second bathroom has currently been functionally converted into a small kitchen area.
The attic has been partially expanded, with a fundamental overhaul of the real potential would awaken. Typical of these years of construction are the beautiful old wooden double box windows that can be found throughout the house. A special feature is the predominant "grating" of all windows in the house. Also to be highlighted is the very well maintained parquet floor throughout the house.
The entire basement area provides ample storage space and the accommodation of utility rooms. A garage is also available. In summary, this charming family home is waiting to be awakened from its "Sleeping Beauty" and rejuvenated.
The fantastically quiet, yet central location in combination with an architectural classic on a beautiful large lot is so rare to find in the southwest of Berlin.