Schinkel's classicism on the picturesque banks of the Havel - Friends of Friends / Freunde von Freunden (FvF)

Schinkel’s classicism on the picturesque banks of the Havel

2552 m² Plot Size ca.
3 Bathrooms
225 m² Living Space
4 Rooms
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Built in 2001, this classical villa is nested in a 2,500 m² plot along the tranquil Havel River. Embracing the timeless aesthetics of Karl-Friedrich Schinkel—the architect and founder of the Schinkel School—the residence exudes classicism in both its exterior and interior.

You enter the house through a double-wing door to find a spacious, two-story vestibule with ample storage. Illuminated by a skylight strip, this space serves as the heart of the home as it connects all of the rooms. The study and bedroom are decorated with green and silk wallpaper and have 3.60-meter high stucco ceilings and elegant herringbone parquet flooring.

The kitchen seamlessly connects to the expansive 66m² living and dining area, where chateau floorboards, stucco ceilings, and a marble fireplace add a touch of grandeur. Floor-to-ceiling glazing and three patio doors flood the space with natural light and offer panoramic views of the park-like grounds and the Havel.

Crafted from red sandstone, the southwest-facing terrace spans approximately 70m², providing an idyllic outdoor space. Upstairs, a spacious bathroom complements a master bedroom turned tent room, offering breathtaking views of treetops and the Havel waters. The basement hosts utility rooms, a guest room, and a bathroom, with the highlight being the exclusive water access with a private jetty at the foot of the property, creating a unique connection to the Havel.

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