This Neo-Renaissance style country house villa offers the highest quality of life; nestled amongst the trees, but in close proximity to the Wuhletal S-Bahn and U-Bahn station, the residence is well-connected to the city of Berlin, but a peaceful escape from the hustle and bustle.
The country house villa is rich in history and character. Kept within a building ensemble on the site of the former Wilhelm-Griesinger Hospital, and designed by architect Hermann Blankenstein, the properties on the grounds are connected by a pleasant red-and-yellow color scheme and united by beautiful old building design.
Inside the villa itself, there is ample space to play with and curate as you desire. With nine rooms in total, it’s possible to create a complete office on the ground floor, whilst the first upper floor has five rooms which can be utilized as desired. The country house includes a fully-fitted kitchen, alongside an attic and basement which can serve as further storage space, or extra rooms with unique purposes.
A sense of equilibrium can be achieved, especially due to the lush surroundings and the sprawling gardens (which include a fountain!). The satisfying feeling of seclusion from a busy world is helpful in maintaining serenity in this area–whilst also having comfort in the knowledge that the city center is only a train ride away.