Sale of condominiums in Berlin

  • 21 condominiums

  • 2-3 rooms

  • approx. 53 – 148 m²
  • Balcony or terrace
  • District heating

Object description

The old building, located in the best location in Steglitz, was built at the end of the 1920s. The architectural modernism of the 1920s is characterized by the “New Objectivity” of the Bauhaus school. Which is clearly reflected in the clear shapes of this beautiful and very well-maintained building.

The corner building can be accessed via two staircases, one from Undinestrasse and the other from Flotowstrasse. The apartments in the Flotowstrasse staircase can also be reached via an elevator. In addition to the basement with two apartments, the building has five floors. The attic was expanded into three apartments in 2004. Each of the 21 units has either a balcony or a terrace. Not every apartment has a basement room. Both the hot water supply and the heating take place centrally and are connected to the district heating network.

With two exceptions, the apartment sizes are between 71 and 148 m2. Only the two apartments in the basement are 53 and 64 m2. The floor plans are, perhaps somewhat untypical for the age of the building, very spacious and bright. Here people have adapted to the upper middle class needs of the neighborhood.

The apartments are equipped with tiles in the bathrooms and kitchen and either parquet or wooden floors in the other rooms. Essentially, over time, an attempt was made to preserve as many old building details as possible, which underlines the understated charm of this house.


2 bedroom apartment

3 room apartment

Location and infrastructure

Lichterfelde is best known for its sedate bourgeois urbanity and is part of the Steglitz-Zehlendorf district in the southwest of Berlin. It is considered dignified and sophisticated. Therefore, upscale Wilhelminian style buildings and luxurious city villas characterize the architectural picture.

The residents don't notice much of the hustle and bustle and stuffiness of the big city. The quality of life is considered high due to the green surroundings, the many lakes and the good infrastructure. Berliners with the highest average income and the highest average age live here. However, this is now beginning to change, as many young Berliners and new Berliners who can afford it are following suit.

Steglitz seems to master the tension between exposed city center locations, its function as an important retail spot and the idyllic flair of its beautiful districts brilliantly. It has become a modern capital district.

Undinestrasse and Flotowstrasse are just a 10-minute walk from both the botanical gardens and the popular Schloßstrasse. The bus stop on Hindenburgdamm is just 3 minutes away and the Botanischer Garten S-Bahn station can be reached in 5 minutes. This part of Berlin is primarily inhabited by better-off pensioners and young families.

Given the limited space, there are few new construction projects to be found. The largest project currently is the revitalization of the Steglitz roundabout into a modern high-rise residential building. Real estate prices in this part of Berlin have always been among the higher and are still rising moderately.


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