This prestigious villa was built on a generiouse plot. It was classified as a historical monument. Even the first glance of the building confirm that this is an exceptionally prestigious property. Behind the nostalgic iron gate you enter the front yard and few steps lead to the inside of the house. Lots of extravagance and style welcome you into the entrance with an fireplace.
- Extensive, well-maintained park – like gardens
- Garage with basement
- Grand living ambience
- Entrance with fireplace
- Winter Garden with fountain
- Panel parquet
- Stuccoes decorating
- Wall covering: silk wallpapers, wooden
- Richly ornamented wooden staircase
The property is located in the idyllic suburb of Dahlem, one of Berlin’s prime residential areas. This district is characterised by spacious historic buildings, grand villas and charming parks and forests. This green area offers best quality of life in a pleasant environment. Dahlem is located in the southwest of Berlin. Many academic institutions and museums are located in Dahlem.
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