The representative villa was built in 1923 on an approx. 1.800 m² site by the architect Hermann Fleck. The living space of about 598 m² is distributed over 16 rooms and extends over three floors with an In-law suite. Characteristic is the generous and functional division of space. The villa has four large greeting and living rooms on the ground floor, all in a spatial relationship, arranged around a central hall with a main staircase leading to the upper floor.
-Art Nouveau architecture
-Approximately 1.802 m² of land
-Southern garden with ancient trees
-Approximately 598 m² of living-area
-Spacious room layout
-Room heights up to approx. 3.40 m
-Building potential on roof top approx. 60 m²
-Commercial use possible in partial space
The villa is located on an idyllic property situated in Berlin-Dahlem, one of the most expensive residential areas of Berlin. Historic villas and family houses characterize the cityscape in this quarter. The neighborhood is full of beautiful mansions and numerous foreign embassy residences. In addition, numerous celebrities, business CEOs, and politicians call Dahlem home. Dahlem offers a high number of free-time activities.
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