Stubenrauchstrasse 48 is an attraction, and not just as a “point de vue” for Eschenstrasse where it joins the road. The in 1910 build is a listed building; it is an unusual house which bears witness to Berlin’s architectural history and which offers fans of period buildings a rare opportunity to secure a home of their own in a highly sought-after location.
Stylistically, the building is reform architecture, temporally it belongs to the pre-modern period – traditional building structures and regional materials find their way back into residential construction and the window becomes an independent design element. The attention to detail is continued in the interior of the house. Residents and visitors are welcomed by a red stair carpet which creates a colour contrast to the blue-grey and white panelled walls of the foyer. Skylights with glazing bars and door hatches alternate with finely structured panel doors and turned banisters. Rustic wooden ornamentation and ceiling frescoes enchant the observer and create an inviting atmosphere. Bronze lamps true to the original style find their counterpart in doorbell and door fittings from the time of construction, and a skylight in the centre of the multi-track staircase allows light to flood into the four floors of the building.
This listed building has been divided up into 17 freehold flats and a basement unit for commercial use and offers stylish living across a space of approx. 46 m² to 98 m² in well-proportioned one, two and three-room flats.
The generously proportioned rooms have countless original features, such as stucco ceilings, panel doors and wooden floors. Large windows let a lot of light into the interior areas.
The future joint owners will carry out the following measures on the jointly-owned property: the façades, balconies and entrance door to the house will be renovated in keeping with the historical status of the building and given a fresh coat of paint; the exterior and green areas will be redesigned with the old stock of trees.
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