Thorwaldsenstraße 26, 12157 Berlin – Steglitz
Built in 1911 in a style typical of German Reform Architecture, the property stands out from the other older buildings surrounding it with its strikingly beautiful façade – its simple, elegant character is highlighted in the arrangement and design of the windows and balconies. Thorwaldsen House is made up of a front section and a garden section, which are connected to create one overall building. There was a cinema in the commercial unit on the ground floor from 1919 to 1959, which is why these rooms have such high ceilings — up to around five metres. Some of the original elements of the building have also been preserved in the stairwells.
With sizes between approx. 65 m² and approx. 111 m², the well-designed residential units with two, three or four rooms have spacious kitchens, private balconies, and bathrooms that mostly have natural light.A number of the residential units have decorative stucco rosettes around the light fittings on the ceilings, continuing the style of the façade – with its typical historical Berlin flair – in the interior of the building. The typical panelled doors and the beautiful wooden floors, with either floorboards or parquet, also add to the charm of the apartments.
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This is a neighbourhood that offers both the classic charm of Berlin's original architecture and a wide range of traditional shopping and cultural offerings. You can enjoy the friendly and relaxed neighbourhood atmosphere, while being very close to the gates of City West and having fast transport links to all the capital's main attractions.
Not far from Thorwaldsen House you will find the Shakespeare in Green open-air theatre, one of the city's cultural highlights in summer. Also nearby is the 78-metre-high Insulaner Berg, a hill on which you can find a planetarium, an open-air pool, a playground and a bobsleigh run.
If you are looking for a delicious breakfast in the immediate vicinity, you will find a wide range of options, from the friendly and informal cafés in nearby Cranachstrasse to the bakeries and restaurants around Feuerbachstrasse. There is also a good selection of shops – the Dürerkiez district is a great area for a relaxing stroll around its smaller independent shops, while in the elegant Steglitzer Schlossstrasse you will find both boutiques and internationally-renowned fashion and beauty chains.
A further plus point is the fact that the surrounding area enjoys excellent transport links to the rest of the city – Priesterweg and Feuerbachstrasse S-Bahn stations, both within easy walking distance, are on direct routes into the city centre. You can also link up with the Ringbahn via Schöneberg and Südkreuz train stations. And the A103 motorway is not far away either. This means you can reach the city centre or City West in less than half an hour by car or train.
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