Berlin-Dahlem Haus Weyhe Eingang

Kahlfedt Villa

Berlin
Dahlem
Architect Petra und Paul Kahlfeldt Architekten
Completion 2014
Status Sold

Leafy idyll with urban infrastructure: how garden design inspired a trio of grand residences.

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Surrounded by a large private garden with mature trees, this free-standing villa boasts an architectural quality seldom found in contemporary real estate. A slightly raised ground floor and a portico with classical columns lend the building a suitably grand bearing, while deep windows allow warm daylight to flood the spacious interiors.

Berlin-Dahlem Haus Weyhe Aussenansicht
Berlin-Dahlem Haus Weyhe Kueche
Berlin-Dahlem Haus Weyhe Kueche

Inside, high-quality parquet floors, bespoke fittings and elegant plasterwork echo the area’s grand bourgeois traditions, creating luxurious living spaces for those seeking a private sanctuary in Berlin’s leafiest neighbourhood.

Berlin-Dahlem Haus Weyhe Esszimmer
Berlin-Dahlem Haus Weyhe Esszimmer
Berlin-Dahlem Peter-Lenne-Str Haus Weyhe Entree
Berlin-Dahlem-Peter-Lenne-Str-Haus-Weyhe-Entree

The earliest mentor of famous landscape designer Peter Lenné, Joseph Clemens Weyhe was a gardener whose plans are works of art in their own right, a fact that inspired us to name this handsome development on Dahlem’s Peter-Lenné-Strasse in his honour.