In the historic Grunewald villa district, you can always see the elaborate landscape planning of the time it was created in the 19th century: a time in which architecture and garden art have been harmoniously combined with high standards.
The garden belongs exclusively to the villa apartment and serves as a retreat in absolute privacy. The apartment is part of an ensemble of houses made up of two city villas, which the renowned architects PETRA and PAUL KAHLFELDT planned to perfection. The building’s biography is reflected in the design that borrows inspiration from the classics without simply copying them.
The representative around 33 square meter entrance hall with a beautifully designed natural stone floor is one of the many special features that show the cleverly thought-out composition of the living environment. In the luxury apartment, finely selected materials refine the spacious floor plan of 281 SQUARE METERS. The representative luxury property on the mezzanine floor was equipped as a showroom with high-quality furniture from the luxurious home collection of the Italian label BOTTEGA VENETA. Come in!
Interior Design of a special type
The cleverly thought-out floor plan of the luxury apartment on the representative mezzanine embodies the typical RALF SCHMITZ sense of space and proportions. Ceiling heights with a Wilhelminian style up to 3.20 meters and an excellent sequence of rooms characterize the special feeling of living: Around a central foyer are symmetrical-classic living rooms connected by double doors. There are also retreats, well-designed utility rooms such as a cloakroom, utility room and dressing room, as well as luxurious bathrooms. The grand entrance hall with natural stone floors and a designer pendant light leads into the 52 square meter living room. From here, wonderful double doors open into the stylish, almost 30 square meter rooms on the left and right.
The inviting enfilade of the trio of dining room, living room and library faces the lush, stylish garden with a magnificent terrace. The imposing garden extends over an area of 850 SQUARE METERS and is an exclusive part of the luxury apartment.
The private retreat area consisting of the master bedroom, large dressing room and master bathroom extends over the entire right side of the apartment and covers over 50 square meters.
A luxurious BOTTEGA VENETA bed with a linen headboard is framed by two floating bedside tables with a typical braided leather look. Two beautiful rooms to the left of the entrance hall can be easily set up as additional bedrooms, guests or study rooms. Practical features such as cloakroom, HWR, a tailor-made security concept and the large underground car park are also part of the offer. Exquisite details such as the Warendorf kitchen, custom-made room doors, oak parquet and gypsum stucco in architectural quality round off the special luxury property.
Bringing architectural traditions to life – luxury real estate Berlin
Berlin has an architectural landscape that’s every bit as diverse as the city itself. Since the company established a presence in the German capital in 2004, RALF SCHMITZ has made a significant contribution to the luxury end of its real estate mix, building exclusive residential property in high-profile locations.
From modern lofts in the creative district of Mitte, elegant apartments just off Kurfürstendamm to luxury homes in refined Westend, idyllic newbuilds in Dahlem and dream villas in Grunewald, Ralf Schmitz creates homes of exceptional character in first-class locations.
At RALF SCHMITZ, we have over 150 years’ experience as builders and developers and an unwavering commitment to creating enduring architecture. In Berlin, we are applying that expertise and dedication to the task of reviving the city’s once glorious but, in many areas, now somewhat diminished architectural heritage. With refined designs, superlative craftsmanship and first-class build quality, allied to an uncompromising pursuit of prime locations, RALF SCHMITZ aims to breathe new life into Berlin’s long-neglected architectural traditions.