Properties in the episode about Berlin and Munich
This property, built in 1913, has been lovingly restored in recent years and today is a listed building. With a floor space of 17,000 m² this property offers a park-like garden, so lots of space for prestigious events, as well as cosy, family occasions. A large open-plan kitchen with an open-plan eating area gives you somewhere to while away the hours, and gives the property a very special atmosphere. Whether you are in the living room in front of the open fire or on the roof terrace bathing under the open sky, you can relax and forget about your everyday stresses. A sauna and a wine cellar are further features of this showpiece.
Luxurious penthouse with a charming terrace
The fact that a penthouse has much to offer is proven by just taking one look at this Munich property. With 3.5 rooms, 2 bathrooms and a living space of around 170 m², this gem is a modern adventure. With a finger print system and video intercom as well as a glass lift from the ground right to the penthouse, these are just some of the technical highlights that the new owner can expect to enjoy. Not to mention the audio boxes in the walls, LED recess mounted spotlights in all rooms and an integrated BUS system, giving the owner everything you could possibly need. A friendly, bright and spacious entrance hall, and an open-plan living area and dining kitchen with designer island underline the modern fittings in this property.
Dream villa with park-like surroundings
This wonderful and extensively renovated property in Berlin let you dream. Covering a living space of 300 m² you can enjoy wonderful architecture and top of the range fittings. The owner's living concept offers impressive comfort, light, transparency, not to mention high quality, exclusive materials. There are many highlights in this property. Alongside features such as the fireplace and the pool, the future occupier can enjoy a Bose music system and a BUS system.