Green, dignified and quiet – this triad still characterises Lankwitz today.
And it is precisely this “mixture” that makes it so popular with young and old alike.
Lankwitz’s many public parks make it one of Berlin’s greenest districts. The ten-hectare Gemeindpark community park, for example, is a popular recreation area with aviaries and game enclosures. It is just as inviting for walks as the tree-lined paths along the Teltow Canal.
Kaiser-Wilhelm- Straße is the central shopping mile of both Lankwitz and the neighbouringtown of Lichterfelde, boasting numerous shops and the Thalia cinema. The Trinity Church also stands here.
Kranoldplatz, a square close to the Lichterfelde-Ost S-Bahn station, entices visitors with an attractive mix of traditional retail stores and large chains.
From Head to Toe
Whether it be, facade insulation or the installation of modern house technology, solar system or elevator extension – this old building will be fundamentally renovated from the basement to the roof.
From mid 2012, the ensemble of two pushed into one another building cubes will be completely renovated and carefully converted. A small office unit in the basement and eight apartments with of modern comfort are planned.
In order to preserve the character of the old/altbau building, both the historic house and apartment entrance doors and the staircase, with its sleek, turned stair railing, will all be carefully repaired.
Solid oak parquet flooring, original cassette doors and newly installed insulating glass windows with the typical old building glazing bar arrangement guarantee a feel-good atmosphere of the finest quality. The spacious daylight bathrooms, as well as the guest WC, will be equipped with high-quality brands.
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