The “Lichtenrader roofs” are a total of 81 newly built and generously sized attic apartments with sunny terraces, daylight-exposed bathrooms, parquet floors and underfloor heating. Some bodied depth windows provide the best views in the green with old trees and a highly efficient air heat pump guarantees low energy costs.Lichtenrader Dächer
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+ West terrace
+ Large, open kitchen with window to the terrace
+ Living & dining area with terrace connection
+ Bath with window & towel rail heating
+ Branded furnishings in the bathrooms
+ Parquet floors of your choice
+ Underfloor heating
+ Mostly bodied depth windows
+ Laundry room
+ Own cellar room
+ Air heat pump
+ Energy efficient heating & hot water treatment
+ Fireplace installation possible
Location and surroundings
Lichtenrade is a district of the district Tempelhof-Schöneberg, with its rural imprinting guarantees a relaxed residential atmosphere, which is undisturbed by scenery. Here, in the green south of Berlin, nature-loving city-dwellers come at their expense, who prefer to hear birdwatchers as a street entertainer and still want to be in the middle of the city with only one catwalk. In the residential area around the Barnet, Geibel and Werfelstraße as well as the Simpsonweg, it is wonderfully green and nevertheless there are within walking distance a colorful offer of day-care centers, schools, shopping and gastronomy. The entire metropolis offer is reached by three S-Bahn stations for fast and also by car one is in the turn around in the city or at other destinations and back home.
Lichtenrade offers nature-minded people with the pleasure of the cultural diversity of Berlin the perfect residential alternative to hectic activity in the central districts of the capital.
There is hardly anything greener about it: wild and designed gardens, in between single and multi-family houses, idyllic paths under plane trees and many cobbled streets – this is how the residential location east of the S-Bahnhof Schichauweg can be described. Instead, Either – Or ‘dear, Both’ and also ‘: so it goes to many Berliners who do not want to renounce culture and urban attractions, but would like to live as naturally and healthy as possible.
No wonder the Kiez is becoming increasingly popular among young families. Historic and cultural as a malt house, the lights and Christmas market, the annual wine festival and – for athletic ones – the “Lichtenrad Mile” are very popular over the district.