Akazienstraße 15
10823 Berlin

Even before renovation, the classicist baroque façade represents the filigree architecture of the late 19th century. The graceful building from 1889 changes its face floor by floor and boasts lavish stucco and design elements. Horizontal symmetry and vertical diversity combine here to create an overall architectural work of art. The listed building is in a prime location in the coffee district of Berlin-Schöneberg and also delivers on the inside what it promises so promisingly from the outside. Thanks to the renovation measures that have already been initiated, all the old building facades will soon shine in new splendour again.

A worthy splendour that does justice to the square and the sublime surroundings at St. Paul the Apostle Church. In the portal of Akazienstraße 15, you are greeted by magnificent coffered stucco and a stone mosaic carpet, which leads you to the elegant flats in an elegant and colourful way. In the course of the modernisation, extensive modernisation measures will take place in addition to substance-preserving and beautifying measures in order to bring the property technically and functionally up to the state of the art.

The flats are sold in their current condition. This gives you the opportunity to design your flat according to your individual taste without being limited by fixed materials, features, shapes and colours. The flats are in various states of completion and renovation.

Key data

  • Front house, side wing and garden house
  • 23 flats, 2 commercial
  • Year of construction 1889
  • Renovation of common property: 2014
  • Sale of the flats