Close proximity to Griebnitzsee, in the southern part of the villa colony Neubabelsberg, this refuge is located on an approximately 3453 m² large, park-like grounds. The villa, built in 1903, was designed by architect Emanuel Heimann, of the image of the colony much impressed with his work. The striking façade with red clinker bricks and half-timbered building, the deep-drawn roofs, filigree chimneys and bay windows give an almost English-style country house character. The carriage house was once built as a carriage and horse stable fits perfectly into the overall picture. Art Nouveau typical, lovingly designed details are to be found also in the interior of the villa - decorations on the door frame and fillings, mildly ceiling stucco, historical ormolu. The dominant, open-plan staircase creates generosity, which continues in the rooms of the ground and first floors. The villa in one of the most desirable streets Babelsberg, was restored as a monument early 90s. The Villa presents itself in good condition and can be handed over the end of 2014 free.
Property Features Include: Historic Home
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