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The Torstrasse Condominium is a Pinnacle of Luxury in Germany’s First City

The opulent 137-square-meter Torstrasse Condominium in Berlin is engulfed in an array of cultural venues, culinary diversity and edifices

Apr 20, 2020 | By Julia Roxan

Situated in the heart of Germany’s first city, Berlin-Mitte has been home to the classy Belle Époque building since its construction in 1900. A mere stone’s throw away from the “Oranienburger Strasse” rapid transit station, the area is revered for its array of cultural venues, culinary diversity and edifices, such as, museums, theatres, academies, churches and cathedrals, and federal institutions. With over 1440 enticing heritage sites to explore, Mitte is composed of a large number of vibrant and charming neighborhoods, each with its own distinct character.

The Torstrasse Condominium is a Pinnacle of Luxury in Germany’s First City

With easy access to the east-west River Spree, Museum Island, parklands of Monbijoupark, beach bars along the riverbank, exclusive boutique stores and galleries, as well as, a wide variety of cafes and restaurants, the 137-square-meter Torstrasse Condominium is filled with natural light and uninterrupted views of the spirited city through a multitude of expansive windows and the property’s two rooftop terraces.

Featuring a palatial living area that opens up into a full kitchen, the Torstrasse Condominium is lined with parquet flooring and plaster ceilings, utilizing natural gas light and a central heating system, making it the ideal accommodation for every season.


 
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