Architecture with substance

A period property that epitomises Charlottenburg’s atmosphere: Leibnizstrasse No. 58 is a typical example of the architecture of Berlin’s “Gründerzeit” period.

The house was built around 1900 by the architect Arthur Johnke and consists of a six-storey front-facing building, a side wing and a courtyard. The subtly detailed façade with bay windows and loggias emphasises the period character of the property, exuding a quiet elegance and charm typical of the architecture of that time.

The carefully crafted windows of the stairwell are testament to genuine craftsmanship. The opulent entrance area with coffered ceilings, elegant granite flooring and lift with metal-worked embellishments conveys a sense of style and lasting quality.