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Real Estate Steglitz-Zehlendorf

Great plans have always been made in Steglitz-Zehlendorf: flight pioneer Otto Lilienthal used the hills in the district for flight practice and even heaped up his own hill for this purpose in 1894. The “Fliegeberg” in the Lichterfelde quarter is now part of the Lilienthalpark; a monument on the top honours the memory of its creator. The district has always been a sought-after residential area when Lilienthal was still alive. The first villa colonies emerged in Zehlendorf and Lichterfelde-West at the end of the 19th and the beginning of the 20th century. The colony Zehlendorf-West, for instance, which was built starting in 1904 with the Mexikoplatz in its centre. The quarter is still considered an excellent residential area today. Those who want to buy or rent here must dig deep into their pockets.

There are good reasons for this popularity. Live is quiet and tranquil, particularly in Zehlendorf. Almost 50 percent of the quarter are woodland and water. The Havel river and its lake system with the Large and Small Wannsee, Schlachtensee, Nikolassee and Krumme Lanke provides for some top-rate residential locations. The infrastructure, which has grown over decades, provides the middle-class residents with everything they need for their lives. And even the city centre can be reached quickly within about thirty minutes by public transportation. Celebrities, newly wealthy and long-time residents appreciate this beautiful life. Residential space is scarce and very much in demand. Prices are high. Particularly exclusive addresses – such as in the noble Dahlem or in exposed Wannsee waterfront locations – require amounts that only a few privileged people can afford.

Life is a little less expensive and more urban, but still upper middle-class in Steglitz, Lankwitz and in the northern part of Lichterfelde. Houses are closer to each other here and apartment buildings and condominium complexes line the streets. Well-tended green spaces and parks provide easily accessible recreational areas. Shopping facilities, kindergartens schools and doctor’s offices are aplenty. This attracts young families of academics and students enrolled in the Freie Universität, which was founded in 1948.

But there are two attractions in the district that every Berliner knows and loves: the Grunewald and the Wannsee. “Pack your swimming trunks, get your little sister / and let’s get out to Wannsee / Yes, ride fast like the wind through the Grunewald / and soon we are at the Wannsee” sang child star Conny Froboess in 1951 already. And on hot summer days, many Berliners still follow this slogan today. See and be seen is the motto on Berlin’s most famous bathing lake. And the Grunewald, adjoining the Wannsee, is also a magnet for visitors with its extensive network of trails.

But two other tourist attractions in Dahlem and Zehlendorf are no less popular. Domäne Dahlem, the former manor in the historic village centre, is now an open-air museum providing information about agricultural topics and nutrition. The country estate is an acknowledged Bioland operation and at the same time Germany’s only farm with a subway station. Market festivals, during harvest or Christmas season, always draw a big crowd. The museum village Düppel in Zehlendorf also takes people back to times past. Visitors learn how people lived and worked in medieval times. There are also old breeds of pigs, sheep and oxen living there. They bear witness to a life far back in time, when the first attempts at flight hinted at the future of the introspective district as a part of the German capital.

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