This listed villa from 1863 is one of four remaining “Swiss houses” commissioned by Prince Carl of Prussia that together form a UNESCO World Heritage ensemble. Nestled in an idyllic setting across from Babelsberg Park and the banks of the Havel River, the property occupies a generous plot of about 715 sqm. Built in the style of a Swiss chalet, the building features ornate woodwork and intricately carved facade ornamentation, lending the villa a truly unique character.
Sumptuously renovated in 2016 in consultation with the monumental protection office, the villa’s approx. 395 sqm of living space has never looked or felt more splendid. Soaring ceilings reaching up to three meters on the ground and first floors help to create a create a spacious, airy and light-filled interior ambiance. In addition to an open living and dining area with fireplace on the upper floor, the villa also boasts a primary bathroom with freestanding bathtub. The many highlights also include a wrap-around balcony with an panoramic views of the surrounding greenery.
In one of Potsdam’s most charming localities, in the idyllic district of Klein Glienicke, unbeatable quality of life, green spaces, historic buildings and extensive parks await. Klein Glienicke is located near the northeastern edge of Potsdam, close to the border with Berlin and near the famous Glienicke Castle. The address lies in a picturesque area, overlooking Park Babelsberg and the banks of the Havel River, offering residents a quiet residential location close to nature and within easy reach of the city centers of Potsdam and Berlin.