A testimony to old architecture in a prime location on the banks of the Spree: Haus Lademann in Berlin-Mitte boasts with more than 140 eventful years. Built during the Wilhelminian period, the building was the headquarter of the ironmonger Lademann until the 1930s. For a long time it remained untouched - now it has been completed by the Christmann brothers. The penthouse and studio package offered here (first occupancy) are approx. 300 m² (3229 sq ft) and 35 m² (377 sq ft) in size respectively. The penthouse is located on the 3rd and 4th floor of the building and offers a spacious living and dining area, a sleek and minimalistic open-plan kitchen of Statuario marble, 2 bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms with exclusively manufactured fittings by BOFFI and an invisibly integrated mirror-TV in the master bath. The penthouse also features a custom-made, fully retractable skylight with integrated sunshade and a balcony and roof terrace that grant access to the uniquely situated location on the Spree banks. The studio, located on the 3rd floor and ideal for guests, has 1 bedroom/living room with high-quality built-in wardrobes and an open kitchenette, with an "invisible" washing machine. The monument-friendly wooden windows provide plenty of daylight. Both homes comprise of high-quality solid oak parquet that has been custom-made according to historical models and adds to the uniqueness of this restored monumental building. The central yet quiet location of Wallstraße in Berlin Mitte makes this a popular residential area. Today, Haus Lademann is located in a popular location in Berlin - directly on the banks of the Spree River and not far from the famous Berlin Cathedral, Hackescher Markt and Hausvogteiplatz. Countless boutiques, trendy restaurants, and essential stores are just a short walk away. Within a few minutes walk you can also reach "Unter den Linden" and the adjacent Friedrichstraße.