Veithaus Tegeler See
Live directly on the water in Berlin? We make it possible!
We welcome you to the project Veitstr. 13A, living directly on the water.
Tetragon Projekt Management GmbH is the sole contracted service provider of the developer and is responsible for the planning, marketing and sales of the project.
The residential project comprises 14 units including 2 penthouses, between approx. 40 sqm-ca. 140 sqm, with 2-4 rooms. In the basement there are 14 underground parking spaces and a total of 14 basement compartments. Spread over 4 floors and equipped with 2 spacious penthouses, the project is ideally designed for living.
All residential units have high-quality floor-to-ceiling windows with operable sun protection, which are triple-glazed and fitted with wood-aluminum frames.
Impact sound insulation and underfloor heating are designed into the floor in all rooms, including the kitchen.
High quality natural oak parquet from Hinterseer, surrounds the floor structure.
The bathrooms receive noble bathroom ceramics from Villeroy & Boch and are tiled with high-quality tiles from “Floor Gres”, on the floor and on the wall.
Each residential unit will be equipped with a video intercom system and fitted with an overhead door closer at the respective entrance doors. The terraces of the penthouses provide a wonderful panoramic view of the district of Tegel.
All apartments are each equipped with a balcony or terrace, in contrast, the respective 3 room apartment receives a north and a south balcony. On the first floor, the apartments each have a terrace facing the street as well as the courtyard.
All residential units are accessible by a staircase and an elevator in the stairwell and are completely barrier-free and threshold-free.
In the garden, a small playground with bicycle storage facilities is provided. Also the garbage place is separated in the yard. Each residential unit receives, in addition to the apartment, its own cellar.
- Clear ceiling height approx. 2.70m in the living rooms
- High quality real wood parquet floors from Hinterseer
- Impact sound insulation
- Underfloor heating in all rooms
- Threshold-free and barrier-free
- Noble bath ceramics from Villeroy & Boch
- High-quality bathroom fittings from Hans Grohe or Villeroy & Boch
- Fine tiles and porcelain stoneware from the Italian market leader “Floor Gres
- Level showers with glass partition wall
- Towel radiator
- Bathroom with tub shower and/or guest bathroom
- High quality wood-aluminium windows with triple glazing
- Window and french doors with electrically operated external sunshades
- Integrated upper door closer with burglar resistance
- Intercom system with video function
- Balconies and terraces with weather resistant flooring
- Elevator from the basement to the attic
- Central heating system
- 14 underground parking spaces
The district of Tegel, located in the southwest of Reinickendorf, is known for Lake Tegel, which is a popular destination for excursions. At the northern end is the Humboldt Palace, which is privately owned by the descendants, who also partly inhabit it. In the adjoining park stands the “Dicke Marie”, probably the oldest tree in Berlin.
Northwest of Alt-Tegel, where little reminds of the village past, is the lifeline “Berliner Straße” with stores for daily needs and the Borsigwerke. These are now an adventure shopping center “Hallen am Borsigturm” with cinemas, stores, etc. amid old Berlin brick architecture. The entrance gate in castle-like style is a listed building and a landmark of the district.
By the end of 2020, a new pedestrian zone with numerous stores, offices, cafés and restaurants will be created in Gorkistraße, which will be one of the first revitalizations of a complete shopping street in Germany and will be integrated into the Tegel market hall, which has a 100-year history.
The pedestrian zone Gorkistraße and the Tegel-Center invite you to shop, while the surrounding side streets are quiet and lined with trees.
The Greenwichpromenade with ship moorings invites you to stroll. Worth seeing is the former red toll bridge, the “Sechserbrücke” and the Humboldt Library. Tegel harbor and the Tegeler Forst recreational area are also in the immediate vicinity.