Bream Immobilien stands for a team of two experienced, competent real estate agents who will be happy to act as a professional service for you in Berlin-Westend!
We stand for personal estate agent service for prospective buyers and sellers and are very familiar with the area. Whether you are still undecided and first want to take advantage of our free consultation or property valuation, or whether you already know exactly what you want, we are here for you.
Our focus is on the sale of residential properties: single-family houses, villas, condominiums, building plots and apartment buildings.
Our key area of expertise is in the districts of Spandau and Charlottenburg
Berlin-Westend is exactly in our main area of business, it is a part of the district of Charlottenburg and borders on the district of Spandau. Our head office is in Spandau, we have two offices, one in the local district of Kladow and one in Siemensstadt.
We have a track record of successful real estate transactions and current properties for sale in the area of Berlin-Westend, which is why we also have a large, current client base of search requests for this area, some of whom are even clients with commissionable search mandates who are ready to buy and are desperately waiting for the right offer to buy.
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Berlin-Westend is the westernmost, inner-city district of Berlin – the location between the Havel and City West makes Westend infinitely attractive
Theodor-Heuss-Platz and Reichsstraße offer a wide range of shops and urban infrastructure. The district is predominantly characterised by well-kept period buildings, apartment blocks or villas with large gardens, parks and plenty of nature.
The Grunewald and Teufelsberg as well as the waters of the Havel with its inviting water sports clubs on one side and the City West with the Kurfürstendamm and the dense offer of culture and consumption on the other side are both on the doorstep.
This is what makes living in Westend so attractive and popular. The demand for properties so close to City West and yet in the countryside remains high.
In addition, the U2 underground line connects Berlin-Westend directly with important inner-city districts: Charlottenburg, Schöneberg, Mitte, Prenzlauer Berg and Pankow and with the stations Berlin-Spandau, Berlin-Charlottenburg, Berlin-Alexanderplatz.
We know Berlin-Westend very well and are aware of the historical attractiveness of this green part of town, both for couples, singles and families as well as for nature lovers, culture enthusiasts and older people
Berlin-Westend is part of the district of Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf. Westend is considered one of the best residential areas in Berlin and is named after the London city area of “Westend”. During industrialisation, the prevailing westerly wind structured the major cities of Central Europe in that wealthy citizens settled predominantly in western districts, where the polluted air of the city’s factory chimneys rarely bothered them.
Neu-Westend is therefore characterised by beautiful villa buildings from the early 20th century, artists’ colonies and green oasis. With the expansion of the inner city, apartment buildings and urban development were added.
But many streets here are designated “avenues”, which says a lot about the abundance of green in Westend, so it is easy to forget the inner city location. In addition, the adjacent Grunewald forest in the south offers a lot of recreational space.
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Popular places and settlements in Berlin-Westend
The centre and also the shopping mile of Westend is Reichsstraße, which runs between Theodor-Heuss-Platz and Steubenplatz. Reichsstraße is lined with boutiques and good restaurants.
Heerstraße is the extension of Kaiserdamm and runs westwards out of the city through Westend. North of it is Pichelsberg with the Olympic Stadium and the popular open-air music venue Waldbühne. Sporting events are held there and in summer thousands of concert enthusiasts are attracted to open-air events.
The Eichkamp housing development, an insider’s tip a few years ago, is located very much in the city centre and therefore has now achieved inner city price equinimity. It’s close to the trade fair grounds and the AVUS (motorway to Potsdam), yet idyllically on the edge of the Grunewald forest. The charming terraced housing estate was built in the 1920s with significant involvement of the architects Max and Bruno Taut. The Heerstraße estate is also located south of Heerstraße and consists of terraced and semi-detached houses.
The Corbusierhaus (also known as the “Wohnmaschine” = living machine) is a striking Berlin high-rise built by the eponymous architect Le Corbusier for the 1957 International Building Exhibition. Together with other large blocks of social housing, it is located on a green area between Heerstraße and the Olympic Stadium. Today it is a listed building. The flats there offer a magnificent city panorama, especially on the upper floors, and are very popular.
In nearby Charlottenburg you will find many cultural institutions such as the Deutsche Oper (opera), the Renaissance Theatre and Charlottenburg Palace.