Featured Properties for Sale


Berlin Lofts

  • Berlin, Lichtenberg
  • €379.900 - €1.599.900
  • 91.44 m² – 213.95 m²
  • Located in up and coming Lichtenberg district
  • High end deluxe finishes
  • Renovation of historic building
  • Modern loft architecture - High ceilings
  • Developed by Bewocon
  • Completion: End of 2020
  • Parking spaces available

Wilhelms West

  • Wilmersdorf, Berlin
  • €249,230 - €1,203,910
  • 40.00 m² – 160.00 m²
  • The property is located in the immediate vicinity of the manor Schoeler-Schlösschen and the Fennsee lake near the parklands of Volkspark Wilmersdorf, in the most popular district of Berlin.
  • On a plot of 1,843 square metres, 59 flats with footprints between 40 and 160 square metres will be developed
  • The underground car park beneath the complex will provide 27 parking spots and a number of bicycle parking spaces
  • The area between the buildings will be landscaped into a garden of about 220 square metres that will feature additional bicycle parking spaces and a variety of play options for children

City Park Luise Residences

  • Mitte, Berlin
  • €329,000 - €1,249,000
  • 46.70 m² -130.40 m²
  • The exact center of Berlin
  • ideal local public transport connections
    Sophisticated urban design and social concept, optimum lighting
  • Spacious, fully-landscaped green courtyard,children’s playground and urban gardening
  • Central concierge service within the building for daily services and maintenance

Who we are

Berlin Estates was specifically set up to provide consultancy, assistance and professional support to foreign companies or individuals, who would like to invest in real estate in Berlin, Germany.

Why invest in Berlin?

Berlin is a city with huge potential and offers the opportunity for an ideal investment to those who want to invest in properties abroad at very logical prices with good yields in a safe environment.

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