Steglitz – As one of the most idyllic residential areas it is part of the district Berlin Steglitz-Zehlendorf in the Southwest of the German capital Berlin. The quarter is bordered in the North by Tempelhof-Schöneberg and Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf. In the South, Steglitz is edged by the highlands landscape Teltow. But its superb location is just one of various reasons, why Steglitz is ranking among the most popular residential hot-spots in the German capital. The urban building substance, the district’s excellent infrastructure and numerous green areas substantially contribute to the high-quality lifestyle. So when you dream to combine close-to-nature living with big city flair, Steglitz is exactly the right place to choose. The Bäke and Teltower Kanal run through this green quarter, on their route toward Spree, Havel and Wannsee, boosting the region’s recovery value. The Botanischer Garten, well-known across Europe, and the Stadtpark Steglitz are just two of many different green resting places on this site.

Rathaus Steglitz and the shopping boulevard Schloßstraße represent the most important traditional trade and commerce center of Berlin’s South. With more than 200,000 square meters shopping space Schloßstraße follows Kurfürstendamm as the second-largest shopping street in Berlin. The wide range of available goods from convenience stores over the place is completed by a great number of other shopping opportunities, fabulously serving everyone's taste. Doctors, pharmacies, service providers of all kind set up their businesses in proximity to the impressive silhouette of the Rathaus Steglitz. Small restaurants and cosy cafés round off the vibrant overall picture, offering relaxation and culinary pleasures for a well-balanced everyday life. Opposite the shopping mall Das Schloss, at Herrmann-Ehlers-Platz, a weekly market with fresh food and flowers from the region regularly invites you to stroll.

The popular Schloßparktheater presents impressive lectures, concerts and various other kinds of art. In addition to the rich sports and cultural offer for all ages, parents and their kids profit from the good reputation of the schools and day-care centers in Steglitz, whereas academics and students appreciate short distances to the Freie Universität and the Benjamin Franklin Campus of Charité Berlin.

From the station Rathaus Steglitz (S+U) access to all means of public transport offers an excellent connection to the city center. In just a few minutes you reach Kurfürstendamm, Zoologischer Garten or Potsdamer Platz from there. With its direct highway access, Steglitz also effectively connects the individual transport to Berlin's city center and the surrounding countryside.
With this potpourri of highly attractive location factors, Steglitz as a home provides the amenities of a relaxed urban life in the green belt of a vivid metropolis.
So close and yet far from the hustle of the metropolis, amidst green parks, you can find a particularly scenic piece of Steglitz - the Klingsorstraße.

The side street connects the Albrechtstraße with the Hindenburgdamm. It is named after "Klingsor", a figure from the world famous opera "Parsifal", the last music-dramatic work by Richard Wagner.

Picturesquely, the impressive architecture of the street lines up along the generous green lungs of the Bäkepark and the Stadtpark Steglitz. The neighborhood of Klingsorstraße is further characterized by numerous monuments, detached single-family houses and typical late Nineteenth-Century buildings.

The Stadtpark Steglitz pours on a very special charm. With its old trees, open and spacious green areas and a small pond, the park invites you for relaxing walks and small bike tours. The combination of impressive architecture and green relaxation oases not only promises a high-quality of living, but also makes the area around Klingsorstraße a very special residential area in the middle of Berlin.

In addition to exciting playgrounds, countless sports and leisure facilities, for example a tennis court, numerous children's day-care-centers and prestigious schools can be found around the Klingsorstraße. Parents value the immediate proximity of one of Berlin’s most popular global educational facilities, the Kant-Oberschule. The campus houses an international children's day-care center and offers a universal education program up to the general university entrance qualification. Near Klingsorplatz, on the Campus Benjamin Franklin, the ENT clinic of the Charité Berlin has settled. The hospital is an important part of the Berlin Charité in the Southwest of the capital and offers professional medical care. Academics and students benefit from the highly-regarded research area of the clinic.

Apart from all those factors providing this micro-location with a high quality-of-life level, the Klingsorstraße residential area benefits from the direct connection to the Berlin-Steglitz shopping center. Whether by bike or on foot along Birkbuschstraße – in a few minutes you reach the district’s vibrant and multi-faceted center, Rathaus Steglitz, with its lively retail. From there, a direct bus line guarantees a short travel time to Berlin’s inner city. The direct highway access via Birkbuschstraße enables the individual traffic to easily reach both Berlin’s city center and the surrounding areas.