A wide selection is available for sale, ranging from the approx. 60 sqm 2-room flat to the spacious 5-room flat and the penthouse with a magnificent view of the park grounds, the treetops and the water.
From location to fittings: an overview of the main features of the Mitt residential buildings.
Thanks to the wide range of 2- to 5-room flats and penthouses, Mitt offers the ideal living space for families, single people and couples of all ages. The allocated storage rooms in the cellar are easy to reach via the lift.
The Waterworks complex is based on a balanced development concept with gardens and fruit trees, and the historical water tower in a park on the banks of the Wakenitz river. Mitt lies at the heart of this park, surrounding a central square and a play area amidst nature yet still in close proximity to the city.
The houses feature stylishly equipped bathrooms, shower rooms and toilets. The heated towel rails, sanitary porcelain and high-quality taps boast brand quality. Video intercom systems with electric door opener and colour monitor make life safer and more convenient.
Floor-to-ceiling windows and open- plan living areas with a clear ceiling height of 2.70 metres guarantee bright rooms. They open out onto sunny balconies and inviting terraces with views of lush nature and the water.
Residents have the option of purchasing parking in the cluster’s underground car park, complete with charging station for electric vehicles if requested. A lift offers easy access to the flats from the underground car park.
The flats are equipped with underfloor heating. Oak flooring has been laid throughout all of the living spaces, whilst the bathrooms and toilets feature modern porcelain stoneware. With the exception of the northern-facing windows, all the windows are equipped with vertical awnings or shutters.
The residential buildings with the region’s typical clinker brick facades are extremely environmentally friendly. They conform with the KfW Efficiency House standard in accordance with the German Energy Saving Ordinance (EnEV) 2016. The heating is powered by a sustainable combined heat and power plant.