PROPERTY: Egon Eiermann, one of the most important architects and designers of the post-war modernist period, designed this bungalow in the Bauhaus style in 1965; it is part of a complex of four houses.The appearance of the faÃ§ade is quite unpretentious and restrained, completely in line with the style of Egon Eiermann. Right from the entrance foyer of the house, the interior reveals itself to be a special gem featuring smooth transitions, floor-to-ceiling glass elements and rooms flooded with light. Openness and no-frills lucidity are the prime focus, thus conveying a very special life-style feeling. All of the rooms open onto the interior atrium, which is completely shielded from view from the outside. It is an oasis of tranquility with sunshine in abundance, a large measure of privacy and options for undisturbed retreat.The bungalow has a total living area of approx. 200 sq m with a well-thought-out floor plan all on one level. Plenty of glass, dark wooden flooring and clear-cut lines achieve a combination of transparency and comfortable ambiance. A tastefully finished living-dining room, a separate kitchen and a generously dimensioned office await you. The latter can even be partitioned, so it can be converted for use as two children's rooms. Thus, the house is also quite suitable for a family with children.The bedroom including an anteroom that serves as a dressing room is a special highlight. That hideaway offers a compelling combination of spaciousness, unusually high ceilings, abundant light from roof-lights and a lovely view of the atrium. In addition, the living area level also includes a guest room, a corridor with large built-in cabinets as well as three bathrooms and a two-piece bath for guests. The house has a partial basement including two storage rooms, a laundry room and a furnace room. The sauna with a spacious relaxation / exercise room, a shower and a separate two-piece bathroom are particularly worthy of mention.SPECIAL FEATURES: Architect-designed bungalow in the Bauhaus style, classified as a cultural monument, walls constructed of prefabricated concrete slabs, dark wooden flooring throughout living areas and bedrooms (original parquet), built-in wall units in the living room, built-in cabinets with plenty of storage space in the corridor, electrically operated blinds and rolling grille elements (original), Velux roof-lights in mint condition, beautiful atrium with plenty of sunshine and the utmost in privacy, alarm system with CCTV surveillance, additional usable floor space on basement level, sauna with relaxation room, carport with parking space for an additional vehicle in front of it.