Schraudolphstraße is a small, quiet residential street between Barer Straße and Arcisstraße, not far from Munich's museum district with the new Egyptian collection and the Ludwig-Maximilian University.
Seven exceptionally elegant, modern apartments and one townhouse built on four floors around a spacious courtyard of a residential quadrant. The floor plans are generously proportioned and open on at least two sides of the building.
The intelligently arranged terraces and loggias create an open and airy, extremely bright living environment. The floor to ceiling windows and door elements in top-quality wood accentuate the lightness of the architecture.
Year of construction/first occupancy
– 8 apartments
– 1 commercial unit
– 16 garage spaces
1,100 sqm of living space
– 100 sqm commercial space