The town houses are reminiscent of life in London's exclusive Belgravia or Mayfair, Pomander Walk, the Historic District in New York or comparable exquisite and much sought after districts in Paris. They are also in keeping with the Harvestehude tradition of living in your own house within an urban context.
Sophienplatz (Sophien Square) in the heart of Sophienterrassen with its walkways, green spaces and a fountain is surrounded by 24 classical, white town houses in the typical Hanseatic style. Of these, 14 of them are divided into two duplex apartments, either a garden duplex or a penthouse duplex with a roof garden, with generous living spaces of between 210 and 240 m² (2,260 – 2,584 ft²).
All of the duplex apartments have already been sold. However on behalf of the owners a number of these apartments are for rent.
10 of the town houses are four-storey individual homes. Some of these have their own garden or a roof garden.
The apartments and houses offer generous living spaces over several floors with ceiling heights of approximately 3 m (almost 10 feet). They also have elegant features such as floor to ceiling windows, connections for fireplaces, atriums and galleries.
Each apartment includes sufficient parking spaces located below the town house. The individual floors of the house can be reached directly from the monitored underground car park via the elevator using a security key.