Laundry Building - Beelitz Heilstätten

In the heart of Brandenburg, surrounded by nature

Beelitz-Heilstätten is a part of Beelitz, located in the heart of Brandenburg, southwest of Berlin and Potsdam. The community is named after the former lung sanatorium that used to cover the area.

Beelitz-Heilstätten is characterised by numerous historic building ensembles from the turn of the century. They were unused for a long time, but recently they have been rediscovered as an attractive living space.

In the next few years, Beelitz-Heilstätten will grow enormously. The first flats, block of apartments, single-family homes, terraced and semi-detached houses have already been built,  and many more are planned. The existing infrastructure will be complemented by constructing a supermarket, a bakery, a medical centre, a home for the elderly, a kindergarten, and a primary school, among other facilities. This will make the community with its village charm increasingly attractive for young families as well as for older generations. Besides, there are numerous leisure facilities in the surrounding area, such as the treetop and barefoot paths, which can be explored.

You can reach the state capital Potsdam in 34 minutes from the Beelitz-Heilstätten train station. The train takes you to the centre of the metropolis Berlin in only 37 minutes. By car, you can also get to both cities quickly via the A9 highway. Potsdam is 24 km and Berlin 50 km away.

Beelitz-Heilstätten is surrounded by a picturesque landscape characterised by mixed forests, meadows, and the well-known asparagus fields. The town of Beelitz, with its historic town centre, various other infrastructure facilities, and secondary schools, is 5 km away.

Living in the historic “Wäschereigebäude”

The historic “Wäschereigebäude”, like the “Küche” and the “Pavillion”, is part of the new quarter “Refugium Beelitz”, which was built in recent years on the site of a former women’s sanatorium.

In 2018/2019, the former laundry was carefully restored in accordance with the monument protection rules, so that today the house offers space for 18 residential units. The 2 – 4 room flats are spread over four floors and have high-quality furnishings. Most of them also come with a terrace or balcony, as well as a private garden area.

Modern equipment from the inside

The outer facade and the staircase were renovated following the historic preservation guidelines. From the inside, the flats are modern and equipped with high-quality furnishings. They all have a fitted kitchen, including electrical appliances. The bathrooms, some of which have daylight, are covered with large tiles and mirrors. Furthermore, they are equipped with showers at floor level with glass partition walls and/or bathtubs. A high-quality mosaic parquet floor was laid in the rooms. With a ceiling height of 3 – 4 metres, the flats offer a spacious living ambience.