Built in 1901 in the “brick-gothic” style of a small castle by architect Carl Teichen (1858-1903), the "Sixtus Villa", as it came to be known, served as a representative entrance portal to the Schultheiss brewery. The national heritage listed mansion is located on the southern slope of Victoria Park and was renovated in 1999 as part of the Victoria Quarter Project. It has a large, shared private park full of old-growth trees and directly adjoins to the extensive Victoria Park.

Above: recent guests took this film of the park and the outside of the building which is really worth seeing. The filmer was Jenk, whose great work you can see here 

South side of the mansion in Kreuzberg, Berlin
South side of the mansion in Kreuzberg, Berlin
South-east side of the Villa
South-east side of the Villa
Sixtus Villa 1910 Mansion in Kreuzberg
Sixtus Villa 1910
Sixtus Villa 2013
Sixtus Villa 2013
Entrance Portal Sixtus Villa
Entrance Portal
Sixtus Villa Mansion Berlin
Main Doorway
Castle Berlin 2013
South-side roof
Sixtus Villa main tower castle berlin kreuzberg
Sixtus Villa main tower
Sixtus Villa castle berlin mansion kreuzberg
East side windows
Sixtus Villa castle berlin mansion kreuzberg
Secondary tower top
Sixtus Villa castle berlin mansion kreuzberg
A picture from 1907

Realise your dreams and live on an exquisitely funished floor of this unique historic building in Berlin’s subculture epicentre, Kreuzberg.

• a 2.000 m2 private park

• next to a stunning public park

• shops, cafés and restaurants close by

• centrally located

• on a quiet leafy street