|Price per m²:||€ 3,946|
|Rental per month:||380,00 €|
The building was built in 1885 and consists of 44 separate apartments. The front of the building looks out over the Spree. The house has two separate courtyards, each with its own bicycle parking. Along the courtyards there are green spaces and trees. In autumn the horse chestnut is a clear highlight. The common areas are well maintained. The division of the building took place in 2011.
The apartment is located on the 3rd floor at the back of the second courtyard. The apartment consists of 3 main areas, the living/bedroom, the bathroom and the kitchen. The kitchen has a window facing the garden that provide lots of light and a beautiful view. The living/bedroom is very large and bright. The bathroom is very spacious and is equipped with a bathtub. A washing machine also finds its place here.
Friedrichshain is fast becoming one of Berlin's hippest areas and is home to numerous design and media companies, including MTV Central Europe and Universal's Studio Europe. Friedrichshain is known for its many bars, clubs, pubs and cafés, which are concentrated in and around Simon-Dach-Strasse and Boxhagener Platz. As Friedrichshain's popularity increases, the improvements in the area reflect the confidence in this district and pave the way for a considerable increase in value. Living at the intersection of the three corners Friedrichshain, Neukölln and Kreuzberg. Where the Molekülmann, one of Berlin's most famous monuments, stands. In the middle of the Spree, the building symbolises unity. With direct access to three of Berlin's most popular districts, one could not imagine a better place to live. The building itself is located on the Friedrichshain side of the river. Stralauer Allee takes its name from the town of Stralau, founded in 1986.