|Price per m²:||€ 3,649|
|Rental per month:||327,28 €|
The building was constructed in the 1913 during the Wilheminism period. The Wilheminism period stretched between the 19th and 20th century between 1890 and 1918, known for its architectural flair a true highlight in Berlins building history. The exterior of the building is bright and aesthetically pleasing. With bay windows until the third floor the building makes quite the statement on the street. The courtyard is perfectly kept with trees, bike storage and wooden fence panels. The entrance hall is large, and the patterned tiled floor and stucco greet you upon entering. The building has been extensively renovated in the last years and was sub divided into single apartments in 2017.
The apartment is located on the 4th floor of a classic altbau to rear of the building through the courtyard. The stairwells to the apartments are bright and beautiful. The apartment has a total living space of 60.01 square metres. Each of the windows are facing to the inner courtyard allowing a flood of natural light to seep in. The living space is a generous 27 square metres with windows facing towards the east.
This property is located in the Berlin district Mitte, within the up and coming area of Wedding. The neighborhoods of Wedding and Gesundbrunnen were previously known as one district. Wedding is diverse in culture and is home to a creative art scene, where you will find many art galleries and centers. Leopoldplatz and Müllerstraße are the shopping streets of this district. The Goethe Park is close by making long walks in a nice setting just a short trip away. Shopping, sports and leisure facilities, restaurants, pubs, schools and public facilities are located close by. By car you can reach Alexanderplatz, Unter den Linden or Friedrichstrasse in no time at all meaning that most of the sightseeing in Berlin can be reached in no time at all. Excellent transport links only a short distance away, with the S and U Bahn Wedding and Reinickendorfer Strasse within walking distance. The S-Bahn lines 41 and 42 are known as the Ring-Bahn, circling the city and taking you from one side to the other in only 30 minuets. Or alternatively the S46 line will take you to the from the north of Berlin to the far west. Reinickendorfer Strasse (U6) will see you reach Mitte in just a few stops.