|Price per m²:||€ 5,385|
Constructed in 1930 the building features some of the great altbau features that slowly faded post this time. With large windows and wide doorways, the buildings style can be immediately recognised. The building has a bright coloured façade and its street name and number is proudly noted above the doorway.
The apartment is well lit with spacious rooms and high ceilings stretching upwards to 3.4 meters. The flooring used in the living spaces is a light-coloured laminate. The furnishing seen in the pictures is to be sold with the apartment including the kitchen with its oven which features a gas stove. The bathroom is in a relatively new condition with tiles coming to head height. The sink has mixer taps and on the wall to the left you will find a larger towel radiator. The walls are all painted in neutral colours giving a light feel throughout.
Kreuzberg is one of the highest hills in Berlin, it rises 66 meters above the city. At the very top, the monument to the master builder and architect Karl Friedrich Schinkel has crowned Kreuzberg for around 200 years. The monument bears an iron cross on the top - this is still the namesake of the mountain and the district. Viktoriapark nestles against the hill under the monument. It is one of the most popular and largest public parks in Berlin from the 19th century. On a green strip between Alexandrinenstrasse and Lobeckstrasse. Two dissimilar siblings in the center of Berlin. Culture, night life, work, government. Magical places, world-famous buildings, hidden secrets - everything is here. The Mehringdamm underground station connects the city via the U6 and U7. The U6 runs north-south via Stadtmitte and Friedrichstrasse, the U7 runs through Wilmersdorf and Charlottenburg. The M19 line runs 24 hours a day.