Loft Style Studio Close to Kollwitzplatz

€ 283,000

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Property Specification

Ref: BB215
Price per m²: € 7,997
Size: 35.39 m²
Floor: 4
Rooms: 1
Bathrooms: 1
Type: Apartment
Status: Vacant
Year Built: 2014

Apartment in Prenzlauer Berg

Description

PA36 has Loft-Flair, without all the noise of the city. The residential development PA36 has been created following a first class renovation of the turn of the century factory building. Its top location in the center of Prenzlauer Berg makes the decision an easy one. 73 exclusive apartments constructed in 2014. Floor-to-ceiling French windows allow light and air to flood into the rooms, giving the apartments a distinctive character with their extraordinary loft-style architecture. Balconies and terraces open up the space and create a connection to the green outdoor courtyards. A special highlight is the large community rooftop terrace with its incredible panorama view over the rooftops of Berlin. The historic factory spaces lend the apartments an individual charm. In total, an extraordinary project in an un comparable location.

Equipment description

Spacious 4th Floor 1 Room Furnished Loft Style apartment delivered to a high specification, The apartment is delivered fully furnished including including functional kitchen. The apartment can be for self-use or take advantage of the booming short term Corporate rental in the very heart of Berlin where the demand is high from young City professionals.

- Fully Fitted Kitchen
- Kitchen flooring: Tiling with slate appearance
- Oak parquet with under floor heating
- Double Glazed Insulated Windows
- Floor to Ceiling Windows with Juliet Balcony
- Granite window sills
- Villeroy & Boch porcelain bathroom fixtures with Vigour Faucets
- Elevator
- Video Intercom

About

Prenzlauer Berg is a dynamic, lively, and ever-growing Berlin district with much future potential. A diverse mix of original Berliners and newcomers make up the many facets of this district, providing a diverse as well as international climate. Parks and oasis-like squares are laced through the historic blocks and streets, inviting relaxation year-round. In order to counter the stress of everyday life, the neighborhood offers numerous cafes for leisurely brunches and lunchtimes, and in the evenings, restaurants are ready with ever-better culinary delicacies. The area is populated with many-well known bars and clubs, including the nearby Kulturbrauerei, lending to the highly social atmosphere. Everyday needs are well taken care of through the many markets, gourmet shops, and bakeries. Fresh fruit and vegetables, as well as fish and meats, can be found at the famous weekly market on the Kollwitzplatz.