Vacant Apartment Close to Kollwitzplatz

€ 285,000

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Property Specification

Ref: BB590
Price per m²: € 6,650
Size: 42.86 m²
Floor: 3
Rooms: 1
Bathrooms: 1
Type: Apartment
Status: Vacant
Year Built: 1918

Apartment in Prenzlauer Berg


The building was constructed in 1918 towards the end of the Wilheminist period. The period of Wilheminism extended from the 19th to the 20th century between 1890 and 1918, known for its architectural flair. Everywhere throughout the common areas you will find beautiful details and the courtyard itself offers plenty of space for bicycles and is lined with green areas. The façade stands out amongst the rest of the rest of the local group of building thanks to its stunning brickwork and unique detailing. Renovations of the building took place in 2019, this included repairing of all of the common areas and the installation of a new entry bell system. The building was divided in 2012.

Equipment description

We have a fully modernised vacant apartment situated in the side-wing on 3rd Floor in this beautiful renovated Wilhelminian style Altbau. This trendy neighbourhood has a very high rental demand and is one of the best areas with Strongest growths in Berlin. The original five-story building dates back to 1918 has been extensively renovated over the last few years, this available vacant Studio apartment includes a fully functional fitted kitchen, laminate wood flooring, modernised bathroom. The current owner has been renting the apartment fully furnished with the current contract due to expire so you have the benefit of continuing with renting fully furnished to Corporate tenants or have use of this beautiful apartment. Furnishings can be included and are negotiable.
Finance is available.


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.