|Price per m²:||€ 9,353|
|Rental per month:||1.460,00 €|
The building was constructed in 1920 and divided into separate apartments in 2012. A large scale renovation took place in 2015 seeing the addition of new facade, balconies and double glazed windows. The 28 apartments in the building are heated by central heating. The entrance hall is stunning with the breathtaking refurbished stucco and chandelier. The courtyard is clean and well kept with elevators built in the backyard. The keller space is well kept, clean and dry.
When entering the apartment you are greeted by a large entrance hall where the living spaces, kitchen and bathrooms are accessible. The open plan living space allows you to feel free while transitioning throughout the separate spaces. The kitchen comes fully equipped and has a tiled floor with a separate island to keep you amongst the family while cooking. The dining area is positioned next to the kitchen giving the feel that this area really is the hub of the home, this area leads on to a balcony with views to the quiet innerhof. The current division of the apartment gives space for 1 bedroom, a living room and another room that can be used as a sleeping or working office. Throughout the apartment you will find real wood parquet flooring and herringbone parquet in the living room. The bedroom is open and light with windows and a juliet balcony facing the courtyard. Each room comes with high ceilings many with a beautiful decorated stucco. The first bathroom comes with a heated towel radiator, bathtub. The second bathroom is with a walk in shower and space for a washing machine.
The apartment is currently rented but the contract is ending in July 2023.
The apartment is located in the central Berlin district of Kreuzberg near to Maybachufer and Paul-Linke-Ufer, Landwehrkanal and a lot more. This entire area is famous of is nightlife scene with lots of entertainment venues, bars, restaurants that offers food from all over the world, cafes, theatres, galleries and art scene. In recent years, Kreuzberg has become a fashionable area but has not lost its bohemian charm. Kreuzberg's multi-cultural life is a particular feature of the city's most populous district, once a melting pot of different nationalities, groups on the fringes of society, and the alternative scene when Berlin was a divided city. You could enjoy the colorful markets, from groceries, fruits and vegetables to fabrics, art and second hand goods – during the week and also through the weekend with food from all over the world and live artistic shows. Excellent connection to public transportation with lots of different options. Schönleinstraße U8 or Kottbusser Tor U8 / U3 / U1 or Görlitzer Bahnhof U3 / U1 and buses.