Well Maintained Vacant 1 Room Apartment close to the River Spree

€ 225,000

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Property Specification

Ref: BB676
Price per m²: € 6,767
Size: 33.25 m²
Floor: 1
Rooms: 1
Bathrooms: 1
Type: Studio
Status: Vacant
Year Built: 1908

Studio Apartment in Friedrichshain


Well maintained period property of 16 residential units consisting front house and side wing with five floors and dating from 1908. The apartment was fully renovated in 2014 and will be delivered for vacant use or you have the possibility to take advantage of the booming short term rental demand in this location.

Equipment description

The apartment is located on the first of four floors in the side-wing within the quiet innerhof of a very typical Berliner Altbau. The apartment has been renovated over the last years and is a very good condition. Original features with 3.4m high ceiling, stucco, original wood flooring and historic framed windows. The building is an example for the architecture of Berlin during the early 20th Century.
The apartment is complete with a fully fitted kitchen and all appliances. Modern tiled bathroom with walk in shower.
Apartment is ready for self use or can be offered with furnishing and turnkey ready for rental.
We are very proud to offer this wonderful studio directly from the owner.

There is also a cellar compartment giving extra storage space.


Friedrichshain is fast becoming one of Berlin’s most fashionable areas and is home to numerous design and media companies including MTV Central Europe and Universal studio’s Europe. It is known for its many bars, clubs, pubs, and cafes, concentrated in and around Simon-Dach-Strasse and Boxhagener Platz. Friedrichshain’s popularity is steadily rising. Improvements to the local area reflect confidence in this district and pave the way for large scale capital appreciation. With fast and frequent transport links, tree-lined avenues, popular schools, social life and amenities there is increasing demand for rental properties amongst Berlin’s growing young professional classes. The property is in a residential neighbourhood with the public transport network and all daily facilities within a short walking distance. Also the Spree is around the corner, which offers a lot of opportunities, especially in the summertime.