Stylish living at the Guardian: Cosy 2-room-apartment with balcony near Fischerinsel & Gendarmenmarkt (rented/available for occupancy from October 2022) The metropolitan architecture of the Guardian - with three newly constructed buildings (47 units) and two green courtyards blends harmoniously into the neighbourhood and the adjacent listed buildings. The terracing of the upper floors opens the building up to the sky and creates an unusual lightness and expanse in the midst of urban density. Upon entering from Krausenstraße (shown here), you can easily reach the 3rd floor by lift, where the 2-room apartment with approx. 44 m² is located. Immediately behind the entrance door, the open living area opens up with an fitted kitchen including electrical appliances, which also leads to the balcony. To the left of the living/dining room you enter the bedroom, which has enough space for a bed and wardrobe. Right next to it is the tastefully designed bathroom with walk in shower, WC, washbasin and heated towel rail. The floor-to-ceiling windows are a highlight make the apartment very bright indeed. The living room and bedroom as well as the hallway are equipped with parquet flooring, impact sound/heat insulation and underfloor heating. The cellar compartment belonging to the apartment provides sufficient storage space for extra items.
- New construction from 2016 - Rented (available for occupancy from approx. October 2022) - 3rd floor - 2 rooms - Approx. 44 m² - Balcony - Fitted kitchen with electrical appliances - Bathroom with sanitary equipment from brand manufacturers - Lift - Underfloor heating - Parquet flooring - Floor to ceiling windows - Video intercom system - Cellar compartment - Underground parking space (optional) Current rental conditions Rented since: 2017 Basic rent: 799€/month BK/HK: 150€/month Warm rent: 949€/month
Hardly any other district in Berlin has as many historical, political and cultural sights to offer as this district in between Checkpoint Charlie, Gendarmenmarkt and Fischerinsel. During the Second World War, most of the neighbourhood was bombed - what remained was a large open space on which numerous high-quality new building complexes have been constructed since 2010. Close to the Nikolaiviertel and Luisenstadt, you can live right in the middle of it all, yet in peace and quiet. Whether it's the government district, Museum Island or numerous small boutiques and hotspots of the start-up scene - this is Berlin-Mitte, the perfect combination of metropolis and kiez-living. Various shopping facilities for daily needs, schools as well as medical facilities can be found within walking distance. Green spaces such as the Waldeckpark or the famous Tiergarten offer you numerous opportunities to relax or do sports. The transport connections are also excellent. The underground station Spittelmarkt (U2) and various bus stations are only a few minutes walk away and you can reach Alexanderplatz or Potsdamer Platz, for example, after only 2 stops.